Uberti 1873 Cattleman El Patron 357 Mag 4.75" Barrel 345173
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In July of 1873, the U.S. Army adopted the Colt Single Action Army to replace its older Model 1860 percussion-cap revolvers. The Single Action Army was immediately popular among the soldiers that used them, who valued their formidable stopping power, high accuracy, and easy to maintain construction. These revolvers quickly found their way into the hands of civilians, lawmen, and outlaws alike who recognized the Single Action Army’s superior design. Even as the Wild West was tamed, the Single Action Army’s legacy continued. Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders carried them during their charge up San Juan Hill. General George S. Patton carried one during the Second World War despite the popularity of semiautomatic handguns.
Today, the spirit of the Colt Single Action Army is kept alive by Uberti and their line of Model 1873 El Patron Revolvers. These authentic reproduction pistols come with an exquisite color case-hardened frame, wide EasyView front and rear sights, and U.S. manufactured Wolff Springs for lightning fast operation.
Features of the Uberti 1873 El Patron Revolver
- Authentic reproduction
- Case hardened frame
- Easy-view front and rear sights
- U.S. Manufactured Wolff springs
- Item ConditionNew
- Caliber:.357 Magnum
- Action:Single Action
- Sights:EasyView Sights
- Magazine Capacity:6 rounds
- Grips:1-Piece checkered walnut
- Barrel Length:4.75 inches
- Slide Finish:Blued steel
- Frame Finish:Color Case-Hardened
- Caliber or Gauge:.357 S&W Mag
- Pistol Night Sights:No
- Pistol Optics Ready:No
- Product TypeHandguns