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I just have some old hog legs 45's 1875&1906, remington1870's, 38-44/40 1878-1906, 22 from the 1960's
 

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Agreed.^^^

How does one know which are the three click revolvers Vs the four click? Apparently Uberti made them both ways.?
The 4 click revolvers have the trigger close to the rear of the trigger guard. 3 click revolvers have it closer to center.
 

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I have shown this one a few times,

An Italian copy of the Colt Model P, this one in 45 ACP.
Revolver Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Shotgun


Revolver Air gun Trigger Shotgun Gun barrel


These, however, would be my favorite cartridge Single Action revolvers,

A pair of Richards conversion revolvers by Armi San Marco, chambered in 44 Colt.

Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel Shotgun



And, if you will permit me to go back a decade more, this pair of replica 1861 Colt Improved Navy Model, by Uberti.

Air gun Trigger Grey Gun barrel Wood


I have more but those would be my top picks, for Single Action.

Kevin
 

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First photo are two of my 3 Mossberg Abilenes, one in .44 Magnum, scoped one is .357 Magnum and my EDC Ruger Birdshead Vaquero in .45ACP.
Other photos are of my Mossberg Abilene .44 Mag with it original box and paperwork.
I have a 3" barrel heritage Birdshead understudy in .22/.22 Magnum for the Ruger and several other .22 SA's but don't have any photos of them.
 

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