Cimarron P-Model Revolver 6-Round Color Case Hardened, Walnut

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The 1873 peacemaker-style revolver, originally designed for the U.S. Cavalry, quickly became the archetypical sixgun of the frontier. Available in a number of powerful chamberings in different barrel lengths, besides the “peacemaker,” it was also known by other monikers like “hogleg,” smoke wagon,” and “equalizer.” In civilian hands, it quickly earned a reputation as a rugged, hard-hitting, well-balanced revolver and outsold all competitors. Men like Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, John Selman, the James-Younger gang, the Daltons, Texas, and later the Arizona Rangers, all packed this legendary arm and did their smoky work with it. With the coming of the Silver Screen, the Model P was reintroduced to an entirely new generation of admirers. In the hands of such Western stars as John Wayne, Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy, Tom Selleck, Clint Eastwood, and countless others, this sixgun has earned lasting fame with shooters and Old West fans alike! Considered as the most authentic and highest quality reproduction of the 1873 Colt, Cimarron’s replica was reproduced in every detail from an original 1873 single action in the Cimarron antique collection and was not replicated by working simply from drawings, as with previous reproductions. Cimarron also took extra steps to improve the gun’s reliability with the Cowboy Compaction which eliminates weaknesses associated with the 19th-century design. Offered in the 7 1/2, 5 1/2, or 4 3/4-inch barrel lengths, in either the pre-1896-style Old Model with the cylinder base pin screw located in the front of the frame or the post-1896 Pre-War frame, where the cylinder base pin retaining screw is found on the side of the frame, in front of the cylinder. It comes in .32-20, .38-40, .38 Special/.357 Magnum, .44 Special, .44-40 or .45 Colt. Cimarron’s Model P is the sixgun of the West!

Product Information

Cartridge
  •  357 Magnum
  •  38-40 WCF
  •  44-40 WCF
  •  45 Colt (Long Colt)
Capacity
6 Round
Style
Weight
Barrel Length
Action Type
Revolver
Trigger Type
Single Action
Threaded Muzzle
No
Front Sight
Blade
Rear Sight
Fixed Notch
Frame Material
Steel
Grip Material
Wood
Frame Finish
Case Hardened
Grip Style
Smooth
Grip Color
Walnut
Compensated
No
Country of Origin
Italy

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The 1873 peacemaker-style revolver, originally designed for the U.S. Cavalry, quickly became the archetypical sixgun of the frontier. Available in a number of powerful chamberings in different barrel lengths, besides the "peacemaker," it was also known by other monikers like "hogleg," smoke wagon," and "equalizer." In civilian hands, it quickly earned a reputation as a rugged, hard-hitting, well-balanced revolver and outsold all competitors. Men like Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, John Selman, the James-Younger gang, the Daltons, Texas, and later the Arizona Rangers, all packed this legendary arm and did their smoky work with it. With the coming of the Silver Screen, the Model P was reintroduced to an entirely new generation of admirers. In the hands of such Western stars as John Wayne, Roy Rogers, Hopalong Cassidy, Tom Selleck, Clint Eastwood, and countless others, this sixgun has earned lasting fame with shooters and Old West fans alike! Considered as the most authentic and highest quality reproduction of the 1873 Colt, Cimarron's replica was reproduced in every detail from an original 1873 single action in the Cimarron antique collection and was not replicated by working simply from drawings, as with previous reproductions. Cimarron also took extra steps to improve the gun's reliability with the Cowboy Compaction which eliminates weaknesses associated with the 19th-century design. Offered in the 7 1/2, 5 1/2, or 4 3/4-inch barrel lengths, in either the pre-1896-style Old Model with the cylinder base pin screw located in the front of the frame or the post-1896 Pre-War frame, where the cylinder base pin retaining screw is found on the side of the frame, in front of the cylinder. It comes in .32-20, .38-40, .38 Special/.357 Magnum, .44 Special, .44-40 or .45 Colt. Cimarron's Model P is the sixgun of the West!

Product Information

Cartridge
  •  357 Magnum
  •  38-40 WCF
  •  44-40 WCF
  •  45 Colt (Long Colt)
Capacity
6 Round
Style
Weight
---
Barrel Length
Action Type
Revolver
Trigger Type
Single Action
Threaded Muzzle
No
Front Sight
Blade
Rear Sight
Fixed Notch
Frame Material
Steel
Grip Material
Wood
Frame Finish
Case Hardened
Grip Style
Smooth
Grip Color
Walnut
Compensated
No
Country of Origin
Italy
True to the originals, Uberti Top Break Revolvers come in 3 models, including the Russian Model with Cyrillic barrel stampings. Major George Schofield designed the Top Break as a cavalry pistol. Its efficient, break-open design could be operated with one hand. That made it easy to eject the spent cartridges and reload while on horseback. It was the Russian government that truly embraced the new sidearm. The Czar ordered 41,000 Top Breaks. Those had a modified grip design, lanyard ring, and a distinctive trigger spur.

