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1875 Outlaw Cowboy Action Revolver 357/.38 Special 7 1/2" Standard Blue & Case Finish
Item: CA150  Ample Stock
| Manufacturer: Uberti Imported by Cimarron Firearms
Your Price: $496.30
Uberti manufactured Cimarron imported cowboy action revolver Remington Model 1875. In 1875 Remington entered the cartridge revolver market with the Outlaw, an Army-style large framed six-shooter to compete with the Colt Peacemaker. Remington kept the large frame and overall styling of their 1858 percussion revolver when designing the 1875 Outlaw, a sturdy design recognized by lawmen and Civil War veterans. The infamous Frank James even carried one for most of his outlaw career, just as Uberti has faithfully reproduced here for your shooting experience.

Specs-Standard blued/case color finish, 7 1/2" barrel, .357 Magnum - .38 Special caliber, 1 piece walnut grip. Firearm weighs approx. 2.6 lbs.

Manufacturer: Uberti Imported by Cimarron Firearms
Required Shipping Method: USPS Priority
Shipping Weight: 6 lbs
Average Rating
 3 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Reviewed By: Ed V.
Review Date: 11/25/2015
Comments: I saw the last review of this pistol and just had to comment. I purchased one and have shot it extensively with no problems. I did however, check all the screws as you should before your first shooting session. I can find no fault in this great product. B...
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Reviewed By: tim c.
Review Date: 9/6/2015
Comments: Purchased two of these in june 2015. One for me and one for a friend. Both are 2nd hand junk. When shooting one it pierces the primers, firing pin falls out,screws start loosening after the first few shots. That one is on its third trip back. Mine is on i...
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