Outdoor Life Magazine (blog)
This embellished .41 caliber Colt Thunderer is a part of the Raymond Wielgus Collection at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. Gift of Raymond J. Wielgus. I have been told that I shatter a lot of stereotypes in the firearms world. But
Sometimes the beauty of a firearm lies in its history and other times, the beauty is much more superficial than that. And still, there are other times that a pretty little beaut fits both bills, such as this Colt Model 1877 “Thunderer.” Part of the
Shooting Times Magazine
It was made in three calibers: .32 Colt (dubbed the “Rainmaker”), .38 Colt (“Lightning”), and .41 Colt (the “Thunderer”). Very few .32 Colts were made, and they're quite scarce today. Colt offered a variety of barrel lengths, ranging from 2 to 6 inches
The Lightning was Colt's double action revolver manufactured from January 1877 until 1909. Offered in three calibers, resulting in three unofficial names: the Lightning, Thunderer and Rainmaker (don't laugh… they were unofficial) in .38 Colt, .41 Colt
For the amount of cash some silly people pay for a brake upgrade on their Fantusy Thunderer GTX you'll find Hyundai presenting you with a supremely sensible car capable of taking a family of four (five at a squeeze) anywhere they need to go, in some
Colt M1877 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Colt M1877 was a double-action revolver manufactured by Colt's Patent Fire Arms from January 1877 to 1909 for a total of 166,849 revolvers. The Model 1877 was ...
Colt Guns - Colt 1877 Lightning & Thunderer - Collectors ... Colt 1877 Lightning .38 Colt (C4697) $2,395.00. Colt 1877 Lightning .38 Colt caliber revolver. This is an excellent Lightning with 90% original blue finish remaining ...
.41 Long Colt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The .41 Long Colt cartridge was created in 1877 for Colt's double-action "Thunderer" revolver.  It was a lengthened version of the earlier centerfire .41 Short ...