Uberti single actions

Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Scarlett, Feb 24, 2013.

  1. Scarlett

    Scarlett New Member

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    I love mine. Just looking to see if they are gaining popularity and what everyone's feedback is.
    45 colt
    5-1/2 inch barrel
    Hardened stainless finish
    Walnut grips
     

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  2. Garadex

    Garadex New Member

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    I would like one but I'm broke. I think they look pretty sweet.
     

  3. boatme98

    boatme98 New Member

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    I had an original 1875 Remington. Lost in a divorce.
    I'd love to replace it with one of those in 45.
     
  4. Bob Wright

    Bob Wright New Member

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    Mine are pretty good revolvers:

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    Bob Wright
     
  5. sbrit56880

    sbrit56880 New Member

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    Very nice !!!
     
  6. 38special

    38special New Member

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    Very nice.. I'm quite a fan of single actions myself
     

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  7. 38special

    38special New Member

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    And another
     

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  8. GeneralPatton

    GeneralPatton New Member

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    I've always wanted an old Colt, late 1800's SAA. I'm not one much for safe queens or display guns, but if I could afford the General Patton Tribute from the historical society I'd buy this one. There's a couple on Gunbroker, one that has been listed for over a year with a $2200 buy it now. Another one listed is currently no reserve started at $1500. I'd dam near give a kidney for one of those.
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    But I do really want an 1890's SAA as a shooter. Only thing these days is every moron that has one thinks it's worth $3000.
     
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