Description

The Uberti Cattleman II with retractable firing pin is a breakthrough for those seeking enhanced safety with regard to original Old West revolvers without sacrificing the visual authenticity of a 1st-generation Colt.As any cowboy knows, the safest way to carry a single-action is with the hammer resting on an unloaded chamber. This is true even for the Uberti retractable firing pin design. But in the case of the Uberti design, the risk of accidental discharge is reduced: the firing pin is not locked into the firing position unless the trigger is pulled.
Features
Model:
Cattleman II with Retractable Firing Pin
Frame Finish
Case-Hardened
Materials:
C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G
Backstrap
Brass
Trigger Guard
Brass
Cylinder:
6-shot, fluted
Number of Grooves:
6
Twist:
Right
Weight:
2.3 lbs.
Grip:
1-pc walnut
MPN#: 356710

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I’ve seen both Pietta and Uberti SAA’s with broken transfer bars/firing pin safeties. I would pay for for simplicity and just load five like we’ve been doing for 140 years.

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Explain how you can advertise it here and give a price but you can't on your web site. Every Uberti I'd be interested in knowing about I have to separately click and request a price. Extremely annoying and I know that many other sites advertise pricing. I see this same thing with Beretta sometimes.

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This deal listing is not an advertisement from Kentucky Gun Co. It's a deal post from forum user "Jacob Grayson" who probably has no connection to the seller whatsoever. That is why he listed the sale price, but Kentucky Gun Co. is apparently unable to list the sale price openly due to an agreement with the manufacturer. So they ask that you request a quote to get it.

Happy to help if you need any of life's other little mysteries explained.

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Explain this "little mystery" then since I'm obviously not as knowledgeable. Putting aside that gun stores that I know of get guns from distributors/etc. and not direct from the mfg. how would this particular store/dealer be subjected to this mfg. rule when other stores aren't? In fact, after looking at 11 gun stores sites this is the only one that doesn't advertise price on this brand product. Seems a little unfair to require this store to do it and not the rest.

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The mfg or distributor will set a certain price that is what they deem correct, if you advertise it for less you may lose the ability to sell that item in the future since they can refuse to ship you any further stock or remove your status as an approved dealer of said merchandise.
It's extremely common in all areas of retail.
If you don't understand this process, perhaps a standard beginner business course is in order ?
Think of it this way, it's the unwritten non disclosure agreement of retail businesses world wide.

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