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No one dreams of the Old West without conjuring up images of


six-shooters, lever-action rifles and the celebrated buffalo guns that could
shoot a mile. These days, original guns are worth thousands of dollars
and most are housed in museums or private gun collections and the
thought of shooting one of these treasured collector’s items would set a
museum curator’s ner ves on edge. In fact, the thrill of shooting a gun from
the Old West might have been lost if it were not for gunmaker Aldo Uberti.
In 1959, Aldo Uberti founded A. Uberti, S.r.l. in the village of Gardone
Val Trompia in the Italian Alps and began making replicas of Civil War
era cap and ball revolvers. Over the years, as the experience and
skill of his craftsmen grew, Uberti expanded into replicas of classic
lever-action rifles, cowboy six-shooters and big game rifles. Not only
are the Uberti guns exacting replicas down to the finest detail, but with
modern machiner y and materials they’re actually better than the originals.
From Civil War reenactments to the fast growing sport of Cowboy Action
Shooting, the demand for replica firearms has never been stronger, and
Uberti has never been in a better position to meet it. Imported by Stoeger
Industries, a member of the Benelli USA family of companies, Uberti
firearms are now available in America directly
from the source. Uber ti f irear ms marked
“Imported by Stoeger Industries” are warranteed
and can be serviced by factory-trained gunsmiths
using genuine Uberti parts right here in the U.S.A.

STOR E GUNS SO THEY AR E NOT ACCESSIBLE TO UNAUTHOR IZED PER SONS.


2 WALKER

4 DRAGOON and
POCKET REVOLVERS

6 ARMY, NAVY and


POCKET NAVY

8 NEW ARMY, TARGET CARBINE


and POLICE
Take to the field. Uberti recreations of classic American firearms are
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accurate in ever y detail except one — they’re better than the originals. and OPEN TOP
Made with stronger materials and modern machine tools, they are far 12 SINGLE ACTION CAT TLEMAN
more durable and accurate than any firearm from the era of Oliver
16 STALLION, BISLEY and
Winchester and Samuel Colt. Uberti cartridge firearms will stand up to CAT TLEMAN BIRD’S HEAD
modern smokeless powder loads and all display the superior accuracy 18 REVOLVER CARBINE
expected by today’s shooters. and BUNTLINE

Competitors in the fast growing sport of Cowboy Action Shooting 20 OUTLAW, FRONTIER
and POLICE
have been quick to recognize that Uberti guns set the standard by
which others are judged. Currently the Uberti 22 ENGRAVED TOP BREAK

1873 lever-action is the sport’s most popular rifle 24 TOP BREAK


and the 1873 Cattleman revolver is the hottest 26 1860 HENRY
selling Cowboy Action handgun. However, Uberti 28 1866 YELLOWBOY
firearms aren’t just for target shooting—they
30 1873 RIFLE and CARBINE
were designed to take afield. Whether you target
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shoot or big game hunt, Uberti puts excitement
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and adventure back into shooting.
38 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR

Giacomo Merlino, 40 1876 CENTENNIAL RIFLE


Managing Director of
42 1885 HIGH-WALL
A. Uberti S.r.l., oversees
1873 C AT TLE M AN FR I SCO N M
the exacting recreation 44 ACCESSORIES
of the numerous historic
firearms manufactured
46 SPECIFICATIONS
by Uberti in Gardone Val
Trompia, Italy.

“ DOWN U N D E R ” SHAR PS
Samuel Colt began production of a revolving-cylinder pistol on the
day the Alamo fell in 1836. Produced at his factory in Paterson, New Jersey,

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Colt’s new pistol was enthusiastically received by the Rangers of the newly
independent Republic of Texas and in 1844 Colt’s pistol made history when
sixteen Rangers held off 80 Comanche warriors with their new revolvers.
Former Texas Ranger Sam Walker had been in the Comanche fight in
1844 and became a firm believer in Colt’s pistols. In 1846, war with Mexico
was looming and Walker’s U.S. Mounted Rifles needed a powerful handgun
for mounted combat. Colt built a revolver for them that
held 60 grains of black powder and chambered six,
.44-caliber balls. Sam Walker ordered 1,000 of them and
rode off to Mexico and into the annals of history.
The Walker’s massive fire-power needed a much
stronger frame and larger overall gun
design than earlier models — the
Walker weighed nearly four-and-a-half
The Walker’s large pounds and was 15¾" long. The
capacit y cylinder
allows it to hold Walker’s reputation assured
up to 60 grains of Colt’s future success.
blackpowder and
offers easy access to
the percussion caps.

The Walker featured a


brass square-back trigger
guard— an improvement
over the Paterson’s
guardless folding trigger.

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18 47 WALK E R  9 " MSR P $429
Case-hardened, walnut grip

The Walker was one of the first revolvers


fitted with a loading lever. Colt later added a
loading lever latch near the muzzle.
18 4 8 WH ITN E Y VI LLE D R AG OO N  7½" MSR P $429
Case-hardened, walnut grip

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With an improved loading lever, shorter cylinder and lighter weight, the Dragoon
was an improvement over the Colt Walker. Of the four Dragoon models, the first
was manufactured for Colt by Eli Whitney. Small enhancements separate the four
Dragoon models; the 1st model uses oval cylinder bolt slots, the 2nd model uses
squared cylinder bolt slots, and the 3rd model incorporates a round trigger guard.
The Whitneyville model is made like the original Walker, but uses a dragoon barrel
and cylinder. Encouraged by an ongoing militar y contract, Colt turned his eye
toward the civilian market in 1848. Civilian pocket revolvers, such as the Wells
Fargo or 1849 Pocket, were .31 caliber pistols that fit easily in a coat pocket. With
the introduction of these models Colt’s success in the civilian market was assured.

The Dragoon featured many


design improvements over The Dragoons were
the Paterson, and included the first Colt revolvers
Modern machiner y and many parts identical to those to feature a latch for The Walker and all Dragoon
improved materials result in used on the Walker, like the the loading lever. This models have integrated
a stronger and more precise brass square-back trigger prevented the loading loading cut-outs for easy
metal-to-metal fit on Uberti’s guard, making it a unique lever from falling and secure seating of the
replica firearms. hybrid of old and new. during firing. percussion caps.

BE FOR E C L E A N I NG YOU R GU N M A K E A BSOLU T E LY SU R E T H AT I T I S U N L OA DE D.


18 4 8 1ST MO D E L D R AG OO N  7½"
MSR P $4 09
Case-hardened, walnut grip

18 49 WE LLS FARG O  4"


MSR P $339
Case-hardened, walnut grip

18 4 8 2 N D MO D E L D R AG O O N  7½"
MSR P $4 09
Case-hardened, walnut grip 18 49 POCK ET  4"
MSR P $339
Case-hardened, walnut grip

18 4 8 3R D MO D E L D R AG OO N  7½"
MSR P $4 09
Case-hardened, walnut grip
18 6 0 AR MY FLUTE D  8 " MSR P $349
Case-hardened, walnut grip

18 6 0 AR MY  8 " MSR P $339


Case-hardened, walnut grip

6gbn!CVkn The 1851 Navy was a scaled up, .36-caliber

VcY version of the 1849 Pocket Model. The handy, more


powerful revolver immediately found a following

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among soldiers and civilians alike and was eventually
adopted by both the U.S. and the British military. By
the start of the Civil War, Colt had refined the Navy into
a sleek, streamlined weapon with an improved loading
lever. The 1861 Navy is often acclaimed as Colt’s most
handsome pistol.
Colt worked to perfect his cap and ball revolver,
designing the 1860 Army around a lightweight frame,
but chambered for the more powerful .44-caliber
ball. The first models featured fluted cylinders, while
later models incorporated a belted cylinder for added
strength and a “creeping” loading lever for easier
loading. The sleek 1860 Army is considered to be the
ultimate combat handgun of the percussion era.

To seat loads in the cylinder, the loading lever is freed from the latch
and pulled downward. This cause s the ram-rod to move through the
frame and ram the load home.

