These are the majority of my collection from 29+ years. All except for the 1st, 2nd, & 4th revolvers from the top were kits. Of the long guns, the T/C New Englander in the middle was not a kit. All of these guns, rifles & pistols, shoot accurately and would rival any centerfire gun in lethality, the rifles up to 150yds, and the .36 and .45 cal. pistols from 25 - 50 yds., particularly the top most revolver which is the Ruger Old Army, while not a true replica, it is built on a BlackHawk frame, has adjustable target sights, and is the strongest BP revolver ever made. All the other revolvers are .36 cal. Colt replica's except for the 3rd, which is a Confederate Spiller & Burr brass frame, and the small spur triggered Pocket Remington on the bottom. which is a .32. The most expensive guns were the Ruger Old Army which cost me $125 in 1986 and the Colt 1861 Navy which my Dad bought me at a Florida gun shop for $120 in 1984. Today the Ruger will run as high as a new Blackhawk and the Colt 1861 will fetch over $300. The bottom rifle cost me $75 in kit form at Service Merchandise in 1988 and was my primary deer rifle for the 10 years that I lived in a "shotgun only" county. It will hit a beer can at 100 yds. with a 325 gr. conical bullet all day long. The top rifle is also a CVA Mountain Rifle kit in .58 cal. and throws a 585gr. conical bullet at over 1800fps..