Western Pistols from Medieval Collectables

Medieval Collectables is proud to present our full line of western pistols. These pistols are the most popular to collect or use as costume props, stage props or in theaters. These old west pistols are truly authentic looking as the originals making them historically accurate. Western pistols have functional parts like the trigger and cylinder but that will not fire live ammunition. Medieval Collectables even has holsters that you can store your six shooter, by your side. Western pistols are great for kids and gun collectors.
Wooden Revolver Case With Gun and Bullets
Item #FD860
This excellent western revolver display is a great conversation piece. The pistol display comes with a wooden box, six replica bullets, and the western revolver. The wooden revolver case is made of wood and the revolver has functionl lock mechanism.
Price: $144.00
Colt .45 Army Revolver Nickel
Item #FD1186NQ
The Colt Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popular.
Price: $82.00
1873 Cavalry Model Revolver Nickel
Item #FD1191NQ
The Colt Single-Action Army Revolver was produced from 1872 to 1940. Used by legends like Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickock, and Pat Garrett, it was also the weapon of choice for settlers in the West during the late 19th century.
Price: $85.00
Colt .45 Army Revolver Pewter
Item #FD1186G
The Colt Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popular.
Price: $76.00
1873 Cavalry Model Revolver Pewter
Item #FD1191G
The Colt Single-Action Army Revolver was produced from 1872 to 1940. Used by legends like Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hickock, and Bat Masterson, it was also the weapon of choice for settlers in the West during the late 19th century.
Price: $80.00
Colt .45 Army Revolver Black
Item #FD1186N
The Colt Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in several forms and many calibers from 1872 to 1940. As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popular.
Price: $77.00
.45 Army Revolver Engraved Brass
Item #FD1280L
As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popular with this pistol. Although most were produced for the military, some Colt SAAs were engraved at the factory.
Price: $94.00
M1869 Revolver Nickel
Item #FD1008NQ
The 1869 First Model American Army revolver had a hinged frame that opened to reveal the end of the cylinder and an automatic ejection system for faster reloading of the newly developed metallic cartridges.
Price: $100.00
1862 Navy Pistol
Item #FD1259G
The 1862 Navy Pistol is made of antique finished zinc metal and polished European hardwoods. The screw heads are molded into the metal and cannot be removed. The 1862 Navy Pistol cannot be made to fire real ammunition.
Price: $53.00
.45 Army Revolver Engraved Brass
Item #FD1281L
As its introduction coincided with the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popular with this pistol. Although most were produced for the military, some Colt SAAs were engraved at the factory.
Price: $89.00
M1869 Revolver Brass
Item #FD1008L
The 1869 First Model American Army revolver had a hinged frame that opened to reveal the end of the cylinder and an automatic ejection system for faster reloading of the newly developed metallic cartridges.
Price: $92.00
Deringer Double Barrelled
Item #FD1262L
Over 150,000 of these Double Deringers were made in the period 1866 - 1935, and it is possibly the best known Deringer-style pistol. Its exceptional popularity is illustrated by the fact that it remained on the market for 69 years.
Price: $38.00
Lonestar 45 Revolver
Item #FD1038
The Single-Action Army Revolver was produced in many forms and calibers from 1872 to 1940, with production totaling about 350,000 pieces. In the settlement of the Wild West, the names Peacemaker and Frontier Six-Shooter were popular.
Price: $78.00
1849 Pocket Pistol Nickel
Item #FD1259NQ
More Model 1849 Pocket Pistols were produced than any other cap-and-ball firearm. Over its 23-year production life (1850 - 1873) about 340,000 pieces were made in total. Some 200 variations were produced during this time.
Price: $54.00
1873 45 Caliber Revolver
Item #FD1109N
The Colt Single Action Army has been offered in over 30 different calibers and various barrel lengths. Its appearance has remained consistent since 1873. Colt has discontinued its production twice, but brought it back due to demand.
Price: $77.00
1873 45 Caliber Revolver
Item #FD1107G
These non-firing old western style replica six-shooters are great. They feature authentic designs and realistic features such as the ability to cock the gun, spin the chamber and pull the trigger, just like the original guns.
