Uberti Single Action Army Revolvers

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posted on January 16, 2013
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Uberti has introduced a new line of Single Action Army revolvers called the 1873 Horseman. The Horseman incorporates a modern transfer-bar safety system and a coil main spring for durability and reliability. It also features a wider trigger for a smoother trigger pull. The Horseman is available in .357 Mag. and .45 Long Colt, in barrel lengths of 4 3/4", 5 1/2", and 7 1/2".

Uberti has also introduced variations of its 1873 Cattleman. The six-shot Cattleman .22 LR comes with a color casehardened frame, brass backstrap and trigger guard. It is also comes with a steel backstrap and trigger guard. A 12-shot version of the Cattleman in .22 LR features a color-casehardened frame with blued-steel barrel, backstrap and trigger guard. The stock is a one-piece walnut grip that's hand-rubbed to a satin smooth oil finish. It is available in several barrel lengths and fixed sights.

For more, go to www.ubertiusa.com.

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