Uberti Introduces a New Line of SAAs Called the 1873 Horseman

Uberti Horseman Single-Action Army Revolver
Uberti Horseman Single-Action Army Revolver
Uberti Firearms
Uberti Firearms

ACCOKEEK, MD –-(Ammoland.com)- Uberti is pleased to introduce a new line of single-action army revolvers called the Horseman series.

These are Colt 1873 replicas that incorporate a modern transfer-bar safety system.

The fit, feel and finish of the Horseman is similar to the old west models, but with improvements that make the gun stronger and easier to handle.

The transfer-bar combined with a coil main spring provides durability and reliability that the cowboys of yesteryear would love to have had.

Besides the inclusion of the modern transfer-bar safety system, the Horseman embodies other upgraded features; including a wider trigger, and a smoother, crisper trigger pull. These upgrades provide modern advances and variations to the current models that make the Horseman one of the best single-action revolvers on the market today.

“There are other single-action revolvers with transfer bar safeties on the market,” said Stephen McKelvain, Benelli USA's VP of Marketing. “But if you desire one that has the classic look, fit and feel of the original 1873 Colt Single Action Army, the new Uberti 1873 Horseman is the only choice.”

COMMON SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Calibers: .357
  • Mag; .45 LC
  • Cylinder: 6-shot, fluted
  • Number of Grooves: 6
  • Twist: Right *
  • Total Length: 11″ *
  • Weight: 2.3 lbs.
  • Finish: Blue Grip: 1-pc Walnut
  • Barrel Lengths: 4¾”, 5½”, 7½”
  • MSRP: $559

*Varies according to barrel length

For more information on the full line of A. Uberti products go to www.uberti.com

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When I tried to cock my .45 Horseman for the first time, the action locked up, and I could not decock it. Sent it back to Uberti customer service. They were very nice on the phone, and I was assured they would fix it under warranty. After a few weeks, I got the gun back, but it was still locked up, just as it was when I sent it to them, with no repair whatsoever having been made. Sent it back a second time, and this time it was returned in good working order. I love the gun. It is… Read more »

walter morrison
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walter morrison

I want to carry six rounds on the street I’ll go with the new horseman 357. Walter Morrison Kerrville Texas

Keith Black
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Keith Black

I hope your not going to destroy all the SAA … If I wanted a new up dated piece I wouldn’t be looking for a exact old western gun … I guess I’ll have to shop around for “USED” guns … But if all new Ubertis have all this new garbage on them and I can’t get an original old model , It may not make any difference to their business , but I’ll never buy from them again …. Very disappointed !!!!!!

Gunman90
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Relax, the cattleman still exists. All they have done is introduce a new model to their lineup. It’s just adding choices, not reducing them.