The 1873 Single Action is a tremendous value for those interested in cowboy-action shooting or an inexpensive recreational revolver.
From just before the American Civil War to just after the turn of the century, America underwent a westward expansion unparalleled in history.
Just because you choose to pack 140-year-old technology doesn’t mean you are unarmed.
When Single Action Army revolver No.1 left the old plant on the river in Hartford, it had a barrel that ran some 7 1/2 inches from forcing cone to muzzle.
Belt Mountain Enterprises’ replacement locking pins prevent loosening of base pins in Ruger single-action revolvers due to heavy recoil.
Colt has brought back the New Frontier variant of the Single Action Army.
Use this sure-fire way to ensure you always lower the hammer on an empty chamber.
A great revolver in an awesome caliber.
Putting five beans in the wheel is easier than you think.