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1851 NAV Y  7½" MSR P $329 1851 NAV Y SQUAR E BACK  7½" MSR P $329
Case-hardened, walnut grip Case-hardened, walnut grip

18 61 NAV Y CIVI L B R ASS  7½"


MSR P $329
Case-hardened, walnut grip

18 62 POCK ET NAV Y  5½" MSR P $349


Case-hardened, walnut grip

A rear view of the


1861 Nav y’s hammer
and cylinder shows
the frame cut-out and
nipples in the rear of
the cylinder that allows
percussion caps to
be seated.
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The Remington Arms Company began production of the
large frame .44-caliber, “Remington-Beals” revolver in 1861.
The rugged, solid framed Remington quickly became popular
and the improved New Army model was purchased by the U.S.
Army in 1863. In the years following the Civil War, Remington
The 1858 New Army is
manufactured a carbine version in small numbers.
offered with a stainless
Responding to civilian demand for pocket pistols, Colt steel frame, cylinder,
barrel, hammer and
designed scaled down versions of its 1851 Navy and 1860 Army
backstrap.
revolvers, both chambered in .36 caliber. The Navy retained
the larger pistol’s octagonal barrel while the Police model
featured a fluted cylinder.

1858 N E W AR MY STAI N LE SS STE E L  8 " MSR P $429


Stainless steel, walnut grip

The 1858 New All of Uberti’s revolver


The 1858 New Army Army features an cylinders are machined
is fitted with a brass octagonal barrel so that the nipple
trigger guard on with a dove-tailed recesses and cylinder
both the stainless and front sight and notches are cleanly cut
blued models. loading lever latch. and precise.

R E G U L A R C L E A N I N G I S A N I M P O R TA N T PA R T O F G U N S A F E T Y. C L E A N YO U R F I R E A R M O F T E N .
1858 TARG E T C AR B I N E  18 " MSR P $549
Blued, walnut stock

1858 N E W AR MY  8 " MSR P $349


Blued, walnut grip

18 62 PO LI CE  5½" MSR P $349


Case-hardened, walnut grip
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The Remington 1858 New Army Conversion was among the first of the Civil War era percussion
revolvers converted to fire metallic cartridges. The original cap-and-ball cylinder was altered or
replaced by a cartridge cylinder with a loading gate and new breech face. In addition, the frames
were dovetailed to permit the insertion of an ejector assembly. The earliest model, introduced by
Remington in 1868, chambered five .46-caliber rimfire cartridges. Later, six-shot versions were
chambered for .44-caliber centerfire rounds. These conversions were the predecessors of the 1858
New Army cartridge revolver.
In 1872, Colt entered the market for metallic cartridge revolvers by introducing their factory-installed
percussion-to-cartridge open top conversion of the 1851 Nav y cap-and-ball revolver, followed quickly
by the Richards-Mason conversion of the 1860 Army the following year. Based on a patent held by
Colt employees Charles Richards and William Mason, the old cap and ball cylinders were cut down
at the back to allow the installation of a conversion ring to accept metallic cartridges.
In addition to civilian orders, Colt received an Army contract in 1871 to convert 1,000 Model 1860
Army percussion revolvers to use the .44-caliber centerfire cartridge being manufactured at the
Frankford Arsenal. Eventually a total of 9,000 Open Tops and 2,100 Richards-Mason conversions
were produced. Ultimately, thousands of the Colt and Remington converted percussion revolvers
found their way into the hands of sher iffs, outlaws, g unf ighters,
soldiers, cowboys, miners and ranchers throughout the Old West.

The frames on Uberti’s conversion


revolvers are retro-fitted with
loading gates to accommodate
cartridges, exactly like the originals.

NEV ER HA NDLE A GUN WITHOUT A SK ING THE OWNER’S PER MISSION.


18711872 O PE N TO P  7½" MSR P $519
18 6 0 AR MY CO NVE R S I O N  5½" MSR P $549 Late model
Case-hardened, walnut grip Case-hardened, walnut grip

18711872 O PE N TO P  5½" MSR P $499


Early Model
Case-hardened, walnut grip

The conversion
revolvers were also
1858 N E W AR MY CO NVE R S I O N  8 " MSR P $529
fitted with ejector
Blued, walnut grip rods, a necessit y
for removing fired
casings from
the cylinder.

1851 NAV Y CO NVE R S I O N  7½" MSR P $519


Case-hardened, walnut grip The 1860 Army Conversion
revolver frames had to
be f itted with spacers
in order to f unction
properly and safely with
the shortened cartridge
conversion cylinders.
The Cattleman Frisco is
a New Model (NM) revolver
that features a color
case-hardened frame,
charcoal-blued barrel and
cylinder and pearl-st yle
synthetic grips.

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Not long ago, an employee at Colt was looking through old invoice files and
found a special order for a Colt .45 “Peacemaker” with 4" barrel, nickel finish
and ivor y grips. The request was penned on stationer y from the Long Branch
Saloon in Dodge City, Kansas and the order was from lawman Bat Masterson. Uberti has
recreated some of the special-order six-shooters that would have been right at home on the
dangerous streets of Dodge City.
The 1873 Cattleman Gunfighter features checkered black grips and a matte-blued frame.
Two favorite special orders in the Old West were for ivor y grips and a nickel finish.
The 1873 Cattleman Cody recreates that classic version and the “Frisco” celebrates the
popularity of mother-of-pearl grips and custom metal finishes.

Uberti’s Cattleman series of The New Model (NM)


single-action revolvers utilize a Cattleman features an
six-shot cylinder, which is loaded improved c ylinder-pin
by bringing the hammer back to retainer, which is
the first notch and swinging the spring-loaded making it
loading gate downward to allow much easier to release and
1873 C AT TLE MAN CO DY N M  5½"
access to the cylinder chambers. remove the cylinder-pin. MSR P $789
Nickel, ivor y-style grip

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1873 C AT TLE MAN CH ISH O LM N M  4¾"
MSR P $539
Matte blue, checkered walnut grip

1873 C AT TLE MAN D E SPE R AD O N M  5½"


MSR P $789
Nickel, bison horn-style grip

1873 C AT TLE M AN FR I SCO N M  5½"


MSR P $789
Charcoal blue, pearl-style grip

1873 C AT TLE M AN G U N F I G H T E R N M  4¾"


MSR P $479
Matte blue, checkered black grip
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“God made men, but Sam Colt made them equal,” was a piece of frontier
wisdom based on the for midable Colt .45 — the “Peacemaker.” In 1873, Colt’s
Single Action Ar my revolver became the Ar my’s standard sidear m. Cavalr y
troopers were armed with the new revolvers,
lawmen and outlaws alike were quick to adopt
the handy new six-shooter. The Colt Single
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Action came in many variations and Uberti has
recreated the most popular models in the 1873
Cattleman series.
While the Single Action Army was most widely
produced with a color case-hardened frame, a 4 5 6
nickel-plated version was issued to Indian scouts.
A bright “charcoal blue” finish was available
from the factor y, but with years of use the old
six-guns took on a well-handled soft gray patina. The 1873 Cattleman revolvers are available
in a variet y of finishes:
All of these classic finishes are available in
1 Blue with brass trigger guard & backstrap
the 1873 Cattleman.
2 Charcoal blue

3 Blue with steel trigger guard & backstrap

4 Old West finish

5 Full nickel plate

6 Stainless steel

1873 C AT TLE MAN N I CK E L N M  7½"


M S R P $6 0 9
Nickel, walnut grip

1873 C AT TLE MAN B R ASS N M  5½"


MSR P $4 89 The New Model (NM) Cattleman
Case-hardened, walnut grip
features a slightly higher fixed front
sight and an oblong ejector-plunger
grip, while the Old Model (OM)
features a shorter front sight and
a round ejector-plunger grip.

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1873 C AT TLE MAN H OM B R E N M  4¾"
MSR P $429
Matte blue, walnut grip

1873 C AT TLE MAN STAI N LE SS N M  7½"


MSR P $6 49
Stainless steel, walnut grip

1873 C AT TLE M AN CHARCOAL B LU E OM  4¾"


MSR P $579
Charcoal blue, walnut grip

1873 C AT TLE MAN STE E L N M  4¾"


MSR P $519
Case-hardened, walnut grip

Uberti offers a variet y of


1873 Cattleman single-action
revolvers in .45 Colt, .357
Mag. and .44-40. The buyer
can specif y either the “Old
Model” (OM) with a
screw cylinder pin
retainer (above left) or
the “New Model” (NM)
with a spring-loaded 1873 C AT TLE MAN O LD WEST OM  5½"
MSR P $629
cylinder pin retainer Old West, walnut grip
(below left).
1873 C AT TLE M AN B I S LE Y  7½"
MSR P $569
Case-hardened, walnut grip

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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,
including .22 L.R. The Colt Single Action in .22 caliber was ver y popular due to the
cheap price of ammunition and light recoil in a full-sized revolver. The Stallion,
which is 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 to compete at the British
Commonwealth Championship Match in Bisley, England in 1894. The Bisley featured

The Bisley was designed a longer grip-frame for its target grips and a wide target hammer with a lower
as a target pistol and profile. Over 40,000 Colt Bisleys were made between 1894 and 1915.
features a longer
grip-frame and a wide, A “Birds Head” grip was not a new design; it had been used on Colt derringers
lower profile, target since the 1850s. In 1877, Colt introduced full-sized six-guns called the “Lightning” and
hammer.
“Thunderer.” The Old West cowboys, however, just called them “Bird’s Head Colts.”

