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Samuel Colt
1874
Samuel Colt
1850
Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company
ca. 1868
Samuel Colt
ca. 1840–43
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1891–92
Samuel Colt
1847
Samuel Colt
1863
Smith & Wesson
1892–93
Elisha Haydon Collier
ca. 1820
Smith & Wesson
1888–89
Samuel Colt
1861
Samuel Colt
ca. 1838–40
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
Samuel Colt
1852
Griswold and Gunnison
1864
Samuel Colt
ca. 1838
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853–54
American
1848
Belgian, Liege
ca. 1860–70
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
Samuel Colt
1862
German
ca. 1860
Spanish
ca. 1620–40
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1893
Samuel Colt
1853
Samuel Colt
ca. 1856
Tula Arms Factory
ca. 1790
Smith & Wesson
1881–1902
American
ca. 1851
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
Smith & Wesson
1882–83
Smith & Wesson
1892–93
Smith & Wesson
1869
Samuel Colt
ca. 1853
Samuel Colt
ca. 1840
Ethan Allen
1842–47
Samuel Colt
1853; converted for cartidges, ca. 1868–71
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1888