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Uberti 1847 Walker Revolver U340200, .44 Cal, 9", Case Hardened Finish

Uberti 1847 Walker Revolver U340200, .44 Cal, 9", Case Hardened Finish

Price:  $384.99

MPN:  340200
UPC:   037084402000

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Texas Ranger Sam Walker was a firm believer in Colt's pistols, but in 1846 as a Captain in the United States Mounted Rifles he wanted a pistol powerful enough to bring down a horse. Working with Samuel Colt, a new pistol was designed that held a higher charge of black powder and chambered six .44-caliber balls. Walker ordered 1,000 of the new revolvers for his mounted troops, and rode off to the War with Mexico. At nearly 4-1/2 lbs. the 1847 Walker is still the biggest and was the world's most powerful revolver up until the .357 Magnum came into being in the 1930s.

Caliber: .44 
Barrel Length: 9" 
No. of Grooves: 7 
Twist: Left 
Total Length: 15.7" 
Weight: 4.5 lbs. 
Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved 
Grip: One-piece walnut 
Finish: Frame - Case-hardened
Barrel - Blued
Backstrap - Blued
Trigger guard - Brass

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by joseph , Wednesday 22 August, 2012
Ordered this weapon on a Wed. at around 1pm. Would have had it at 2pm on friday had I not been at work when UPS attempted delivery. Got it monday instead. Delivery is outstanding. Product is as it should be. Cant wait till this sunday to go shoot it along with my 2nd Gen. Dragoon. I'll be back for more in a couple of months. JL central Texas...
by R. B., Monday 23 May, 2011
My Uberti Walker arrived today. It is one BIG gun with nice fit and finish but the cylinder drags on the cone when the wedge is tightened. Some light polishing should eliminate that problem. More importantly is the great service provided by Able\'s. I ordered the firearm on a Friday night, received a confirmation on the following Monday morning and a shipping notice shortly thereafter. The revolver arrived one week after the order confirmation. Able\'s offered the best price I could find for this particular firearm. Coupled with their outstanding service, I will go directly to their web site for all my revolvers and supplies from now on. Hats off to the fine folks at Able\'s...
by R. E., Monday 02 February, 2009
I have a very early edition of this weapon. I cast a 235 grain Lee 44 caliber bullet and load with 65 grains of Pyrodex P. This is ballastically superior to a .44 Magnum lead bullet factory load at 1355 FPS muzzle velocity. Yes, it leads the bore, but I can put 6 into 3" at 50 yards with the notched hammer sights. I was hit-and run in '03 and I shot the driver and his passenger while fleeing. I shot the passenger at about 45 yards though the right hip. The bullet shattered his hip, and the exit wound in the front was about 2" in diameter with pieces of hip bone causing additional trauma. The driver turned back towards me, and I fired one round aimed at his aorta, but shot a bit high. It travel thru his chest and exited his shoulder blade leaving about a 3" exit wound. Both dropped like they had been pole-axed. I had two deputy sherriffs witness the incident. Both are still in prison. The Whitneyville Colt's Pattern revolver is big and heavy, but I've fired hundreds of rounds thru it and it hasn't loosened up. Just the apperence of this cannon is enough to scare off most of my attempted burgalers at my house. The report and ball of fire from the muzzle also must be frightening from the "business end". I highly reccommend this piece.(And YES, I am distantly related to Wyatt and his brothers, 4th cousins.)..
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