Perhaps the most famous of Colt firearms is the single-action Army revolver, popularly known as the "peacemaker" for its widespread use among soldiers, settlers, gunslingers and peace officers. Colt designed and introduced the single-action Army revolver in Hartford, Connecticut in 1873. It became the one iconic symbol of the American West. This 1911-manufactured revolver, with its elephant ivory grips, was owned by the creator of the Perry Mason trial lawyer fiction TV series. The Colt Single-Action Army Revolver can be seen at the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia.
Known as the "peacemaker" for its widespread use among soldiers, settlers, gunslingers and peace officers.
April 22nd, 2011M14 Presentation Rifle
Army Chief of Staff General Leominster presented this rifle to the NRA in 1960.
Union veterans Col. William C. Church and Gen. George Wingate formed the NRA in 1871.
Fifty years of freedom's most remarkable leaders.
Spotlighting guns from the NRA National Firearms Museum.