Product Information

Cartridge
45 Colt (Long Colt)
Capacity
6 Round
Barrel Length
7 Inches
Action Type
Revolver
Trigger Type
Single Action
Threaded Muzzle
No
Barrel Finish
Blued
Front Sight
Blade
Rear Sight
Fixed Notch
Frame Material
Steel
Grip Material
Wood
Frame Finish
Blued
Grip Style
Smooth
Grip Color
Walnut
Compensated
No
Country of Origin
Italy
Made along the lines of the classic peacemaker-style revolver, like those used by the professional shootists of the Old West, Cimarron's Evil Roy Competition SA has features favored by renowned SASS World Champion and SASS National Champion shooter Gene "Evil Roy" Pearcey. What sets this sixgun apart from other single actions are the wide square-notch rear sight and wide constant width front sight, along with slim checkered grips for a better and firmer hand fit, and an action tuned by Cimarron's skilled gunsmiths. This fine-tuning incorporates Cimarron’s competition hammer and trigger/bolt springs that are lighter, smoother, and permit a crisp, no-creep trigger pull, and improved internal parts to enhance reliability. Each Evil Roy six-shooter wears his SASS signature, roll engraved on the barrel. Evil Roy competition single actions are offered in 4 3/4 and 5 1/2 -inch barrels, in popular Cowboy Action Shooters' chamberings. With the Evil Roy, you'll have the tool to shoot like a champion!

Product Information

Cartridge
  •  357 Magnum
  •  45 Colt (Long Colt)
Capacity
6 Round
Weight
---
Barrel Length
Action Type
Revolver
Trigger Type
Single Action
Threaded Muzzle
No
Barrel Finish
Blued
Front Sight
Blade
Rear Sight
Fixed Notch
Frame Material
Steel
Grip Material
Wood
Frame Finish
Case Hardened
Grip Style
Checkered
Grip Color
Walnut
Compensated
No

Product Information

Cartridge
  •  45 Colt (Long Colt)
  •  357 Magnum
Capacity
6 Round
Weight
40 Ounce
Barrel Length
4.75 Inches
Action Type
Revolver
Trigger Type
Single Action
Threaded Muzzle
No
Barrel Finish
Blued
Front Sight
Blade
Rear Sight
Groove
Frame Material
Steel
Grip Material
Wood
Frame Finish
Blued
Grip Style
Smooth
Grip Color
Walnut
Compensated
No
Country of Origin
Italy
For those discerning shooters who desired the smallest Glock possible, the company responded with the now popular G19 in 380 Auto with ultra-compact dimensions and easy-to-shoot characteristics. The G19 packs all the features Glock customers have come to appreciate - from the Glock Safe Action system with its multiple integrated safety features to the brand’s proven reliability and durability.

Product Information

Cartridge
380 ACP
Capacity
6+1 Round
Weight
13.76 Ounce
Barrel Length
3.25 Inches
Action Type
Semi-Automatic
Trigger Type
Striker
Safety
Trigger Block Safety
Threaded Muzzle
No
Barrel Finish
Black
Front Sight
Fixed Blade with White Dot
Rear Sight
Fixed Notch
Case Included
Yes
Frame Material
Polymer
Grip Material
Polymer
Frame Finish
Black
Slide Finish
Black
Grip Style
Smooth
Grip Color
Black
Compensated
No
Trigger Pull
6 Pound
Major George W. Schofield of the 10th Cavalry and an army ordnance officer, designed this revolver as an improvement over Smith & Wesson's No. 3 "American" model. Produced by S&W from 1875-1977, the U.S. Army ordered nearly 8,000 in the proprietary .45 Schofield cartridge and many saw service by the 4th Cavalry in the Geronimo campaign and by the buffalo soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry. Schofields were also put to work by the notorious James-Younger gang, U.S. Marshal Bill Tilghman, and Custer's chief of scouts "Lonesome Charley" Reynolds. Another roughly 1,000 guns were sold on the civilian market. Favored by many horse soldiers for its top-break, rapid ejection system, many considered it superior to the 1873 Colt Single Action for mounted work. In the 1880s, New York gun dealer Schuyler, Hartley Graham bought surplus Schofields, cut the barrels from 7 to 5 inches, and sold many of them to Wells Fargo & Company. Cimarron offers the Model No. 3 Schofield, the 2nd Model, copied directly from an original in Cimarron's vast collection of antique firearms. It's available in 5 inches in .38 Special or .45 Colt, or the cavalry length 7-inch barrel in .38 SP or .45 Colt. (.45 Colt chambered Cimarron Schofields also handle the .45 Schofield cartridge). Whether you are into the real Old West, or the "reel" West where hombre like the Schofield Kid from Clint Eastwood's Unforgiven, or gunman Charlie Prince from Russell Crowe's 3:10 To Yuma, packed these top-break sixguns, you'll enjoy owning a Cimarron Schofield! Markings: Left Grip: DAL Lt David A Lyle inspector Right Grip: CW Charles Woodman sub-inspector

Product Information

Cartridge
  •  44-40 WCF
  •  45 Colt (Long Colt)
  •  38 Special
Capacity
6 Round
Weight
---
Barrel Length
Action Type
Revolver
Trigger Type
Single Action
Threaded Muzzle
No
Barrel Finish
---
Front Sight
Blade
Rear Sight
Notch
Frame Material
Steel
Grip Material
Wood
Frame Finish
Grip Style
Smooth
Grip Color
Walnut
Compensated
No
Country of Origin
Italy
Weight
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