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Old 10-29-2012, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Shooting Cimarron's .44 Spl Model P

Cimarron's Model P is a clone of Colt's Single Action Army revolver. It is manufactured built by Uberti in Italy. The gun is a replica of a first generation Colt SAA from Mike Harvey's personal collection. Mike is the CEO of Cimarron, and an avid old west firearms historian and collector. This seven and a half inch barreled version is chambered in .44 Special, which is one of my favorite cartridges.



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Nice vid. Been looking into the Cimmarons lately. Think ill be in line for a Thunderer first.

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Little Lightning is kool too
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I like that Lightning. Strangely a few of these models seem fairly hard to find.
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Just recently acquired a .44 Special Model P with 4 3/4" barrel.

Those grips look mighty fine!

I thought the red stag was an elk? And elk in Europe is a moose?

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