Remington entered the cartridge revolver market in 1875 when it introduced a big-frame, Army-style revolver—a six-shooter—to compete with the Colt Peacemaker. The 1875 Remington single actions kept the solid frame and overall styling of Remington’s 1858 percussion models. Ordinary citizens and Old West lawmen alike recognized the sturdy quality of the new Remington revolvers. Uberti’s 1875 Army Outlaw, complete with reinforcing bottom blade or sail, embodies the overall styling of the original Remington 1875 models in the popular .45 Long Colt caliber. This revolver has a case-hardened finish, a blade front sight with a rear notch, and 2-piece walnut grips. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.