1873 STALLI O N STE E L TARG E T  5½"


MSR P $499
Case-hardened, walnut grip

1873 STALLI O N B R ASS  5½"


MSR P $429
Case-hardened, walnut grip

S T OR E F I R E A R M S U N L OA D E D A N D S E PA R AT E F ROM A M M U N I T ION.
The Cattleman Bird’s
Head sports a distinctive
grip that resembles
1873 C AT TLE MAN N M B I R D ’S H E AD N M  4¾"
MSR P $539 the shape of a bird’s
Case-hardened, walnut grip head. The design had
originally been used on
Colt derringers back in
the 1850s.

1873 C AT TLE MAN B I R D ’S H E AD OM  3½"


MSR P $539 1873 C AT TLE MAN B I R D ’S H E AD N M  4"
Case-hardened, walnut grip MSR P $539
Case-hardened, walnut grip
Legend has it that dime novelist, Ned Buntline presented special
order Colt revolvers with long barrels and detachable shoulder
stocks to Wyatt Ear p, Bat Masterson and other noted Old West
celebrities. Based on this stor y, the long-barreled “Peacemakers”

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with their special target sights came to be called “Buntline Specials.”
Only 31 of the distinctive Buntline Specials were ever produced
and only 18 of them still exist today, however, the Uberti

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Revolving rifles and carbines were among the first effective

VcY repeating rifles. Models produced by Colt were carried in the


Mexican War and the Apache wars of the Old Southwest.

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the Old West, many manufacturers continued to offer special-order
“carbine” versions of their popular single action revolvers. The
Revolver Carbine is available with an 18” barrel in .45 caliber.

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The 1873 Buntline Target single-action
revolver sports an 18” barrel and comes
with an angled front target sight and an
adjustable, notched rear blade sight.

1873 BU NTLI N E TARG E T  18 " MSR P $639


Case-hardened, walnut grip

Traditional
field sights.

1873 R E VO LVE R C AR B I N E  18 " MSR P $729


Case-hardened, walnut stock
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Keeping the solid frame and overall styling of their 1858 percussion model, Remington
jumped into the cartridge revolver market in 1875, introducing a pistol to compete directly
against the Colt “Peacemaker.” Ordinar y citizens, outlaws and Old West lawmen alike
recognized the sturdy quality of the new Remington; even Frank James carried one for much
of his outlaw career. As faithful reproductions, the 1875 Outlaw and Frontier revolvers are
both available in Frank’s favorite caliber, .45 Colt.
Built from 1890 to 1896 in ver y small numbers, the Remington 1890 Police is one of the
most prized cowboy revolvers among Old West collectors. Of the less than 2,000 produced,
only a few Remington 1890s ever saw ser vice as police revolvers and those primarily as
sidearms for Indian police on western reser vations. The 1890 Police is chambered in .357
Magnum and .45 Colt and comes complete with a lanyard ring just like the original.

The 1890 Police is


chambered in .357 The 1890 Police, st yled similar to
The 1875 Army Outlaw embodies Magnum and .45 Colt the Colt by eliminating the bottom
the overall st yling of the original and like the original, blade, was Remington’s offering
Remington 1858 percussion revolver it comes complete to enter the lucrative single-action
complete with bottom blade. with a lanyard ring. revolver market.

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1875 AR MY OUTL AW  7½" MSR P $539
Case-hardened, walnut grip

1875 AR MY OUTL AW  7½" MSR P $629


Nickel, walnut grip

189 0 PO LI CE  5½" MSR P $549


Blued, walnut grip

1875 FRO NTI E R  5½" MSR P $539


Case-hardened, walnut grip
Uberti’s hand-engraved Top Break models come ador ned with
intricate engraving and beautiful pearl-styled grips. Also included

:c\gVkZY with the engraved Top Breaks is a set of AAA-Grade walnut grips.
The highly polished, nickel-plated version sports generous scroll

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embellished and enhanced with elaborate gold inlays that accentuate
the Top Break’s frame and cylinder.
The Engraved Top Breaks, previously only available through
select World Class Collection™ dealers, are offered in .45 Colt. These
elegant revolvers add the element of beauty to reliable function in an
historically tried and proven design that was used by the likes of Jesse
James, John Wesley Hardin, and Wild Bill Hickok.

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The blued version of the Engra ved Top Break embodie s the
elegant look of high-polish, deep-blue metal work. Hand
engraved and with gold inlays, it provides a stunning appearance
when matched with the pearl-st yle grips.

E N G R AVE D TO P B R E AK  7 "
MSR P $3 ,139
Blued — with pearl-style grip

NEW

This version of Uberti’s Engraved Top Break comes in a high-polish


nickel finish with high-grade walnut grips and an extra set in
pearl-style synthetic grips. For the ultimate embellishment, the
metal is generously hand-engraved with fine, ornate scroll work.

E N G R AVE D TO P B R E AK  7 "
M SR P $2 ,9 9 9
Nickel — with AAA- Grade walnut grip

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N O. 3  N E W MO D E L RUSS IAN  6½" MSR P $1,049
Blued, walnut grip

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Designed by Major George Schofield as a cavalr y pistol, the efficient break-open
design could be operated one-handed, ejecting all six spent cartridges and providing
easy access for reloading while on horseback. While the U.S. Cavalr y was slow to see
its merits, others such as Jessie James, John Wesley Harden and Wild Bill Hickok saw the
Top Break’s fast reloading capability as a distinct advantage in their line of work. After
numerous trials, the U.S. Army finally purchased 3,000 Top Breaks with an improved
top latch, but it was the Russian government that really embraced the new sidearm.
With a modified grip design, lanyard ring and the addition of a distinctive trigger spur,
the Czar ordered 41,000 of the new revolvers. True to the originals, Uberti Top Breaks
come in three models including the Russian Model with Cy rillic barrel stampings.
Chamberings include .38 Special, .45 Colt and of course the old tried and true 44/40.
The New Model Russian is chambered in .45 Colt and .44 Russian.

The Top Break features


an automatic cartridge
extractor, which greatly
aids in discharging empt y
cartridges. This feature The sturdy, stirrup-st yle top latch on the
added to it’s appeal as a second model revolver ensured a firm lock
cavalr y sidearm. for the Top Break design.

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N O. 3  2 N D MO D E L  7 " M S R P $9 9 9
Blued, walnut grip

N O. 3  2 N D MO D E L  7 " M S R P $1, 369


Nickel, pearl-style grip

N O. 3  2 N D MO D E L  5" M S R P $9 9 9
Blued, walnut grip

N O. 3  2 N D MO D E L  3½" M S R P $9 9 9
Blued, walnut grip
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B. T yler Henry of the New Haven Arms Company introduced a
lever-action repeating rifle the year the Civil War began. Only 1,700
Henr y rifles were issued to Union troops, but as the Henr y ’s reputation
grew Southerners dubbed it “that tarnation Yankee rifle that they load
on Sunday and shoot all week.” After the war, the Henr y went West and
there was more than one Henr y rifle in the fight at the Little Big Horn,
but unfortunately for Custer, all of the Henr ys were used by Indians. The
early bronze-framed Henr ys were followed by more rugged iron-framed
models. Uberti offers two brass-framed, one iron-framed and one
steel-framed Henr y. All are chambered in .44/40 and .45 Colt (iron-frame
in .45 Colt only).

Uberti’s 1860 Henr y is true to the original by


featuring a lever lock located at the rear of the
Uberti’s 1860 Henr y sports a lever, and a convenient external cartridge follower,
distinctive solid brass receiver. which aids in loading the tubular magazine.

