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Tuesday 25 October, 2016  

Uberti 1873 Cattleman Stallion Old West Defense NM Matte Revolver U349891, .38 Spl, 3 ", Checkered Walnut Grip, Full Matte Finish

MPN:  349891 UPC:   037084992006
Uberti 1873 Cattleman Stallion Old West Defense NM Matte Revolver U349891, .38 Spl, 3 ", Checkered Walnut Grip, Full Matte FinishOut-of-Stock
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The Colt 1873 Single Action Army revolver was arguably the best-selling pistol ever produced. Colt single actions were manufactured in numerous calibers. The Colt Single Action in .22 L.R. was very popular because the ammunition was cheap and had light recoil for a full-sized revolver. The Stallion, a scaled-down version of the Colt Single Action Army, is available in both .22 L.R. and .38 Special.

The Colt Bisley was designed as a target pistol for competition at the British Commonwealth Championship Match in Bisley, England, in 1894. The Bisley featured a longer grip frame for its target grips and a wide target hammer with a lower profile. More than 40,000 Colt Bisleys were made between 1894 and 1915.

The bird’s head grip design was not new when Colt introduced the full-sized Lightning and Thunderer six-guns in 1877. The grip design had been used on Colt derringers since the 1850s. Regardless, the Old West cowboys came to call these 1877 models Bird’s Head Colts.

Frame: Scaled-down Stallion
Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted
Number of grooves: 6
Twist: Right
Total Length: 9"
Weight: 2 lbs.
Finish: Matte Blue
Grip: 1-pc Checkered Walnut

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