The Uberti 1873 Cattleman series replicates many popular variations of the Colt 1873 Single Action Army, arguably the best-selling handgun 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 was manufactured in 1993 to celebrate Charlton Heston's role in the classic Western, Will Penny, and is number 59 of only 500 produced. The firearm has extensive gold detailing and an embedded gold medallion and includes a VHS copy of the film, a pair of commemorative gloves, a wooden display case, and the certificate of authenticy among other factory paperwork. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in excellent condition.