K N O W H OW T O U S E YO U R G U N S A F E LY.
18 6 0 H E N RY TR APPE R  18½" MSR P $1, 329
Brass, A- Grade walnut

18 6 0 H E N RY R I FLE  24¼" MSR P $1, 329


Brass, A- Grade walnut

18 6 0 H E N RY R I FLE STE E L  24¼" MSR P $1, 419


Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut

18 6 0 H E N RY R I FLE I RO N FR AM E  24¼" MSR P $1, 419


Blued, A- Grade walnut
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The 1866 Yellowboy was a marked improvement over


the old Henr y. Winchester’s plant superintendent, Nelson
King, devised a convenient loading gate that passed
cartridges through the side of the receiver. This not only Uberti’s 1866 Yellowboy lever-action
rifle features a side loading gate —
made the new rifle more functional, but also allowed for one of the major improvements over
the installation of a wooden fore-end. The handy carbine the 1860 Henr y.

version of the 1866 Yellowboy was the first true cowboy


lever-action rifle and was the first rifle widely carried in
a cowboy-style saddle scabbard.
The new 1866 Yellowboy was a hit worldwide. Chief
Sitting Bull had an 1866, Benito Juarez’s forces used
Yellowboys in Mexico and the Turkish army used the new
Winchester against the Russians. Uberti has recreated
three of the most popular models: the Yellowboy Carbine
Another improvement is
with a 19" barrel and carbine style brass buttplate. The the addition of a satin
Yellowboy Rifle with 24¼" barrel and Short Rifle with 20" walnut fore-end, which
is embellished with
barrel, both with a brass fore-end nose cap and a solid a brass fore-end cap.
brass crescent buttplate.

A LWAY S W E A R E Y E A N D E A R P RO T E C T I O N W H E N S H O O T I N G .
18 6 6 “ YE LLOWBOY” C AR B I N E  18½" MSR P $1,079
Brass, A- Grade walnut, round barrel

18 6 6 “ YE LLOWBOY” SH O R T R I FLE  20 " MSR P $1,129


Brass, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

18 6 6 “ YE LLOWBOY” R I FLE  24¼" MSR P $1,129


Brass, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel
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Winchester’s Model 1873 was the “Rifle that Won the West.” The Model
1873 was chambered in a new more powerful cartridge, the .44/40 — a .44
caliber bullet propelled by 40 grains of black powder. However, one big factor
that really insured the success of the 1873 was that Colt quickly responded by
offering its frontier six-shooter chambered in .44/40. A cowboy could have both
a lever action rifle and his “Peacemaker” and only need one cartridge belt.
Buffalo Bill Cody carried an 1873 and a pair of Colts chambered in .44/40
in 1876 when he worked as an Army scout. Chappo, son of Apache war chief
Geronimo packed an 1873, as did most Texas Rangers along with ever y Old
West cowboy worth his salt. Uberti has recreated the 1873 in five distinctive
models including the 1873 Carbine and the Special Sporting Rifle.

Like the 1860 Henr y,


the 1873 lever rifle
also included a
lever lock to insure
the lever remained
securely in place.

Chambered for the then new .44/40


cartridge, the 1873 lever rifle featured
a side-loading gate for easy loading
of its tubular magazine.

CH ECK T H AT T H E BOR E I S FR EE OF A N Y OBST RUCT ION BEFOR E LOA DING.


1873 SPECIAL SPORTI NG R I FLE  24¼" MSR P $1, 379
Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

1873 C AR B I N E  19 " M S R P $1,19 9


Blued, A- Grade walnut, round barrel

1873 S H O R T R I FLE  20 " MSR P $1, 249


Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel
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Christian Sharps’ original design, patented in 1848, was loaded


with a linen cartridge and percussion primer. The sturdy action
was faster and easier to load than a conventional muzzleloader
and the first militar y order for 900 Shar ps rifles came from the
U.S. Nav y in 1859. That same year John Brown’s raiders carried
Uberti’s new Sharps
Shar ps carbines at Har per’s Ferr y. When the Civil War began,
“Hunter ” model features
adjustable fiber-optic orders flowed in for carbine versions for issue to the cavalr y.
sights, which aid in
After the war Shar ps rifles, adapted to fire metallic cartridges,
quick and precise target
acquisition in low-light were used by the Amer ican R if le Team to win the f irst
conditions. international long-range rifle match at Creedmore, New Jersey.
By the late 1870s and early 1880s, the long-range models became
the favorites of professional buffalo hunters. These heav y
barreled Shar ps could be employed at long range to
(continued)

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STAN DAR D SHAR PS  30 " MSR P $1, 459
Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, round barrel

SPECIAL SHAR PS  32" MSR P $1,729


Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

C AVALRY C AR B I N E S HAR PS  22" MSR P $1, 569


Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, round barrel

S HAR PS H U NTE R  28 " MSR P $1, 459


Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, round barrel
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take selected buffalo without spooking the herd. In 1874,
more than 700 Comanche warriors attacked 30 buffalo
hunters at Adobe Walls in the Texas panhandle. The
hunters’ Shar ps rifles had extracted a punishing toll by
the second day and the only Indians in sight were a small
group on a distant bluff. Hunter Billy Dixon took aim with
his Shar ps and rolled one of the braves from his saddle
at, what legend has it, was a mile away. Chambered in
classic .45-70, the Uberti Shar ps is true to the original.
Six models are available ranging from the “Long-Range
Model,” with 34" half-octagon barrel, Creedmore sight
Intricate engraving adorns the Uberti and double set-triggers, to the Shar ps Hunter with fiber
Sharps Extra Deluxe rifle, which
optic sights. Previously offered only through select World
includes a beautifully detailed side-view
of a bison and a bison’s head. The rifle’s Class Collection™ dealers, this year Uberti offers the
buttstock and fore-end are fashioned
hand-engraved, Extra-Deluxe
from the finest A A A-select walnut.
version of the Shar ps with
elegant gold inlays and select
AAA-Grade walnut stocks.

The Creedmore tang sights


used on Sharps rifles were of
three heights, depending on All models of Uberti’s
the yardage. The lowest, 1874 Sharps rifles,
short-range sight was good to excluding the Cavalr y
300 yards, mid-range to about Carbine, feature double
600 yards and the long-range, set-triggers, allowing
to 1,200 yards and beyond. the front trigger to
be set to a ver y light
pull-weight— an aid to
accurate shooting.

A LWAY S B E S U R E T H E BA R R E L I S C L E A R O F A N Y O B S T RU C T I O N .
SHAR PS E X TR A DE LUXE  32" MSR P $4 ,199
AAA- Grade satin walnut

NEW

D E LUXE S HAR PS  34" MSR P $2 ,749


Case hardened, AA- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

BU FFALO H U NTE R SHAR PS  32" MSR P $2 , 219


Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

“ LO N G R AN G E ” SHAR PS  34" MSR P $2 , 279


Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, half-octagonal barrel

“ DOWN U N D E R ” SHAR PS  34" MSR P $2 , 249


Case hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

The top tang on the Sharps receiver is


drilled and tapped to accommodate the
attachment of a Creedmore rear sight.

Uberti’s 1874 Deluxe The receiver on


and “Long-Range” Uberti’s 1874 Deluxe
Sharps feature Sharps, single-shot
34” barrels with a .45-70 rifle is color
dovetailed front globe case-hardened and
sight to be used in embellished with a
conjunction with a gold-engraved
rear tang-mounted bison head.
Creedmore sight.
Loading the Lightning’s
magazine is safe and easy as it
is done with the action open.

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The Colt Lightning rifle, introduced in 1884, was chambered in .44-40,
the most popular pistol round offered for Colt’s 1873 single action revolvers.
Colt followed with Lightnings in three different frame sizes to accommodate
a wide range of cartridges from .22 caliber up to .50-95 Express. More
than 185,000 Lightning Rifles were manufactured, but there hasn’t been a new one made since
1904 — that is until now.
The Lightning Rifle by Uberti is an exact replica of the original Colt Lightning, but by using
modern steel and manufacturing techniques, the Uberti Lightning will safely stand up to modern
ammunition. The Lightning Rifle is available in .45 Colt or .357 Magnum, all with luster finished
satin walnut stocks and a choice of blued or color case-hardened receivers. When it comes
to speed it can still beat any Winchester — or, as Sam Colt used to
put it, “nothing is faster than Lightning.”

The Lightning’s short, hand-conforming


fore-end features cut-checkering
for a positive gripping surface during
speed cycling.

T R A NSPORT YOU R FIR E A R M S U N LOA DED A N D W I T H ACT IONS OPEN.


1875 LIG HTN I N G R I FLE  24¼" MSR P $1, 259
Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

1875 LI G HTN I N G C AR B I N E  20 " MSR P $1,179


Blued, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

The Lightning’s full-length tubular magazine


reaches to the muzzle of the octagonal barrel. A front
blade sight is dovetailed into the top of the muzzle.

