Shooting this 1884 made Old West classic.
This feature appears in the January ‘17 issue of NRA America’s 1st Freedom , one of the official journals of the National Rifle Association.
Like many Western figures, Pat Garrett’s (right) story involves twists and turns, skirting both sides of the law. Though he was appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt as collector of customs in El Paso, Texas, and served...Source: www.americas1stfreedom.org
This was the philosophy behind Cimarron's introduction of the Thunderer a few years ago, which paired a single-action Model P frame with an enhanced version of the Colt 1877 Thunderer's bird's head grip. And using a combination of pencil drawings, CNC
Colt has a long history with double-action revolvers starting with the Model 1877—AKA Lightning or Thunderer specimens. The company progressed from these relatively delicate models through the years, including the 1878, the Model 1889 Navy, the Army
The Colt Model 1877 “Thunderer” was a double action revolver produced between 1877 and 1909. Standard calibers were .38, which was called the “Lightning” and .41, which was called the “Thunderer.” The Model 1877 was the first production of a Colt
His gold-washed Colt Thunderer double-action revolver with silver grip panels was manufactured in 1902, just after he was appointed customs collector. However, after being involved in several ill-advised incidents, including passing off a notorious
Colt Thunderer .41 Caliber Revolver in Factory Box (C14172) $6,850.00. Colt Thunderer .41 Caliber Revolver in Factory Box. Label on end of box is for nickel 4½” barrel and rubber grips.
This is a Colt 1877 Thunderer Etched Panel 41 Colt D.A with matching serial number 31976 and was made in 1881. It retains 80% original nickel and has very good, tight and crisp mechanical function.
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 offered in three calibers, which lent them three unofficial names: the "Lightning", the "Thunderer", and the "Rainmaker".
1877 Colt Lightning Sear and Cylinder Stop Tension Spring (Original) Your Price: $30.00
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