American West & Civil War

American West & Civil War Collection

It was a time of rebellion, outlaws and westward expansion. One thing that proved to be essen-tial during these times was to keep the new and improved firearms at the ready. With muzzle loading, black powder rifles becoming the thing of the past, cartridge ammunition, revolvers, lever-action rifles and scatter guns became the face of the wild west. Glorified by gun slingers like Wyatt Earp and Billy The Kid, these guns symbolized a time of bounty hunting, quick draw showdowns and American ingenuity.

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Featured Gun: Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Rifle for Sale!

The Springfield Model 1873 was the first standard-issue, breech-loading rifle adopted by the United States Army. The gun, in both full-length and carbine versions, was the primary rifle of the United States Army from 1873 to 1892. According to the National Museum of the United States Army, The 10th Cavalry, stationed in San Antonio at […]
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