1875 LIG HTN I N G SH O R T R I FLE  20 " MSR P $1, 259


Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel
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In 1873 the Army’s Allin Trapdoor rifle was redesigned for the
new more powerful .45-70 militar y cartridge and both full-stocked
32” barreled rifles and half-stocked short-barreled carbines were
produced for the militar y. It was with their new 1873 Trapdoor
Carbines that Custer and the 7th Cavalr y rode off to the Little Big
Horn and into the pages of histor y. The Trapdoor was also ver y
popular with many famous Indian warriors. Sitting Bull was carr ying
a Trapdoor Carbine that was probably picked up at the Little Big
Horn when he surrendered to American troops. Geronimo was also
carr y ing his faithful Trapdoor Carbine when he turned over his arms
to General Miles in 1886. Along with seeing ser vice on both sides
during the Indian Wars in the American West, the Trapdoor was used
widely by American Troops during the Spanish American War, both
in Cuba and the Philippines.

This top view of


the Spring field
Trapdoor’s receiver
shows the hinged
and arched
breechblock pivoted
for ward for loading.

The Spring field


Trapdoor Carbine is
fitted with a sliding
ring and bar, which
allowed a cavalr yman
to carr y it clipped to
his carbine sling.

A LWAY S K E E P T H E G U N U N L OA D E D U N T I L R E A DY T O U S E .
SPR I N G FI E LD TR APD O O R C AR B I N E  22" MS R P $1, 429
Blued receiver and barrel, case-hardened buttplate

SPR I N G FI E LD TR APDOO R AR MY R I FLE  32½" MSR P $1,669


Blued receiver and barrel, case-hardened buttplate
&-,+8ZciZcc^Va The 1876 rifle features
a side-loading gate for
easy loading of its tubular
The 1876 rifle includes a
lever lock to ensure the lever
remains securely in place.

G^ÓZ magazine.

1876 CE NTE N N IAL R I FLE  28 " .45 60 MSR P $1, 569


Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut, straight stock

NEW

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In 1876 Winchester introduced a new lever-action rifle; they called it the “Centennial Rifle” in
commemoration of the United States’ 100th anniversar y. Winchester’s Model 1876 was discontinued in
1898, after 63,871 guns had been produced. For 2008, 132 years after the first 1876 Rifle was produced by
Winchester, Uberti introduces an exact replica of the Winchester “Centennial Rifle.” True to the original,
Uberti’s 1876 Rifle is chambered in the hard-hitting calibers: .45-60, .45-75, .50-95 and .40-60 — strong
enough to take down North America’s largest big-game animals. It also comes with a 28" octagonal barrel,
fully-adjustable sights, color case-hardened receiver and A-Grade walnut straight stock and fore-end.
Favored by the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, the 1876 “Centennial Rifle” was the king of its day. Uberti
has brought this legend back to life, only better than before. Better, stronger materials and more precise
machining, enables Uberti to replicate the original model to more exacting tolerances and specifications,
making it stronger and more accurate with today’s modern smokeless and blackpowder ammunition.
When you pick up an Uberti, you’re holding histor y in your hands!

The 28" barrel sports a Buckhorn adjustable


rear sight and a blade front sight.
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Designed by John Browning, the Winchester High-Wall single-shot rifle began


life at the end of the buffalo hunting era and made a name for itself in the golden
age of target shooting. In the late 1800s, long-range rifle shooting competition was
an international sport that was widely followed in the United States. The biggest
target event was the United States National Match held in
Creedmore, New Jersey.
Although there were many brands of rifles used at these
matches, special target rifles with their tall Vernier tang sights,
all became known as “Creedmores.” Uberti makes three
models of the 1885 High-Wall, chambered in the classic buffalo
cartridges — .45-70, .45-90 and .45-120, just like the originals.
With an 1885 High-Wall you can relive a time when rifle
shooting was more then just a past time — it was a business. Uberti’s 1885 High-Wall single-shot rifles
include a breakdown cleaning rod that fits in
a compartment located in the buttstock.

Uberti’s accessor y sights include The .45-70 Government (left)


a Creedmore st yle (A) and a got its name from the .45-caliber
Lyman St yle (B). Both are tang bullet with a cartr idge case
mounted rear sights that come holding 70 grains of black
complete with tunnel front powder adopted by the U.S.
sights. The Creedmore sight fits Militar y in the 1870s. The
the 1885 High Wall rifle while .45-90 (center) held 90 grains
the Lyman sight is for the 1873. of black powder and the
(1873 rifles will need to be buffalo hunter’s favorite, the
B.
drilled and tapped to accept a A. .45-120 (right) held a whopping
rear tang sight). 120 grains of powder.

The 1885 High-Wall’s The front sight of the


loading lever (left), High-Wall Sporting
opens or locks the model is dovetailed
rifle’s falling-block into the octagonal
action (left center). barrel and can be
drifted for windage.

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18 85 H IG H WALL S I N G LE SH OT SPO R TI N G R I FLE  30 " MSR P $1,029
Case-hardened, A- Grade walnut, octagonal barrel

18 85 H IG H WALL S I N G LE SH OT SPECIAL SPO R TI N G R I FLE  32" MSR P $1,179


Satin walnut — with checkered pistol grip, octagonal barrel.

18 85 H IG H WALL S I N G LE SH OT C AR B I N E  28 " MSR P $9 69


Satin walnut — with straight stock, round barrel.
In 1827, Jim Bowie was attacked by four men in the famous Sandbar

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Fight. He was shot, stabbed and beaten over the head with a club. Bowie,
armed only with a big knife given to him by his brother Rezin, killed one
and severely wounded two of the attackers and the legend of the Bowie
knife was born.
New this year, Uberti offers a leather rifle case that fits all Uberti rifles.
Also available are nipple kits with wrenches for all blackpowder revolvers.

R E Z I N BOWI E K N I FE BOWI E K N I FE
Blade length 9.2” Blade length 7.1”
Total length 14.4” Total length 11.6”
#71218 #71216
MSR P $329 MSR P $219

BOOT K N I FE
Blade length 5.5”
Total length 10”
#71217
MSR P $219

“ SOU LE T YPE ”
M I D  R AN G E S IG HT SE T
“SOU LE T YPE ” #71214
LO N G  R AN G E S IG HT SE T MSR P $569
#71215 Includes:
MSR P $569 “Soule Type” Mid-Range
Includes: Creedmore Sight
“Soule Type” Long-Range Spirit Level Globe Sight
Creedmore Sight 12 Sight Inserts
Spirit Level Globe Sight 6 Glass Bubble Level Inserts
12 Sight Inserts “Hadley” Style Eyepiece
6 Glass Bubble Level Inserts
“Hadley” Style Eyepiece

N I PPLE K IT 6
FO R WALK E R
AN D D R AG OO N
#370735
MSR P $15

U B E R TI SU E D E
N I PPLE K IT 6
R I FLE C ASE
FO R ALL OTH E R
#71221
B L ACK POWD E R R E VO LV E R S
MSR P $65
#370736
MSR P $15

BEFOR E CL E A N ING YOU R GU N M A K E A BSOLU T L EY SU R E T H AT I T I S U N LOA DED.


The Creedmore tang sights used on Shar ps r ifles were of three height s, depending on the
yardage. The lowest, short-range sight was good to 300 yards, the mid-range to about 600 yards and
long-range to 1,200 yards and beyond.
At ver y long range, with the rear sight elevated nearly to it s limit, it was impor tant to keep the r if le
completely level to maintain accuracy. Consequently, front globe sight s were of ten f itted with a spir it
level so that the shooter could see that the bubble was centered and the g un was level before he
touched the tr igger.

