Webley Fosbery .38 ACP Revolver

The Webley Fosbery revolver is one of the most interesting handguns ever created. Favored by First World War airmen for whom being able to shoot accurately at an enemy with one hand whilst still piloting your bi-plane with the other was a daily necessity; and for whom not having hot spent cartridge cases ejecting into ...

Colt Trooper

When Colt ceased production of their double-action revolvers back in 1999 there was much wailing and gnashing of the teeth amongst the Colt aficionados. It remained possible to get a Colt Python made to special order up until 2005 when all production completely ceased. So in recent years if someone has wanted a Colt double-action ...

Elvis Presley’s Revolvers

Elvis Presley had good taste in revolvers. He was a "US male" before he became a rock and roll star and he grew up in a nation that, at that time, was strongly patriotic, and which held high moral standards. Elvis was also drafted into the army and served overseas so he was also subject ...

Freedom Arms 83 Revolver in .454 Casull

Freedom Arms began back in 1978 as a joint venture between Dick Casull, the co-inventor and developer of the .454 Casull revolver hunting cartridge along with Jack Fullmer, and Wayne Baker. The .454 Casull was created using a strengthened and lengthened .45 Colt cartridge case. The case being about a tenth of an inch longer ...