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Guns of the Wild West (1783-1920)

Rather unsurprisingly, the taming of the American 'Wild West' was handled by none other than the gun.

Guns of the Wild West (1783-1920)

Rather unsurprisingly, the taming of the American 'Wild West' was handled by none other than the gun.

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There are a total of 17 Guns of the Wild West (1783-1920) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.


This list showcases firearms that adhere to the 'myth' period of the Wild West - that is, those guns seen during the span romanticized by Hollywood films and other media. This span typically ranges from 1783 to 1920 and is also known as the 'Old West'. The actual recognized span of the true American Frontier period spans 1607 to 1912.





#1
1860
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Colt Model 1860 New Army
Colt Model 1860 New Army
Six-Shot Percussion Revolver
#2
1873
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Colt Single Action Army (Colt 45 / Peacemaker)
Colt Single Action Army (Colt 45 / Peacemaker)
Six-Shot Percussion Revolver
#3
1847
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Colt Walker
Colt Walker
Six-Shot Revolver Sidearm
#4
1860
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Cooper Pocket Double Action
Cooper Pocket Double Action
Five-Shot Percussion Revolver
#5
1825
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Deringer (Derringer Pocket Pistol)
Deringer (Derringer Pocket Pistol)
Concealed-Carry Pocket Pistol
ADVERTISEMENTS
#6
1861
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Gatling Model 1861
Gatling Model 1861
Battlefield Support Weapon
#7
1859
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Manhattan Navy
Manhattan Navy
Revolver
#8
1864
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Metropolitan Navy Model 1864
Metropolitan Navy Model 1864
Percussion Cap Revolver
#9
1861
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Remington Model 1858 Army
Remington Model 1858 Army
Six-Shot Percussion Revolver
#10
1875
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Remington Model 1875 New Army
Remington Model 1875 New Army
Six-Shot Single-Action Revolver
#11
1867
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Sharps Model 1867 (Carbine)
Sharps Model 1867 (Carbine)
Single-Shot, Breech-Loading Percussion Cap Carbine
#12
1860
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Spencer Rifle / Carbine
Spencer Rifle / Carbine
Lever-Action Repeating Firearm
#13
1872
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Webley Bull Dog
Webley Bull Dog
Five-Shot Pocket Revolver
#14
1866
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Winchester Model 1866
Winchester Model 1866
Lever-Action Repeating Rifle
#15
1873
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Winchester Model 1873
Winchester Model 1873
Lever-Action Repeating Rifle / Carbine
#16
1876
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Winchester Model 1876
Winchester Model 1876
Lever-Action Repeating Rifle
#17
1892
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Winchester Model 1892
Winchester Model 1892
Lever-Action Rifle