While there were gunfighters that carried two pistols, but the average cowpoke wouldn't have been able to afford two pistols since one was about three or more months pay. There were various kinds of guns that cowboys used. They fell into two categories: hand gun and rifle. The most common handguns were the Derringer and the Colt .45; as for rifles there was the Winchester. Most of the time guns were used for shooting animals for food or calming the cattle. Occasionally, a cowboy might have to use one against Indians or rustlers. The star of old westerns, and the gun most often hung in the gun belt of western pioneers was the Peace Maker from Colt. The official name was the "Colt Single Action Army .45" or the "SAA". The historical masterpiece of Colt first went on sale in 1873, and was just as valued in pioneering the west as the trustworthy Winchester M1873 rifle.
No. All airplanes can't carry weapons but some airplanes can carry weapons. If it is a military aircraft so yes they can carry weapons but if it is a friendly aircraft so no they cannot carry weapons.
they carry guns and other kinds of weapons
Yes, it was common for cowboys to carry knives. They were a very handy tool.
people carry weapons for protection
Yes, airplanes can carry weapons. That's quite true that some airplanes can really carry weapons.
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While riding on a cattle drive, cowboys would typically carry a bedroll, firearm and ammunition, a knife and a rope lasso.
No. Friendly airplanes are civilian aircraft, civilian aircraft do not carry weapons at all, they just carry passengers and items.
The space shuttle doesn't carry weapons.
No, drummer boys of the civil war did not carry weapons. All they did is drum.
In general, we live in a peaceful society in which it is not necessary for people to carry weapons, whether concealed or displayed. However, depending upon a person's specific circumstances, it is sometimes useful to carry weapons and sometimes useful to carry concealed weapons.