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A revolver is a type of firearm.
Revolver may also refer to:
Art, entertainment, and media
- Revolver (comics), a 1990s British comic
- Robin Snyder's Revolver, a 1980s Renegade Press comics anthology series by Robin Snyder, editor and long time Steve Ditko collaborator
- Salgood Sam's RevolveЯ Quarterly, a comic and website by Salgood Sam
- Revolver (1973 film), directed by Sergio Sollima
- Revolver (1992 film), directed by Gary Nelson, starring Robert Urich
- Revolver (2005 film), directed by Guy Ritchie
Groups and labels
- Revolver (UK band), a London-based guitar group
- Revolver (French band), a pop rock band from Paris
- Revolver Music, record label
- Revolver (Beatles album), a 1966 album by the Beatles
- Revolver (Lewis Black album), a 2002 comedy album
- Revolver (The Haunted album), a 2004 album by the Haunted
- Revolver (T-Pain album), a 2011 album by T-Pain
- "Revolver" (song), a song by Madonna featuring Lil Wayne
- "Revolver", a song by Rage Against the Machine from Evil Empire
- "Revolver", a song by The Donnas from Gold Medal
- "Revolver", a song by The Kursaal Flyers
- "Revolver", a song by Warehouse Republic with a video starring Rachel Hurd-Wood
- Revolver (magazine), a rock music publication
- Revolver (TV series), a 1978 UK music series presented by Peter Cook
- Revolver (2004 TV series), a UK comedy sketch show featuring John Inman
- Revolver Entertainment, a UK film distributor
- Revolver (Ferris wheel)
- Revolver was the nickname of the Nord 2.231 to 2.305 series of suburban tank locomotives (later SNCF 2-222.TA class)
- All pages beginning with "Revolver"
- All pages with titles containing Revolver
- All pages beginning with "Revolving"
- All pages with titles containing Revolving
- Revolution (disambiguation)
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