Price: $76.00
1873 45 Caliber Cavalry Revolver
Item #FD1109L
The Colt Single Action Army has been offered in over 30 different calibers and various barrel lengths. Its appearance has remained consistent since 1873. Colt has discontinued its production twice, but brought it back due to demand.
Price: $77.00
1873 45 Caliber Revolver
Item #FD1107NQ
These non-firing old western style replica six-shooters are great. They feature authentic designs and realistic features such as the ability to cock the gun, spin the chamber and pull the trigger, just like the original guns.
Price: $85.00
45 Caliber Revolver USA, 1873
Item #FD1106NQ
These non-firing old western style replica six-shooters are great. They feature authentic designs and realistic features such as the ability to cock the gun, spin the chamber and pull the trigger, just like the original guns.
Price: $83.00
1873 45 Caliber Revolver
Item #FD1108G
The Colt Single Action Army has been offered in over 30 different calibers and various barrel lengths. Its appearance has remained consistent since 1873. Colt has discontinued its production twice, but brought it back due to demand.
Price: $72.00
45 Caliber Revolver USA, 1873
Item #FD1106G
These non-firing old western style replica six-shooters are great. They feature authentic designs and realistic features such as the ability to cock the gun, spin the chamber and pull the trigger, just like the original guns.
Price: $78.00
45 Caliber Revolver USA, 1873
Item #FD1106N
These non-firing old western style replica six-shooters are great. They feature authentic designs and realistic features such as the ability to cock the gun, spin the chamber and pull the trigger, just like the original guns.
Price: $80.00
1873 45 Caliber Revolver
Item #FD1108L
The Colt Single Action Army has been offered in over 30 different calibers and various barrel lengths. Its appearance has remained consistent since 1873. Colt has discontinued its production twice, but brought it back due to demand.
Price: $80.00
Doc Holliday's Gambler Boxed Set
Item #AC-27-123
John Henry Holliday, or Doc Holliday, was one of the great gamblers and gunfighters of the American Old West, and his reputation as both a gambler and a skilled gunman are remembered in this Doc Holiday Gamblers Boxed Set.
Price: $110.00
The Gun That Killed Jesse James Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-323
One would expect that, given his life as an outlaw, Jesse James would have died in a gunfight. The Gun That Killed Jesse James Wood Display Plaque tells the story of how this famous gunslinger and outlaw met his end.
Price: $135.00
Colt 1873 Cavalry Revolver Set
Item #FD11191NQ
In 1873, a revolver was released for use by military and civilian alike, one that would inevitably become an icon for an era. That revolver was the Colt Single Action Army, and it is recreated in this Colt 1873 Cavalry Revolver Set.
Price: $95.00
The Gun That Killed Jesse James Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-323D
One would expect that, given his life as an outlaw, Jesse James would have died in a gunfight. The Gun That Killed Jesse James Dark Wood Display Plaque tells the story of how this famous gunslinger and outlaw met his end.
Price: $135.00
M1873 Fast Draw Single Action Revolver
Item #AC-22-1501
Introduced in 1873, no revolver has known greater fame than the M1873 Colt Single Action Army. This M1873 Fast Draw Single Action Revolver recreates its design in detail, creating a replica pistol that feels like a six-gun in your hands.
Price: $116.00
Gunfight at the OK Corral Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-307D
The shootout at the O.K. Corral is one of the most well-known gunfights in the history of the American Old West. And with this Gunfight at the OK Corral Dark Wood Display Plaque, you can experience this famous shootout.
Price: $113.00
Jesse James Framed Pistol Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-340D
According to Western lore, this .45 single action revolver is just the type that outlaw Jesse James would have favored, making this Jesse James Framed Pistol Dark Wood Display Plaque a great display for outlaw enthusiasts.
Price: $113.00
1873 Antiqued Colt Army Revolver
Item #AC-47-1065P
The Single Action Army is one of the best known western revolvers. This 1873 Antiqued Colt Army Revolver recreates one of the first generations of this gun, possessing details to make this replica look like a real western revolver.