“SOU LE ” T YPE “ SOU LE ” T YPE U N IVE R SAL U N IVE R SAL


LO N G  R AN G E M I D  R AN G E LO N G  R AN G E S H O R T R AN G E
CR E E DMO R E CR E E DMO R E CR E E DMO R E CR E E DMO R E
#7120 4 #71203 #71202 #71201
M SR P $29 9 MSR P $289 MSR P $189 MSR P $169

SPI R IT LE VE L
G LO B E S I G HT G LO B E TU N N E L
WITH 12 I NSE R TS FRO NT S IG HT
#7120 8 WITH 12 I NSE R TS
MSR P $169 #71207
MSR P $59

LE VE R AC TI O N
TAN G S IG HT
FO LD I N G B E ECH #71205
G LO B E TU N N E L COM B I NATI O N MSR P $119
FRO NT S IG HT FRO NT S IG HT
WITH 12 QU I CK CHAN G E #7120 9
I N SE R T S MSR P $79
#7120 6

“ HAD LEY”
ST YLE
SPI R IT LE VE L EYE PI ECE
I N SE R T #71210
#71211 MSR P $9 9
MSR P $35

G LO B E S IG HT G L ASS BU B B LE I NSE R TS 6


I N SE R T #71213
SE T O F 12 MSR P $35
#71212
MSR P $21
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ITEM BARREL ITEM BARREL


MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

340200 Walker .44 9” C/H Frame, Steel B/S, $429 340000 Oval T/G .36 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $329
Brass T/G
340060 Squareback .36 7.5’ C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $329
SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder : 6-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7 T/G
Twist: Left BBL: Round Total Length: 15.7” Weight: 4.5 lbs Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut
340030 Leech-Rigdon .36 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $329

340050 London Steel .36 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $349

SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7


Twist: Left BBL: Octagonal Total Length: 13” Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut

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NUMBER LENGTH

340800 First .44 77.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $409     N AV Y R E VO LV E R
340810 Second .44 77.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $409
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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
340860 Third .44 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $409 NUMBER LENGTH

340830 Whitneyville .44 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S, $429 340500 Steel .36 7.5”
7 C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $349
Brass T/G
340630 Civil-Brass .36 7.5”
7 C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $349
SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder : 6-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7
Twist: Left BBL: Round Total Length: 13.4” Weight: 4.1 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7
Twist: Left BBL: Round Total Length: 13” Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut

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NUMBER LENGTH
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH
340350 Pocket .31 4” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $339
340750* Pocket Navy .36 66.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $349
340380* Wells Fargo .31 4” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $339
340760 Pocket Navy .36 5.
5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $349
SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 5-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7
Twist: Left BBL: Octagonal Total Length: 9.5” Weight: 1.46 lbs. (w/o lever) Finish: Blue SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 5-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7
Grip: 1-pc Walnut *No loading lever Twist: Left BBL: Octagonal *Total Length: 10.5” *Weight: 1.7 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

340400 Steel .44 8”


8 C/H Frame, Steel B/S, Brass $339
T/G

340410 Fluted .44 8” C/H Frame, Steel B/S, Brass $349


T/G

340480 Brass .44 8” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $339

SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved or fluted Number of grooves: 7
TWIST: Left BBL: Round Total Length: 13.8” Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut

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NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

341000 New Army .44 8” Blue Steel Frame and B/S, $349 341358 1851 Navy .38 Spl 4.
4.75” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $519
Brass T/G
341359* 1851 Navy .38 Spl 55.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $519
341020 New Army .44 8” Stainless Steel Frame and $429
B/S, Brass T/G 341360 1851 Navy .38 Spl 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $519

SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 6-shot Number of grooves: 7 Twist: Left 341361 1860 Army .38 Spl 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $549
BBL: Octagonal Total Length: 13.6” Weight: 2.7 lbs. Finish: Stainless or Blue Grip: 2-pc Walnut
341362* 1860 Army .38 Spl 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $549

341363 1860 Army .38 Spl 8” C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $549

341364* 1860 Army .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $549

341365 1860 Army .45 Colt 8” C/H Frame, Steel B/S and T/G $549

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7 Twist: Left


    P O L I C E R E VO LV E R *Total Length: 13” *Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut Navy Model: Octagonal Barrel
Army Model: Round Barrel

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

340700* Police .36 6.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $349

340710 Police .36


36 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S and T/G $349

SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 5-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 7


Twist: Left BBL: Octagonal *Total Length: 10.5” *Weight: 1.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut  AND  OPEN TOP CONVERSION

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

341350 1872 Late .45 Colt 7.5”


7.5 C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
Model and T/G

341351 1872 Late .38


38 Spl 77.5”
5 C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
Model and T/G
    N E W A R M Y TA R G E T C A R B I N E
341352 1871 Early .38 Spl 4.75” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
Model and T/G
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NUMBER MODEL CALIBER LENGTH MATERIALS MSRP 341353* 1871 Early .38 Spl 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
Model and T/G
341200 Carbine .44 18” Blue Steel Frame, Brass T/G $549
and Buttplate 341354 1871 Early .38 Spl 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
Model and T/G
SPECIFICATIONS: BLACK POWDER REVOLVER Cylinder: 6-shot Number of grooves: 7 Twist: Left
341355 1871 Early .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
BBL: Octagonal Total Length: 35.3” Weight: 4.4 lbs. Finish: Blue Stock: A-Grade walnut
Model and T/G

341356* 1871 Early .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
Model and T/G

341357 1871 Early .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
Model and T/G

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, engraved Number of grooves: 7 Twist: Left BBL: Round
 CONVERSION *Total Length: 13” *Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

341001 New Army .45 Colt 8” Blue Steel Frame and B/S, $529
Brass T/G

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot Number of grooves: 7 Twist: Left BBL: Octagonal


Total Length: 13.8” Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Steel Grip: 2-pc Walnut

BBL is an abbreviation for Barrel


C/H is an abbreviation for Case-hardened finish
B/S is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Backstrap
T/G is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Trigger Guard

Specifications subject to change without notice.


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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

356007 Frisco .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $789 343990 Hombre .45 Colt 4.75” Complete Matte Finished $429
and T/G Steel, Brass B/S and T/G

356008* Frisco .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $789 343900 Hombre .357 Mag 4.75” Complete Matte Finished $429
and T/G Steel, Brass B/S and T/G

356009 Frisco .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $789 SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
and T/G Total Length: 10.25” Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Non-glare Matte Grip: 1-pc Walnut

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right


*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Charcoal Blue Grip: Pearl style

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

ITEM BARREL 344400 Cattleman .357 Mag 4.75” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP and T/G
NUMBER LENGTH

356030 Desperado .45 Colt 4.75” Full Nickel Plated Steel $789 344410* Cattleman .357 Mag 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
and T/G
356031* Desperado .45 Colt 5.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $789
344450 Cattleman .357 Mag 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
356032 Desperado .45
45 Colt 7.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $789 and T/G
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right 344600 Cattleman .44/40 4.75” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Polished Nickel Grip: Bison Horn style and T/G

344610* Cattleman .44/40 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489


and T/G

344650 Cattleman .44/40 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489


and T/G
ITEM BARREL 344500 Cattleman .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH
and T/G
356033 Chisolm .45 Colt 4.75” Complete Matte Finished $539
344510* Cattleman .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
Steel
and T/G
356034* Chisolm .45 Colt 5.5” Complete Matte Finished $539
344550 Cattleman .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $489
Steel
and T/G
356035 Chisolm .45 Colt 7.5” Complete Matte Finished $539
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
Steel
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Non-glare Matte Grip: Checkered Walnut

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

ITEM BARREL 344000 Cattleman .357 Mag 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH
and T/G
356000 Gun Fighter .45 Colt 4.75” Complete Matte Finished $479 344010* Cattleman .357 Mag 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
Steel and T/G
356001* Gun Fighter .45 Colt 5.5” Complete Matte Finished $479 344050 Cattleman .357 Mag 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
Steel and T/G
356002 Gun Fighter .45 Colt 7.5” Complete Matte Finished $479 344200 Cattleman .44/40 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
Steel and T/G
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
344210* Cattleman .44/40 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Non-glare Matte Grip: 2-pc Checkered Polymer and T/G

344250 Cattleman .44/40 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519


and T/G

344100 Cattleman .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
and T/G
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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP 344110* Cattleman .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
NUMBER LENGTH
and T/G
356003 Cody .45 Colt 4.75” Full Nickel Plated Steel $789
344150 Cattleman .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519
356005* Cody .45 Colt 5.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $789 and T/G

356004 Cody .45


45 Colt 7.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $789 SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Polished Nickel Grip: Ivory style

N EV ER CROSS OBSTACL E S SUCH A S FENCE S OR ST R E A M S W I T H A LOA DED FIR E A R M.


