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A few weeks ago, I finally got around to adding a single action centerfire to the collection. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to get any range time yet. I’m really chomping at the bit to change that. (Stupid virus!)

Anyway, here she is ... My new Uberti 1873 “El Patron” chambered in .45 colt

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The color-case hardening is gorgeous on this revolver! (cell phone pics don’t really do it justice)
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Hey Bump,

That is a real BEAUTY!

Later, Mark
 
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sweet shoot in good health mate..

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I have a Cattleman model. It's a joy to shoot. It took me about 6 years to get it.
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I gat mine about 5 years ago and they are excellent guns. Read in one review that the "El Patron" was made for horse riding/shooting cowboy competitions and the hammer and action is custom tuned. I have not really tried my other SAs against it but is well balanced and does have one of the smoothest hammer actions I have found. Enjoy that one. I know is easier to cock than my Uberti 1873.
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