Revolvers have a rich and storied history, evolving from early hand-cranked firearms to the finely crafted wheel guns we admire today. One of the most iconic revolvers was the Colt Single Action Army, affectionately known as the "Peacemaker." Introduced in 1873, it was a symbol of the American West. This legendary six-shooter played a vital role in the frontier's history, and its timeless design still captivates enthusiasts today. Another famous revolver is the Smith & Wesson Model 29, chambered in .44 Magnum, earned fame as the "most powerful handgun in the world" thanks to its iconic appearance in Dirty Harry films.

While the Colt Single Action Army and Smith & Wesson Model 29 remain iconic, revolvers have seen incredible diversity in design. Revolvers, with their elegant simplicity, continue to be celebrated for their reliability and ease of use. The revolving cylinder, typically holding six rounds, offers quick follow-up shots without the need for complex actions or manual cycling.

Pictured here is our heritage revolver; a single action (like the Colt "Peacemaker") .22lr revolver perfect for those new to revolvers or shooting in general.