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23 hours ago
In spite of his young age, William “Billy the Kid” Bonney was one of the most notorious gunfighters in the Wild West, his life ending in 1881 at the receiving end of Sheriff Pat Garrett’s .44. Uberti USA recreates the lines of one of the revolvers he used, making it possible for modern shooters to relive the thrill of those long-gone New Mexico days. Bonney has a blue steel, case-hardened finish with an imitation buffalo-horn grip. Specifications: Caliber: .357 Mag Barrel Length: 5.5" Overall Length: 11" Finish: Blued, Case-Hardened Steel Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of Grooves: 6
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1 week ago
Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1851 Navy London Steel .36 Black Powder Revolver. Salute to the Old West legend! This is it... THE revolver of the West, as carried by Wild Bill Hickok, "Doc" Holliday, Robert E. Lee and gold prospectors, frontiersmen, bandits and lawmen of all stripes!
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1 month ago
In 1871, an employee from Colt by the name of Charles Richards was awarded a patent for converting Colt percussion models to breech loading cartridge revolvers. The Richards cartridge conversion was an instant success. On July 2nd, 1872, William Mason, another employee from Colt, was awarded a patent for an improvement to the Richards model. As percussion parts ran short, the 1860 Richards-Mason barrel was changed from the profile of the earlier percussion model, to the sleek profile found on the 1871-72 Open Top.
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1 month ago
Uberti’s Short Stroke SASS was modeled after the legendary Colt Single Army revolver. This handgun has been extensively modified with the goal of saving time in a competition. The short stroke hammer features 20% less travel when compared to a standard Single Action Army, and is extra wide for enhanced cocking manipulation. The hammer is also lower to accommodate an uninterrupted sight picture, and a custom mainspring delivers a smooth trigger pull.
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1 month ago
In 1873, Colt’s single-action Army (SAA) revolver became the Army’s standard sidearm. Cavalry troopers were armed with the new revolvers. Lawmen and outlaws alike were quick to adopt the handy new 6-shooter which earned the nickname “Peacemaker.”The single-action Army was most widely produced with a color case-hardened frame and blued barrel. Meanwhile, a nickel-plated version was issued to Indian scouts. And a bright charcoal blue finish was available from the factory. But with years of use, the old 6-guns took on a well-handled soft gray patina.
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2 months ago
In 1873, Colt’s single-action Army (SAA) revolver became the Army’s standard sidearm. Cavalry troopers were armed with the new revolvers. Lawmen and outlaws alike were quick to adopt the handy new 6-shooter which earned the nickname “Peacemaker.” MPN#: 343991
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4 months ago
Item ConditionNew Caliber:.45 Colt Action:Single Action Caliber or Gauge:.45 Colt Pistol Night Sights:No Pistol Optics Ready:No Product TypeHandguns UPC 037084999357 MPN 345143
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9 months ago
The Uberti Top Break is true to the original, designed by Major George Schofield at the Smith & Wesson factory in 1869. The Schofield revolver was created as a cavalry pistol. Its efficient, break-open design could be operated one-handed. That made it easy to eject all six spent cartridges and reload the single action revolver while on horseback. 
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10 months ago
BudsGunShop.comManufacturer: UbertiManufacturer part number: 203B
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16 months ago
BudsGunShop.comManufacturer: UbertiManufacturer part number: 700ABudsGunShop.comManufacturer: UbertiManufacturer part number: 700A
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40 months ago
Uberti 1873 Cattleman .22: These 1873 Cattleman .22 models are ideal for cowboy action practice and target shooting. The ammo is inexpensive and the round has low recoil. Color case-hardened frames Fixed sights 1-piece, oil-finished walnut grips Specifications: MFG Item Number: 356083 Caliber: .22 Long Rifle Barrel Length: 4.75” Total Length: 10.25” Weight: 2.1 lbs. Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Grip: 1-piece walnut Finish: Blued steel
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50 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1860 Army Steel Frame Fluted Cylinder .44 Black Powder Revolver. Own a piece of Civil War history! This .44 caliber revolver was born of technological advances in metallurgy and, to some degree, in response to a demand for hard hitting, powerful firearms that could somehow be more sleek and lightweight than the old Dragoons. The Colt 1860 Army calls to mind power, balance and beauty. Considered a trophy on the battlefields of the Civil War, this gun saw much use on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line.
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50 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1851 Navy London Steel .36 Black Powder Revolver. Salute to the Old West legend! This is it... THE revolver of the West, as carried by Wild Bill Hickok, "Doc" Holliday, Robert E. Lee and gold prospectors, frontiersmen, bandits and lawmen of all stripes!
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57 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction 1847 Colt® Walker .44 Cal. Black Powder Revolver. A fine tribute to the revolver that made Samuel Colt a household name! Designed in collaboration with Capt. Samuel Walker of the Texas Rangers, Samuel Colt's 1847 Walker Revolver became one of the most feared weapons of the West. Its 60 grain charge was more than double that of any other revolver, granting the 1847 Walker enough stopping power to bring down a horse.
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57 months ago
Uberti® Reproduction Remington® 1858 New Army Stainless Steel .44 Black Powder Revolver is a gorgeous tribute to the legendary six-shooter! With accuracy and power that rivaled its Colt® counterparts... and, more importantly, a quick-release cylinder that made it quicker and easier to reload... the Remington 1858 New Model Army Revolver became an instant hit.
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