Military Factory

Wild West Guns

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 7/21/2015

Unsurprisingly, the American "Wild West" was tamed by nothing other than the gun.

There are a total of (17) Wild West Guns in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.

Colt Model 1860 New Army
Colt brought about their New Army Model revolver in 1860 and it quickly proved itself the definitive combat revolver of the t...
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Colt Single Action Army (Colt 45 / Peacemaker)
The Colt firearms firm certainly hit its stride in the 1800s, helped no doubt by the American Civil War and goings on along t...
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Colt Walker
Captain Samuel Hamilton Walker (1817-1847) served as a Texas Ranger and within the US military through the violent wars in th...
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Cooper Pocket Double Action
Many firearms manufacturers of the late 1800s were overshadowed by the likes of Colt and Remington but James Maslin Cooper ma...
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Deringer (Derringer Pocket Pistol)
The word "derringer" was a generic name for super-compact pistols of the 19th Century. The title stemmed from the surname of ...
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Gatling Gun Model 1861
Richard Gatling patented his ferocious weapon in the early 1860s and the type was subsequently used in the American Civil War...
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Manhattan Navy
Manhattan Firearms Company was established by a committee of businessmen in 1856 in preparation for the expiration of Colt re...
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Metropolitan Navy Model 1864
In 1864, Colt's East Armory erupted into flames which destroyed all but two of its buildings. The event could not have happen...
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Remington Model 1858 Army
Remington Arms gained considerable popularity during the American Civil War (1861-1865) with their line of rugged and reliabl...
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Remington Model 1875 New Army
The Remington Model 1875 New Army followed the form and function of the successful Model 1858 which saw widespread use and ac...
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Sharps Model 1867 (Carbine)
Christian Sharps initially spent time under the employ of other firearms manufacturers that included John Hall at the fabled ...
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Spencer Rifle / Carbine
Christopher Spencer (1833-1922) proved an inventor at heart and one of his most storied creations became the repeat-fire, lev...
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Webley Bull Dog
The British Webley Bull Dog pocket revolver was a small, powerful firearm that saw considerable commercial success in a varie...
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Winchester Model 1866
While the lever-action repeating Henry Rifle of 1860 proved revolutionary in its own right, it still held some limitations wi...
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Winchester Model 1873
The Model 1873 was one of the early legends of the burgeoning American firearms industry and a model product by the Wincheste...
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Winchester Model 1876
With the arrival of evermore powerful centerfire cartridges appearing on the firearms front, it was only natural for the Winc...
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Winchester Model 1892
Beginning in 1883, fabled American gunsmith John Moses Browning lent his talents - through a partnership - to the Winchester ...
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