Hillbilly is a term referring to people who dwell in remote, rural, mountainous areas. In particular the term refers to residents of Appalachia and later the Ozarks in the United States. Usage of the term "Hillbilly" generally differs from other terms referring to rural people in the United States in that it can be used for mountain dwelling people anywhere but is generally not used to refer to rural people in non-mountainous areas.
Rare Hawken Plains Rifle (muzzle loaded .54 caliber) - Hand made, one at a time with approximately 200 ever built between 1823-1870. Had a reputation for both long range and accuracy. Used by the explorers, frontiersmen, mountain men and scouts.
This undated photo provided by Olson Communications shows a Colt .45 revolver believed to have been carried by Wyatt Earp during the O.K. Corral shootout. Sold at auction for $225,000 this weekend 4/19/14.