After Clint Eastwood/Man with No Name (aka Blondie) 1851 Conversion Revolver, Cimarron adds “the Tuco” Colt 1851 Navy and “Angel Eyes” Remington 1858 New Army to its Hollywood guns replica series. The two revolvers are manufactured by Uberti and Pietta respectively.
Adopted by the US military just two years before the 1911 semi-automatic pistol changed the world of service sidearms forever, the Colt New Service revolver in .45 Long Colt remained standard issue until the end of the Second World War. Here are the very rare US Navy and USMC versions.
Armi Chiappa produces six different versions of the Spencer rifle, a repeating weapon adopted by the Unionist army in 1863. In its time, few other long guns could compete with the Spencer in terms of volume of fire and shooting/loading speed.
SHOT Show 2017 / New from Marlin Firearms: the model 1894. The elegant carbine chambered for pistol calibers has been launched in limited quantities. We have looked at the new 1894 Limited Edition model at SHOT Show 2017.