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Uberti 1873 New Model Cattleman Brass Handgun

Item # 702081
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Key Features

  • Case-Hardened Frame

  • Walnut Grips

  • Improved Cylinder Pin

  • Oblong Ejector Plunger Grip

  • Case-Hardened Frame & Brass Backstrap

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Our Price   $499.99

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Product Description
Uberti has re-created some of the special-order single action cattleman six-shooters that would have been right at home on the dangerous streets of Dodge City, Kansas. The Uberti 1873 Cattleman series replicates many popular variations of the Colt 1873 Single Action Army, arguably the best-selling pistol ever produced. The New Model Cattleman features an improved cylinder-pin retainer that's spring-loaded for easier release and removal of the cylinder pin. It also has a slightly higher fixed front sight and an oblong ejector-plunger grip. The Cattleman Brass comes with a 4-3/4" barrel, a case-hardened frame, and a walnut grip.

Model 1873 New Model Cattleman Brass
Type Handgun
Action Revolver
Action Type Single Action
Caliber .357 S&W Mag.
Barrel Length 4-3/4"
Weight 2.3 Lbs.
Sights Fixed
Finish Blued/Case-Hardened
Grips Walnut
Capacity 6
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