Came out in 1966.
Features songs like: Taxman, Eleanor Rigby, For No One, Tomorrow Never Knows, and Got To Get You Into My Life.
In other words: Some good music.
Rap Fan: You got a gun from The Beatles?
*I kick the shit out of the rap fan*
While semi-automatics are more popular due to the larger ammo capacity, revolvers still exist due to their firepower and reliability. Revolvers are also somewhat more popular as hunting weapons, where large, magnum rounds are highly appreciated, and as self-defence weapons, where the increased reliablity is an advantage.
It is also worth noting that very few revolvers can be effectively silenced, one exception being the Nagant M1895.
If your semi-automatic jams, you are screwed. If your revolver jams, rotate the cylinder and fire again.
The .500 S&W and the .454 Casull are good examples of very powerful cartridges used mostly with revolvers.
Basically, a usually small that has a wheel in its middle, which can be opened and bullets, up to six, can be inserted into.
It was used very commonly before the 20th century, before the pistol was invented.
If you want to see revolvers in action, watch western movies.
One of the big advantages of the revolver over the pistol, is that you can't play the popular game Russian Roulette with a pistol.
-Nice, but why didn't you buy a pistol intead? It is much more useful.
-Shut the f**k up! Revolvers rule!
Derived from the common practice of paying for an all you can eat buffet and lingering for several hours, getting plates of food in a revolving door fashion.