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Uberti Model 1873 Cattleman Handgun

Item # UF102663563

Key Features

  • Action - Revolver

  • Action Type - Single Action

  • Caliber - .45 LC

  • Barrel Length - 4-3/4"

  • Weight - 2.2 Lbs.

Our Price   $499.99

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  • Firearms shipping charge of $25.00 per item.
  • You must be at least 21 years old to purchase this item. State and local laws may vary.
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  • Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product Description
The Uberti 1873 Cattleman series replicates many popular variations of the Colt 1873 Single Action Army, arguably the best-selling pistol ever produced. In 1875, the bird's head grip was incorporated into a new full-sized Colt revolver and the new shooting iron immediately became popular with lawmen and gunslingers alike, including the infamous Billy the Kid. The New Model Cattleman features an improved cylinder-pin retainer that is spring-loaded for easier release and removal of the cylinder pin. This revolver has a case-hardened frame, a blade front sight with a rear groove, and wooden grips. Its grips, its metal, and its bore are all in very good condition.
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Specifications
Model 1873 Cattleman Ranch Hand
Type Handgun
Action Revolver
Action Type Single Action
Caliber .45 LC
Barrel Length 4-3/4"
Weight 2.2 Lbs.
Sights Blade Front/Grooved Rear
Finish Blued/Case Hardened
Grips Wood
Capacity 6
Grip Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Very Good
Bore Condition Very Good

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