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Often seen in the hands of cinematic cowboys, revolvers were the first multi-shot handguns, storing up to seven bullets in a revolving cylinder that mates with the gun barrel and firing mechanism (including the firing pin). In modern revolvers, a single pull of the trigger advances the cylinder to a fresh cartridge, pulls back the hammer, and releases the hammer to strike the primer with the firing pin, firing the handgun. Modern revolvers are considered semi-automatic weapons. Examples include the Smith & Wesson Model 686 and the Ruger GP100.

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