Skip to comments.Uberti 1873 Cattleman 12-Shot .22 LR Caliber Revolver
Posted on 01/19/2013 5:41:00 AM PST by marktwain
ACCOKEEK, MD --(Ammoland.com)- Uberti is pleased to introduce a new 1873 Cattleman chambered for .22 LR caliber.
Featuring a cylinder that holds 12 rounds of .22 LR, Ubertis latest development doubles your shooting pleasure with one loading.
Given the same fit and feel of a traditional Cattleman, this .22 LR is both practical and economical.
Ubertis Cattleman 12-Shot features a color-case hardened frame, with blued-steel barrel, backstrap and trigger guard. The stock is a beautiful one-piece walnut grip thats hand-rubbed to a satin smooth oil finish. It is available in 4 ¾-, 5 ½-, and 7 ½-inch barrel lengths and comes with fixed sights.
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Clearly a single-action assault revolver.
I really like the looks of it, and would like to get one just for the heck of it. From the photo, it looks to be about as big as I am—and fully loaded may weigh as much as I do-—LOL!
Uh oh! Not available in NY, CT, MA, CA. Evil 10+ rd “clip”. And if it comes in black, nu uh! I guess they’ll need to put the kibosh on evil black suburbans too. You know, assault vehicles. Idiots.
Carson City. Noon. Today. Need the fog to clear!
I have an High Standard 22 with a 9 1/2” barrel. Its fun to shoot but a pain to clean.
My uncle used to wear it while handling the cattle out in South Dakota. Mostly used it to shoot rattlesnakes.
implying 8 will kill schoolchildren
Dems do not have the guts to do what they really want to do.
No cattleman needs that.
According to Danny Glover (has-been actor and current community activist), this is just the thing for suppressing aboriginal peoples and slave revolts. I’ll take two, please.
Uberti makes some nice wheelguns. It looks looks just like my Cattleman except mine only has 6 holes in the wheel, each about the size of a .45 Colt.
Had an argument with one of em this last week. He’s a Brit but considers himself a New Yorker living in Tampa.
He openly said gun owners were responsible for the dead children in CT. I ended up inviting him to take the guns from the 50 million gun owners in the US. Lack of guts was clearly displayed on his face.
MSRP $559. Probably around $800 by now, if even available.
Nice. But what would be really nice would be a large-capacity break-top auto-ejector.
I have two very nice S&W revolvers, each with a 6” barrel. One’s .38 special and the other’s a .357 mag. Compared to my semi-auto pistols, each is a superb target gun, especially when firing .38 spcl. wad cutters.
The big reason is each has a single stage trigger with a very light, crisp touch.
Now there’s coffee sprayed all over the room.
As a cattleman/rancher I have to agree. I load my truck daily with a Styer Pro Hunter 243 (four legged varmints), Smith and Wesson 6 inch Model 48 ( no legged varmints) and a Springfield Loaded Model 45 ACP (two legged varmints).
On my personal wishlist is a K38 masterpiece and a j-frame kitgun. For the moment I’m stuck on 3 S&W’s (won’t get any more permits), but all are old, bright blue and mint. Got a m29 8-3/4 virtually unfired from some guy who carried it for a year in the arctic as a backup gun. It was lubed in fish oil :)).
Notice it has "one" of the NY outlawed features, too. A pistol grip!
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