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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

344101 Cattleman .45 Colt 4.75” Full Nickel Plated Steel $609 346020 Bisley .357
357 Mag 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G
344111* Cattleman .45 Colt 5.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $609
346030* Bisley .357 Mag 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
344151 Cattleman .45 Colt 7.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $609 and T/G
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right 346040 Bisley .357 Mag 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Polished Nickel Grip: 1-pc Walnut and T/G

346120 Bisley .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G

346130* Bisley .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G
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NUMBER MODEL CALIBER LENGTH MATERIALS MSRP 346140 Bisley .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G
345009 Cattleman .45 Colt
lt 4.75” Complete Stainless $649
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
Steel
*Total Length: 12.7” *Weight: 2.5 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 2-pc Walnut Bisley Target Style
345019* Cattleman .45 Colt 5.5” Complete Stainless $649
Steel

345029 Cattleman .45 Colt 7.5” Complete Stainless $649


Steel

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right ITEM BARREL
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Stainless Steel Grip: 1-pc Walnut MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

344060 Buntline .357 Mag 18


18” C/H Fr
Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G,
T/G Target Sights

345060 Buntline .357 Mag 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $639
and T/G
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NUMBER MODEL CALIBER LENGTH MATERIALS MSRP 344280 Buntline .44/40 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G
343090 Stallion .22 LR 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $429
and T/G 343680 Buntline .44/40 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $669
and T/G, Target Sights
342980 Stallion .22 LR 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $479
and T/G, Target Sights 344160 Buntline .45 Colt 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $569
and T/G, Target Sights
342990 Stallion .22 LR 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $449
and T/G 345160 Buntline .45 Colt 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $639
and T/G
342970 Stallion .22 LR 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $499
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
and T/G, Target Sights
Total Length: 23.5” Weight: 2.75 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut
349870 Stallion .38 Spl 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $479
and T/G

349890 Stallion .38 Spl 5.5” C/H Frame, Brass B/S $539
and T/G, Target Sights

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right ITEM BARREL
Total Length: 11” Weight: 2 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

344190 Revolver .45 Colt 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $729
Carbine and T/G

345190 Revolver .45 Colt 18” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $799
C
Carbine
bi and
d T/G,
T/G Target
T t Sights
Si ht
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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
NUMBER LENGTH
Total Length: 34” Weight: 4.4 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: A-Grade Walnut Straight Stock
344730 Bird’s Head .357 Mag 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G

344880 Bird’s Head .45 Colt 4” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G

344840 Bird’s Head .45 Colt 4.75’ C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G

344860* Bird’s Head .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right


*Total Length: 10.5” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut Bird Head Shape

BBL is an abbreviation for Barrel


C/H is an abbreviation for Case-hardened finish
B/S is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Backstrap
T/G is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Trigger Guard

Specifications subject to change without notice.


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ITEM BARREL ITEM BARREL


MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

345122 Cattleman .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $579 345430 Bird’s Head .357 Mag 3.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G and T/G

345132* Cattleman .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $579 345490* Bird’s Head .357 Mag 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G and T/G

345142 Cattleman .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $579 344690 Bird’s Head .45 Colt 3.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and T/G and T/G

345149 Cavalry .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 345440 Bird’s Head .45 Colt 4” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
Cattleman and T/G and T/G

345139* Artillery .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
Cattleman and T/G *Total Length: 10.1” *Weight: 2.2 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut Bird’s Head Shape

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right


*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Charcoal Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut

ITEM BARREL
 TOP BREAK
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

345020 Cattleman .357 Mag 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519 ITEM
MODEL CALIBER
BARREL
MATERIALS MSRP
and T/G NUMBER LENGTH

345030* Cattleman .357 Mag 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519 348574* Top Break .38
38 Spl 5” Full Nickel Plated $1369
and T/G Steel

345040 Cattleman .357 Mag 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519 348575 Top Break .38 Spl 7” Full Nickel Plated $1369
and T/G Steel

345120 Cattleman .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519 348570 Top Break .45 Colt 3.5” Full Nickel Plated $1369
and T/G Steel

345130* Cattleman .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519 348571* Top Break .45 Colt 5” Full Nickel Plated $1369
and T/G Steel

345140 Cattleman .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $519 348572 Top Break .45 Colt 7” Full Nickel Plated $1369
and T/G Steel

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut *Total Length: 10.8” *Weight: 2.4 lbs. Finish: Polished Nickel Grip: 2-pc Pearl Style

ITEM BARREL
ITEM BARREL MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP NUMBER LENGTH
NUMBER LENGTH

355020 Old West .357 Mag


g 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 348577*
348577 Top Break .38 Spl 5” Blue Steel Frame $999
and T/G and B/S, T/G is C/H

355030* Old West .357 Mag 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 348578 Top
T Break
B k .38
38 SSpll 7” Blue Steel Frame $999
and T/G and B/S, T/G is C/H

355040 Old West .357 Mag 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 348540 Top Break .44/40 3.5” Blue Steel Frame $999
and T/G and B/S, T/G is C/H

355120 Old West .45 Colt 4.75” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 348560* Top Break .44/40 5” Blue Steel Frame $999
and T/G and B/S, T/G is C/H

355130* Old West .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 348520 Top Break .44/40 7” Blue Steel Frame $999
and T/G and B/S, T/G is C/H

355140 Old West .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $629 348530 Top Break .45 Colt 3.5” Blue Steel Frame $999
and T/G and B/S, T/G is C/H

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right 348550* Top Break .45 Colt 5” Blue Steel Frame $999
*Total Length: 11” *Weight: 2.3 lbs. Finish: Old West Antique Grip: 1-pc Walnut and B/S, T/G is C/H

348500 Top Break .45 Colt 7” Blue Steel Frame $999


and B/S, T/G is C/H

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right


*Total Length: 10.8” *Weight: 2.4 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 2-pc Walnut

A LWAY S W E A R E Y E A N D E A R P RO T E C T I O N W H E N S H O O T I N G .
E N G R AV E D     TO P B R E A K  POLICE

ITEM BARREL ITEM BARREL


MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

348501 Engraved .45 Colt 7” Hand Engraved Blue $3139 341570 Police .357 Mag 5.5” Blue Steel Frame, B/S $549
Steel with Gold Inlays and T/G

348601 Engraved .45 Colt 7” Hand Engraved Nickel $2999 356010 Police .45 Colt 5.5” Blue Steel Frame, B/S $549
Plated Steel and T/G

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
Total Length: 12.8” Weight: 2.6 lbs. Grip: 2-pc AAA-Grade Walnut and a Pearl Style set Total Length: 10.8” Weight: 2.6 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 2-pc Walnut with Lanyard Loop

NUMBER  NEW MODEL RUSSIAN TOP BREAK  HENRY RIFLE

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MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

348650 Russian .44 Russ 6.5” Blue Steel Frame and $1049 342870 Trapper .44/40 18.5” Brass Frame and $1329
B/S, T/G is C/H Buttplate, C/H Lever

348579 Russian .45 Colt 6.5” Blue Steel Frame and $1049 342910 Trapper .45 Colt 18.5” Brass Frame and $1329
B/S, T/G is C/H Buttplate, C/H Lever

348580* Russian .45 Colt 6.5” Full Nickel Plated Steel $1399 342390* Rifle .44/40 24.25” Brass Frame and $1329
Buttplate, C/H Lever
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6. Twist: Right
Total Length: 11.8” Weight: 2.5 lbs. Finish: Blue or Nickel* Grip: 2-pc Walnut or Ivory Style* 342880* Rifle .45 Colt 24.25” Brass Frame and $1329
Buttplate, C/H Lever

352360* Iron Frame .45 Colt 24.25” Blue Steel Frame, $1419
Buttplate, and Lever

342370* Steel Rifle .44/40 24.25” C/H Frame and $1419


Lever, Blue Buttplate

342360* Steel Rifle .45 Colt 24.25” C/H Frame and $1419
Lever, Blue Buttplate
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SPECIFICATIONS: Capacity: 13+1 (24.5” bbl) or 10+1 (18.5” bbl) Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
*Total Length: 43.3” *Weight: 9 lbs. BBL: Octagonal
ITEM BARREL
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

341515* Outlaw .45 Colt 7.5” Full Nickel Plate $629

341510 Outlaw .45 Colt 7.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and C/H

SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right


Total Length: 13.6” Weight: 2.8 lbs. Finish: Blue or Nickel* Grip: 2-pc Walnut
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ITEM BARREL
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

342200 Carbine .38 Spl 18.5” Brass Fra


Frame and $1079
Buttplate, C/H Lever

342300 Carbine .44/40 18.5” Brass Frame and $1079


Buttplate, C/H Lever
 FRONTIER
342280 Carbine .45 Colt 18.5” Brass Frame and $1079
Buttplate, C/H Lever
ITEM BARREL
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH 342210 Short Rifle .38 Spl 20” Brass Frame and $1129
Buttplate, C/H Lever
341660 Frontier .45 Colt 5.5” C/H Frame, Steel B/S $539
and C/H 342310 Short Rifle .44/40 20” Brass Frame and $1129
Buttplate, C/H Lever
SPECIFICATIONS: Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
Total Length: 11.6” Weight: 2.5 lbs. Finish: Blue Grip: 2-pc Walnut 342340 Short Rifle .45 Colt 20” Brass Frame and $1129
Buttplate, C/H Lever

