Old Glory Miniatures has an extensive Warpaint line of figures, which includes Native American Indians (plains tribes and Apache), US Cavalry, lawmen and shootists, and a variety of conveyances: a conestoga wagon, stage coach, buckboard, and doctor’s buggy. Old Glory also sells Cowboy Wars figures by West Wind Productions.
Monday Knight Productions has a line of gunfighters, mounted figures, banditos, and Apache Indians. Note that the scale varies within the lines: the Magnificent Seven and Man with No Name figures seem to be classic 25mm while Belle Star and Annie Oakley tower over them at 28mm.
Mirliton has a pack of ten Far West Gunfighters, including the “Man with No Name,” which were apparently originally available years ago from Grenadier.
Knuckleduster Publications produces their own line of western civilian miniatures, including Beer Drinkers and Hell-Raisers, pool players, incapacitated gunfighters, and a “sharp dressed band” (you’ll understand when you see them). Forrest also sells Foundry gunfighters, all minis available painted or not (subject to availability, as they say in small print). […]
The Foundry features a line of their exquisite figures, including various western personalities, plains wars, and townsfolk. One might peruse the Victorian figures as well for further personalities.
Firing Line/Bicorne Miniatures has a line comprising four figures, with separate heads for customization.
EM-4 Miniatures has a small (but growing) line of prepainted Old West Heroes.
Dixon Miniatures has an impressive range of western figures, including a number of civilian figures.
Blue Moon Manufacturing has a line of all the usual suspects in their Slice of Americana – The Wild West line.
Artizan Designs has an extensive range of Wild West figures, including gunfighters (The Good, the Bad, and even the Ugly), Alamo personalities, 7th Cavalry, Apaches, &c., &c. You can get ‘em from Brigade Games in the US.