Uberti 1875 No. 3 2nd Model Top Break Revolver U348560, 44/.40, 5", Two Piece Walnut Stock, Blued Finish
MPN:  348560 UPC:   037084485607

Uberti 1875 No. 3 2nd Model Top Break Revolver U348560, 44/.40, 5", Two Piece Walnut Stock, Blued Finish

Designed by Major General George Schofield, the Smith and Wesson Model 1870 "Schofield" was a revolutionary design that broke open, ejecting all six spent cartridge cases automatically while providing easy access for re-loading. Fast re-loading being a distinct advantage in his line of work, Jessie James bought a pair as did John Wessley Hardin and Wild Bill Hickok.

Although the U.S. Army purchased 3,000 S&W Schofields with an improved top latch for cavalry troops, it was the Russian government that really embraced the new sidearm. With a slightly modified grip, lanyard ring and distinctive trigger-guard spur, the Czar ordered over 41,000 of the new S&W revolvers.

True to the originals, Uberti Top Breaks come in all three models including the Russian model with authentic Cyrillic barrel stampings.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Caliber: .44/.40 
Barrel Length: 5" 
Total Length: 10.8" (bbl 5")" 
Weight: 2.4 lbs.(bbl 5") 
Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted 
Grip: Two-piece walnut 
Finish: Frame - Blued
Barrel - Blued
Backstrap - Blued
Trigger guard - Case-hardened


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