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It’s amazing that even as I write this, cowboy guns and the Cowboy Action Revolvers · Revolvers are repeating handgun that has at least one barrel and uses a revolving cylinder Old West are still as popular as ever. It’s even more exciting that so many companies still come up with new and innovative products that tip their cowboy hat at history while still appealing to a modern audience. Here are some of the best cowboy guns that have hit the marketplace over the past year.

performance on impact.”
The trigger wasn’t the stuff of legend, but we found that it breaks at about 3-pounds and, since it is a single-action trigger, is very short in the take-up. The Barkeep is a classic “four click” gun with the first being the old Colt safety notch, the second being the loading notch, the third a warmup, and the fourth being fully cocked. 

In the end, the Barkeep – which has an MSRP of about $180 – feels good and works well. The closest comparison we can think of in terms of price is Ruger’s new Wrangler series, which is just a few bucks more. However, the Wrangler is bigger – currently just offered with a longer 4.62-inch barrel and a more utilitarian Cerakote finish – and unlike the Barkeep does not have the option of converting to .22 WMR.

Production history
Designer William Mason and Charles Brinckerhoff Richards
Designed 1872
Manufacturer Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company
Produced 1873–1941
1956–1974
1976–present
No. built 457,000+[1]
Specifications
Mass 2.31 lbs (1.048 kg) (with 7+12″ barrel)
Length 10.25″ (260 mm, with 4+34″ barrel); 11″ (279 mm, with 5+12″ barrel); and 13″ (330 mm, with 7+12″ barrel)

Cartridge .45 Colt.44-40 WCF.38-40 WCF.32-20 WCF.38 Colt, and many others, including .22 LR.38 Special.45 ACP.357 Magnum, and .44 Special
Action Single-action revolver
Feed system 6-shot cylinder
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