342220* Rifle .38 Spl 24.25” Brass Frame and $1129


Buttplate, C/H Lever

342320* Rifle .44/40 24.25” Brass Frame and $1129


BBL is an abbreviation for Barrel Buttplate, C/H Lever
C/H is an abbreviation for Case-hardened finish 342290* Rifle .45 Colt 24.25” Brass Frame and $1129
B/S is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Backstrap Buttplate, C/H Lever

T/G is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Trigger Guard SPECIFICATIONS: Capacity: 13+1 (24.5” bbl) or 10+1 (18.5” and 20” bbl) Number of grooves: 6
Twist: Right *Total Length: 43.25” *Weight: 8.2 lbs. BBL: Octagonal on Rifle, Round on Carbine
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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ITEM BARREL ITEM BARREL


MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

342700 Carbine .357 Mag 19” Blue Steel Frame $1199 71010* Cavalry .45/70 22”
22 Straight A-Grade Stock $1569
and Buttplate, C/H Carbine
Lever
71011* Hunter .45/70 28” Straight A-Grade Stock, $1459
342400 Carbine .44/40 19” Blue Steel Frame $1199 Fiber Optic Sight, Matte
and Buttplate, C/H
Lever 71000* Standard .45/70 30” Straight A-Grade $1459
Checkered Stock, Matte
342800 Carbine .45 Colt 19” Blue Steel Frame $1199
and Buttplate, C/H 71001** Special .45/70 32” Checkered Pistol Grip $1729
Lever Stock

342710 Short Rifle .357 Mag 20” C/H Frame, $1249 71005*** Buffalo .45/70 32” Straight A-Grade $2219
Buttplate, and Lever Hunter Checkered Stock

342410 Short Rifle .44/40 20” C/H Frame, $1249 71100*** Extra .45/70 32” Straight AAA-Grade $4199
Buttplate, and Lever Deluxe Stock, Engraved White
Frame
342810 Short Rifle .45 Colt 20” C/H Frame, $1249
Buttplate, and Lever 71002*** Deluxe .45/70 34” Straight AA-Grade $2749
Checkered Stock
342720 Sporting .357 Mag 24.25” C/H Frame, $1249
Buttplate, and Lever 71003** Down Under .45/70 34” Straight A-Grade $2249
Checkered Stock
342420 Sporting .44/40 24.25” C/H Frame, $1249
Buttplate, and Lever 71006*** Long Range .45/70 34” Checkered Pistol Grip $2279
Stock, Half Octagonal
342820 Sporting .45 Colt 24.25” C/H Frame, $1249 Barrel
Buttplate, and Lever
SPECIFICATIONS: Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
342138* Special .357 Mag 20” C/H Frame, $1379 C/H Frame (except Extra Deluxe). Double Set Trigger (except Cavalry). C/H Levers and Buttplates
Sporting Short Buttplate, and Lever * Denotes Round Barrel, all others are Blue Octagonal.
**Denotes Pewter Fore-end Cap
342058* Special .44/40 20” C/H Frame, $1379 ***Denotes Tang mounted Creedmore sight and Pewter Fore-end Cap
Sporting Short Buttplate, and Lever
Cavalry is 38.3” and 8 lbs. Hunter is 44.7” and 9.5 lbs. Both have C/H Levers and Blue Buttplates
342068* Special .45 Colt 20” C/H Frame, $1379 Other Lengths: 46.9”, 48.9”, 50.9” and Weights: 10.25-11 lbs.
Sporting Short Buttplate, and Lever

342760* Special .357 Mag 24.25” C/H Frame, $1379


Sporting Buttplate, and Lever

342750* Special .44/40 24.25” C/H Frame, $1379


Sporting Buttplate, and Lever

342770* Special .45 Colt 24.25” C/H Frame, $1379


Sporting Buttplate, and Lever
 LIGHTNING SLIDE ACTION RIFLE
SPECIFICATIONS: Capacity: 13+1 (24.5” bbl) or 10+1 (19” and 20” bbl) Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right
Total Lengths: 38”, 39” and 43.3” Weights: 7.4, 7.7, and 8.2 lbs. BBL: Octagonal on Rifle, Round on Carbine
Stock: A-Grade Walnut, *Checkered Pistol Grip Stock and Fore-end. ITEM BARREL
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH

356021* Carbine .357 Mag 20” Blue Steel Frame $1179


and T/G

356020* Carbine .45 Colt 20” Blue Steel Frame $1179


and T/G

356023 Short Rifle .357 Mag 20” Blue Steel Frame $1229
and T/G

356027 Short Rifle .357 Mag 20” C/H Frame and T/G $1259

356022 Short Rifle .45 Colt 20” Blue Steel Frame $1229
and T/G

356026 Short Rifle .45 Colt 20” C/H Frame and T/G $1259

356025 Rifle .357 Mag 24.25” Blue Steel Frame $1259


and T/G

356029 Rifle .357 Mag 24.25” C/H Frame and T/G $1259

356024 Rifle .45 Colt 24.25” Blue Steel Frame $1259


and T/G

356028 Rifle .45 Colt 24.25” C/H Frame and T/G $1259

SPECIFICATIONS: Capacity: 10+1 Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right


Total Length: 37” or 41.25” Weight: 6.2-6.5 lbs. Stock: A-Grade Walnut straight
* Denotes Round Barrel, all others are Octagonal.

A LWAY S K E E P T H E G U N P O I N T E D I N A S A F E D I R E C T I O N .
SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE  HIGH WALL RIFLE

ITEM BARREL ITEM BARREL


MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP
NUMBER LENGTH NUMBER LENGTH

71008 Carbine .45/70 22” Blue Steel, C/H Trapdoor $1429 348700* Carbine .45/70 28” C/H Frame and Lever, $969
Straight Stock
71007 Rifle .45/70 32.5” Blue Steel, C/H Trapdoor $1669
348800 Sporting .45/70 30” C/H Frame and Lever, $1029
SPECIFICATIONS: Number of grooves: 6 Twist: Right Total Length: 41.3” or 51.9” Straight Stock
Weight: 7.27 or 8.81 lbs. Buttplate: C/H Stock: A-Grade Walnut
348910 Sporting .45/70 32” C/H Frame and Lever, $1049
Straight Stock

348808 Special .45/70 30” C/H Frame and Lever, $1169


Sporting Checkered Pistol
Grip Stock

348918 Special .45/70 32” C/H Frame and Lever, $1179


Sporting Checkered Pistol
Grip Stock

 CENTENNIAL RIFLE 356011 Sporting .45/90 30” C/H Frame and Lever, $1049
Straight Stock

ITEM BARREL 356012 Sporting .45/90 32” C/H Frame and Lever, $1089
MODEL CALIBER MATERIALS MSRP Straight Stock
NUMBER LENGTH

342500 Centennial .45/60 28” C/H Frame and Lever $1569 356015 Special .45/90 30” C/H Frame and Lever, $1189
Sporting Checkered Pistol
342501 Centennial .45/75 28” C/H Frame and Lever $1569 Grip Stock

342502 Centennial .40/60 28” C/H Frame and Lever $1569 356016 Special .45/90 32” C/H Frame and Lever, $1219
Sporting Checkered Pistol
342503 Centennial .50/95 28” C/H Frame and Lever $1569 Grip Stock
SPECIFICATIONS: Capacity: 11+1 Total Length: 48” Weight: 10 lbs. BBL: Octagonal 356013 Sporting .45/120 30” C/H Frame and Lever, $1049
Sights: Adjustable Buckhorn Stock: A-Grade Walnut straight Buttplate: Blue Straight Stock

356014 Sporting .45/120 32” C/H Frame and Lever, $1089


Straight Stock

356017 Special .45/120 30” C/H Frame and Lever, $1189


Sporting Checkered Pistol
Grip Stock

356018 Special .45/120 32” C/H Frame and Lever, $1219


Sporting Checkered Pistol
Grip Stock

SPECIFICATIONS: Total Length: 47” or 49” Weight: Approx 10 lbs. BBL: Octagonal Buttplate: Blue
*Carbine has a Round Barrel and is 44.5” Total, Weighing 9.3 lbs.

BBL is an abbreviation for Barrel


C/H is an abbreviation for Case-hardened finish
B/S is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Backstrap
T/G is an abbreviation for the firearm’s Trigger Guard

Specifications subject to change without notice.


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Artist, Hunter and Gun Collector
Dan grew up on horseback on his
family’s cattle ranch in South Dakota.
His love of the Old West is
por trayed in his way of life, as
well as in his paintings. Each
piece of artwork is researched for
authenticity. If you are interested
in any of the paintings in this catalog
or would like to see other available
works, please contact Dan at
dandeutersoldwest@ montrose.net

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