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Uberti® 1875 Army Outlaw Revolver

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Cartridge or Gauge
Finish
Stock Color
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.45 Long Colt

Nickel

Walnut

Barrel Length:
7.5"

Round Capacity:
6

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
2.8 lbs.
Uberti's 1875 Army Outlaw revolver is fully nickel plated and then matched with walnut grips to create a functional firearm that's big on eye appeal. This revolver features a long lower blade—or sail—for reinforcement and added strength that adds greatly to the unique time tested design. This Unberti revolver's design is primarily based on the big Army style revolver that was once popular across America's frontier. The 6-shooter has a single steel front blade sight and long hammer. History has it that outlaw Frank James carried this style revolver during his outlaw career.
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dissappointed bought this revolver recently from bass pro. I have the uberti hombre but I wanted this one for sometime. store did not have one so they got one shipped from another store which was nice of them but I should have examined this gun more closely before I bought it.the carton it came in looked pretty rough for a new gun to come in. took it to range and fired 24 rounds and noticed one chamber in the cylinder became hard to put the round in after a couple firings.twice removed it and cleaned it with a mild solvent and nylon brush and and put a bore snake thru it and tried again but after two more firings the same thing happened in the same chamber between number stamping "8"and"0". so something is not right with that. also I noticed the hammer is not centered in the upper frame hammer slot..the hammer is wedged against the left side side of the the slot and after just after 24 rounds it got scratch and wear marks on it. paid $599.00 for this pistol and i'm not happy..gun is made by stoeger for uberti and they are hard to get any customer service. I believe this pistol was returned by another customer at the store it was shipped from. bet on it! March 2, 2015
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