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Uberti Model 1873 Cattleman

Variant 2 of 4

Type:Revolver
Produced:2002 -
Caliber:.357 Mag
Action:revolving chamber
Trigger:single-action (SA)
Safety:
Cylinder:6-round
Frame:case hardened steel
Grips:walnut
Sights:fixed
Notes:
Barrel Length:5.5 in.
Overall Length:11 in.
Height:No Data
Width:No Data
Weight:36.8 oz.

Manufacturer:Phone Number:
Aldo Uberti & Company+39 030 834 1800
via Craftsman 1Website:
Brescia Italywww.uberti.com
Importer:Phone Number:
Stoeger Industries301-283-6300
17603 Indian Head HighwayWebsite:
Accokeek MD 20607www.stoegerindustries.com
MSRP:$509
Used Est.:$375
Last Update: 9/7/2014

Caliber:.357 Magnum
Alias:.357 Smith & Wesson Magnum
Muzzle Velocities - from1145to1542ft/sec
Muzzle Energies - from397to834ft-lb
Bullet Weights - from110to180gr

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Ranking Factors
Power Factor:201737- IDPA Rating Calculation
Recoil Factor:10.33 ft-lb- Standard Free Recoil Calculation
Total Capacity:6 rounds- Includes Chambered Rounds
Concealability:Poor
Defense Factor:61%

About the Handgun:
This reproduction is patterned after the original Colt 1873 Single Action Army, Civilian model revolver.
About the Manufacturer:
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 machinery and materials, they’re actually better than the originals.
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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