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Model: Stampede Marshall
Beretta Revolver Stampede Marshall .357 Magnum Variant-1
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Gun Dimensions Width:No Data
Length:8.25-in Height:No Data
Barrel:3.5-in Weight:33.6-oz
1 Variant
Gun Rankings
  • IDPA Power Factor192014
  • Recoil Factor10.53 ft-lb
  • Total Capacity6 rounds
  • ConcealabilityFair
  • Defense Factor71%
Gun Specifications
Produced:2004 - 2011
Caliber:.357 Magnum
Action:revolving chamber
Trigger:single-action (SA)
Safety:automatic hammer block
Frame:charcoal blue steel
Grip:smooth walnut
Notes:spin free cylinder
Fabbrica D' Armi Pietro Beretta SpA
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Gun Value
MSRP:$650.00Used Est:$465.00
Last Update:3/9/2018
About the Gun

Stampede series revolvers are modern reproductions of classic 19th century old west single-action revolvers. They replicate the dimensions, cosmetics and feel of the legendary Old West sidearm, while discretely incorporating the most modern safety features and manufacturing materials. Also, the feel and functioning is like the originals, with a multiple-click single-action hammer mechanism and a half-cock position that allows the cylinder to spin free. Stampede revolvers are actually produced at the Uberti Aldo & Co. manufacturing facility, which was acquired by Beretta in 2000.

Cartridge Specifications
Caliber: .357 Magnum
Alias: .357 Smith & Wesson Magnum
MV: From 1145 to 1542 ft/sec
ME: From 397 to 834 ft-lb
WT: From 110 to 180 grains
About the Cartridge

Smith & Wesson introduced this cartridge for its heavy-frame revolver. Ammunition was developed by Winchester in cooperation with Smith & Wesson. Using a lengthened and strengthened version of the .38 Special case, the .357 Magnum was rapidly accepted by hunters and law enforcement. At the time of its introduction, it was claimed to easily pierce the body panels of automobiles and crack engine blocks. While it has less power than the .44 Magnum, it compares favorably to the 10mm Norma and .45 ACP, but with better armor penetration. Today factories offer over fifty different loadings in this caliber.

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