Price: $108.00
1873 Antiqued SAA Cavalry Pistol
Item #AC-47-1064P
Made by Colt, the Single Action Army is one of the most iconic revolvers of the wild west. With its long barrel, the 1873 Antiqued SAA Cavalry Pistol was designed for mounted use, although its reliability made it a favorite among gunmen.
Price: $122.00
1873 Black SAA Cavalry Pistol
Item #AC-47-1064
Made by Colt, the Single Action Army is one of the most iconic revolvers of the wild west. With its long barrel, the 1873 Black SAA Cavalry Pistol was designed for mounted use, although its reliability appealed to gunman of all sorts.
Price: $122.00
Wild Bill Hickok Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-335D
James Butler Hickok might have been one of the most famous folk heroes of the American Old West. Tales of his exploits are entrenched in western myth and legend and are celebrated by the Wild Bill Hickok Dark Wood Display Plaque.
Price: $130.00
Wyatt Earp Revolver Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-380D
Many lawmen tried to tame the Wild West, but few are as well-known as Wyatt Earp. The Wyatt Earp Revolver Dark Wood Display Plaque mounts a replica of the pistol that Earp would have favored when he served in Dodge City.
Price: $120.00
Jesse James Framed Pistol Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-340
According to Western lore, this .45 single action revolver is just the type that outlaw Jesse James would have favored, making this Jesse James Framed Pistol Wood Display Plaque a great display for outlaw enthusiasts.
Price: $113.00
Billy the Kid Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-390
The .45 single action revolver was a popular model, so much that lawmen and outlaws alike used it. Even Billy the Kid used one, and that is why this Billy the Kid Wood Display Plaque shows one of the Wild Wests favorite firearms.
Price: $110.00
Sheriffs of the Wild West Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-360
A lawman lived or died by their pistol. Depicted on this Sheriffs of the Wild West Wood Display Plaque is a pistol for the lawman, with a shape that suits all gunslingers and a truly impressive level of ornate decoration.
Price: $142.00
Wyatt Earp Pistol Boxed Set
Item #AC-27-207
Wyatt Earp is perhaps one of the most famous figures from the Old American West. He was many things, including lawman and an entrepreneur. His memory is celebrated in the form of this impressive Wyatt Earp Pistol Boxed Set.
Price: $157.00
Wyatt Earp Revolver Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-380
Many lawmen attempted to tame the Wild West, but few are as well-known as Wyatt Earp. The Wyatt Earp Revolver Wood Display Plaque mounts a replica of the pistol that Earp would have favored when he served in Dodge City.
Price: $120.00
General George A. Custer Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-302D
It has been said that General Custer of the Seventh Cavalry carried a pistol like the one on this plaque, which makes the General George A. Custer Dark Wood Display Plaque a great reminder of the well-known commander.
Price: $130.00
1873 Nickel Colt Army Revolver
Item #AC-47-1065N
The Single Action Army is one of the best known revolvers. This 1873 Nickel Colt Army Revolver recreates one of the first generations of this gun, possessing details to make this replica look like a real western pistol.
Price: $136.00
Wild Bill Hickok Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-335
James Butler Hickok might have been one of the most famous folk heroes of the American Old West. Tales of his exploits are entrenched in western myth and legend and are celebrated by the Wild Bill Hickok Wood Display Plaque.
Price: $130.00
Billy the Kid Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-390D
The .45 single action revolver was a popular model, so much that lawmen and outlaws alike used it. Even Billy the Kid used one, and that is why this Billy the Kid Dark Wood Display Plaque shows one of the Wild Wests favorite firearms.
Price: $110.00
Gunfight at the OK Corral Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-307
The shootout at the O.K. Corral is one of the most well-known gunfights in the history of the American Old West. And with this Gunfight at the OK Corral Wood Display Plaque, you can experience this famous shootout.
Price: $113.00
The Wild Bunch Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-313
In the Old West, crime was a profession that many took up, although few met with such success as The Wild Bunch. That success entrenches them in classic western history, celebrated with The Wild Bunch Wood Display Plaque.
