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Smith  Wesson Model 686 Plus Revolver in caliber .357 Magnum. This popular 7-shot stainless steel revolver provides the perfect canvas for patriotic artwork honoring the USA and John Wayne, an American legend and proud ambassador for our country. All artwork is featured in stunning 24-karat gold with blackened patina highlights.

Smith Wesson Model 686 Plus Revolver in caliber Magnum. This popular stainless steel revolver provides the perfect canvas for patriotic artwork honoring the USA

SIG Sauer King Tut engraved by Jürgen Göser.

You're not bulletproof., SIG Gods A trio specially commissioned SIG’s by.

Colt Python

The finest-crafted, best-finished American handgun ever made. Smoothest trigger you'll find in a double-action revolver. Mine is smooth as silk.

The Vampire Hunter’s Colt. This Colt .38 Special Detective revolver is fitted within a coffin-shaped ebony case that holds holy water, a mirror, a wooden stake, and essential silver bullets cast in the shape of miniature vampire heads. This silver plated revolver includes an elaborate Gothic engraving by Francolini, featuring bats on the cylinder, a cross at the muzzle, and a rampant colt on a coffin. NRA Museum.

The Vampire Hunter’s Colt – Our GOTD just so happens to be the ultimate sidearm…

Smith & Wesson Model 57 - June of 1964 marked the introduction of both the .41 Magnum cartridge and the Smith & Wesson Model 57 revolver.  It would be hard to find a nicer engraved example of the “N” frame M57 revolver than this example, fitted with elephant ivory grip panels.  The tasteful gold accents don’t hurt, either. At the NRA National Firearms Museumin Fairfax, VA

Smith & Wesson Model 57 - June of 1964 marked the introduction of both the Magnum cartridge and the Smith & Wesson Model 57 revolver

Colt Paterson Revolvers – Colt Paterson Revolvers – Today, Samuel Colt is a household name. In 1836, however, he was just a fledgling gun maker in Paterson, New Jersey. The Paterson was a five-shot revolver that looks odd to us today because it has no visible trigger or trigger guard. Folding up into the frame, the trigger only emerged when the hammer was cocked. Our GOTD is a “two-fer” – featuring one full-size .36 caliber version and one “baby” .28 caliber version of the Paterson revolver.

GUN OF THE DAY – Colt Paterson Revolvers Today, Samuel Colt is a household name. In however, he was just a fledgling gun maker in Paterson, New.

Moore Teat Fire Revolver: These.32 caliber pistols were designed by Daniel Moore and manufactured by Moore and his partner David Williamson. The Moore .32 Teat-fire, used a unique cartridge which circumvented the Rollin White patent owned by Smith and Wesson. These small revolvers proved very popular during the Civil War, with both soldiers and civilians, says pat 1864, Brooklyn N.Y.

Moore Teat Fire Revolver: caliber pistols were designed by Daniel Moore…

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Saddle Six-Shooter Colt (army sample, the so-called dragoon model). Place of creation: USA Date: Circa 1853 School: Hartford Material: steel, wood and white alloy Technique: carved, engraved, inlaid with gold and blued.

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