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Old 01-13-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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I was wanting any info regarding the Cimarron Arms replica Colt 45 single action especially the quality and fit and finish ect. Any reply would be appreciated as I want to buy a gun like that.

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Old 01-13-2012, 07:58 PM   #2
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Fit and finish is very good. Word has it they cherry pick theirs from the factory and have them marked to their specifications. You won't find any Italian markings except the government required cat number until you remove the ejector rod housing. Cimarrons barrel address is roll stamped in the old Colt font. The front sight is left tall so you can file it down to fit your load. They shoot low out of the box. Mine is 44-40.




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It's not a .45lc but it is a Cimarron Bisley. It's one of the finest firearms I have ever owned. Very fine craftsmanship.

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I handled one at cabelas today and am ordering 2 x Pistolero's in 45 colt...one for me and one for my wife, pretty excited to get it because the one I handled was a seriously nice pistol in every sense.

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I have a Cimarron 1873 Peacemaker Model "P" with a 7 1/2" barrel .It comes with two cylinders.One is .45 ACP,the other is a .45 Long Colt.The fit and finish is excellant.I've had it 2 years,and never had any problems with it.

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I have a Cimarron 1873 Peacemaker Model "P" with a 7 1/2" barrel .It comes with two cylinders.One is .45 ACP,the other is a .45 Long Colt.The fit and finish is excellant.I've had it 2 years,and never had any problems with it.
Cool thanks for the info, a friend of mine works at a sports shop where they seek them, I think I'll buy one come spring.
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I was wanting any info regarding the Cimarron Arms replica Colt 45 single action especially the quality and fit and finish ect. Any reply would be appreciated as I want to buy a gun like that.
I seriously doubt you'll be dissapointed =
I've owned several & never had a problem
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I'm hopefully getting the call today from my FFL to pick my 2 up, I can post some fresh from the box pics up if you like.

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I'm hopefully getting the call today from my FFL to pick my 2 up, I can post some fresh from the box pics up if you like.
Yep, we need gun pics.
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Heres a quicky when I went and shot some off, is a REAL nice shooter, fires straight as an arrow...will start a new thread later with better pics.
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