The Colt Python is back. How do the new models stack up to the original snakes? Here's one herpetologist's take on the updated snake.
In the 1950s, Colt launched its line of snake guns. Over the decades they've grown in popularity. Now, Colt's re-making them.
The names “Colt” and “1911” go hand in hand, largely because it was John Moses Browning who invented them. And while Colt has gone on to design and produce all manner of firearms, the 1911 remains an enormous piece of the company’s history. The renowned gun maker produces a number of 1911s including their Colt […]
A rimfire King Cobra? Yes, please. The Colt King Cobra Target is chambered in 22 LR and designed to be useful for multiple applications.
Colt's Combat Elite 1911 is a single-action with a distinctive look. Get past the flashy finish, though, and there's a classic Colt.
The Colt Open Top was a rather short-lived design, but it was an important step along the way to the modern revolvers we so enjoy today.
The Colt Walker played a key role in firearms development. In the gun world, the Colt Walker is famous all on its own. Let's take a look.
It took quite awhile for handguns to evolve into revolvers. Let’s take a look at one step in revolver evolution: the Colt Army Model 1860.
For this Wheelgun Wednesday, we'll be taking a look at the iconic 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, from the early days to modern iterations.