Part 3 of Animal’s look at the history of lever gunsRead More
In the mid-1850s, the newfangled self-contained cartridge was just becoming the New Hotness in shooting. While there was a lot of experimentation with cartridge designs and action plans, a fellow Walter Hunt had some pretty good ideas. Read about those ideas here.Read More
Turns out Sam Colt wasn’t the only guy interested in building sixguns. There was this Remington fellow up in New York, a guy named LeMat in Louisiana, and these two guys from Massachusetts named Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson. In the sixgun world in the late 1850s, some cages were fixin’ to get rattled.Read More
Sam Colt made an impact with the Paterson revolvers, but that impact was short-lived. It was enough, though, to get a young Captain named Sam Walker interested. Captain Walker went north to see Sam Colt. “We need more revolvers for our new Republic of Texas,” Walker said. “Hold my beer,” replied Sam Colt, and the rest is history. Read that history here.Read More
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