He was even said to have tossed coins in the air and shot them with the colt .45 and the .357 Magnum he was said always to carry.
The legislature found time to designate an official “state firearm,” the colt Single Action Army Revolver.
Political ads demonizing some politicians and praising others play on as an older man sips his colt 45.
He gives Carl back his gun and holsters his own famous colt Python back around his waist.
And his voice sounds so young and explosive and perfect like that one colt in a million that runs 100 miles an hour for fun.
My father put his colt into his pocket, and went to unlock the door.
His father had given him a colt back there where they slept between sheets.
He swept up to them, his hair stirred by the breeze and his right hand resting on the butt of his colt.
The other boys envied him his colt, and he meant to show it at the fair.
Hoofbeats were coming towards the house and Hopalong peered out into the darkness to see who it was, his colt ready.
Old English colt "colt," originally "young ass," in Biblical translations also used for "young camel," perhaps from Proto-Germanic *kultaz (cf. Swedish dialectal kult "young boar, piglet; boy," Danish kuld "offspring, brood") and akin to child. Applied to persons from early 13c.
COLT'S TOOTH An old fellow who marries, or keeps a young girl, is ſaid to have a colt's tooth in his head. ["Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue," 1796]
type of revolver, 1838, originally the manufacture of U.S. gunsmith Samuel Colt (1814-1862).