Price: $113.00
Engraved M1873 Single Action Revolver
Item #AC-22-1504
Introduced in 1873, no revolver has known greater fame than the M1873 Colt Single Action Army. This Engraved M1873 Single Action Revolver recreates its design in detail, creating a replica that feels like a six-gun.
Price: $96.26
Billy the Kid Wanted Poster and Pistol Framed Set
Item #AC-27-303
Usually, an outlaw is wanted alive, but when they get too dangerous, dead works just as well. This Billy the Kid Wanted Poster and Pistol Framed Set features an old replica wanted poster for Billy the Kid.
Price: $140.00
Nickel 1873 .45 Colt Peacemaker Box Set
Item #FD11106G
In the days of the Wild West you lived and died by the six-gun at your side. None were more reliable than this one. The Nickel 1873 .45 Colt Peacemaker Box Set contains a revolver and six bullets, paying homage to this iconic pistol.
Price: $86.00
1873 Black Colt Army Revolver
Item #AC-47-1065
The Single Action Army is one of the best known western revolvers. This 1873 Black Colt Army Revolver recreates one of the first generations of this gun, possessing details to make this replica look like a real pistol.
Price: $108.00
Billy the Kid Pistol Boxed Set
Item #AC-27-1007A
To some, Billy the Kid is a notorious outlaw, and to others, he is viewed as a sort of western folk hero. Whichever way you view him, you can rest assured that this Billy the Kid Pistol Boxed Set is a great collectible.
Price: $144.00
Texas Ranger Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-310D
Less formal than most military organizations, most Texas Rangers in the old West equipped themselves. The Texas Ranger Dark Wood Display Plaque shows off a favored pistol that any Texas Ranger would have gladly carried.
Price: $140.00
1873 Nickel SAA Cavalry Pistol
Item #AC-47-1064N
Made by Colt, the Single Action Army is one of the most iconic revolvers of the wild west. With its long barrel, the 1873 Nickel SAA Cavalry Pistol was designed for mounted use, although its reliability made it a favorite among gunmen.
Price: $130.00
The Wild Bunch Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-313D
In the Old West, crime was a profession that many took up, although few met with such success as The Wild Bunch. That success entrenches them in classic western history, celebrated with The Wild Bunch Dark Wood Display Plaque.
Price: $113.00
Black 1873 .45 Colt Peacemaker Box Set
Item #FD11186N
In the days of the Wild West you lived and died by the six-gun at your side. None were more reliable than this one. The Black 1873 .45 Colt Peacemaker Box Set contains a revolver and six bullets, paying homage to this pistol.
Price: $89.00
Pat Garrett Framed Pistol Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-311D
According to reports, the replica pistol featured on the Pat Garrett Framed Pistol Dark Wood Display Plaque is modeled on the gun that Garrett used when he hunted down and killed the outlaw William Billy the Kid McCarty.
Price: $135.00
Pat Garrett Framed Pistol Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-311
According to reports, the replica pistol featured on the Pat Garrett Framed Pistol Wood Display Plaque is modeled on the gun that Garrett used when he hunted down and killed the outlaw William Billy the Kid McCarty.
Price: $135.00
General George A. Custer Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-302
It has been said that General Custer of the Seventh Cavalry carried a pistol like the one on this plaque, which makes the General George A. Custer Wood Display Plaque a great reminder of the well-known commander.
Price: $130.00
Texas Ranger Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-310
Less formal than most military organizations, most Texas Rangers in the old West equipped themselves. The Texas Ranger Wood Display Plaque shows off a favored pistol that any Texas Ranger would have gladly carried.
Price: $140.00
Sheriffs of the Wild West Dark Wood Display Plaque
Item #AC-27-360D
A lawman lived or died by their pistol. Depicted on this Sheriffs of the Wild West Dark Wood Display Plaque is a pistol for the lawman, with a shape that suits all gunslingers and a truly impressive level of ornate decoration.
Price: $142.00