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Uberti Outlaws & Lawmen "Frank" .45 Colt 7.5" 1875 Single Action Army Outlaw Revolver 356713

SKU 356713-Uberti

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Description

New for 2018 is the Uberti Outlaws & Lawmen "Frank" 1875 Single Action Army Outlaw Revolver. The "Frank" 1875 Army is almost an exact replica of the 1875 Remington revolver carried by Frank James, brother of the infamous Jesse James and is one of the three revolvers featured in Uberti's Outlaws & Lawmen lineup. This revolver in .45 Colt features a 7.5 inch barrel, ivory style handle, and a fully nickel plated steel frame. The "Frank" is about as close as you're going to get to a James-Younger Gang revolver.


Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Caliber:.45 Colt
  • Weight:2.8 lbs.
  • Action:Single Action
  • Sights:Front Blade
  • Magazine Capacity:6 Rounds
  • Grips:Ivory Sytle
  • Barrel Length:7.5"
  • Frame Finish:Nickel Plated
  • Caliber or Gauge:.45 Colt
  • Pistol Night Sights:No
  • Pistol Optics Ready:No
  • Product TypeHandguns
  • UPC037084960173
  • MPN356713

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
July 28, 2020

Excellent weapon based off the 1858 New model Army Remington. Different grip feel than other western guns and less parts ..... more rugged than others ...... while most were 44-40 the 45 Colt was reputed the guns issued to Indian Agents ......I have fired over 10,000 rounds with my 44-40 that I have had since 1978 and only had a problem with a broken hand and a minor problem with the ejector rod. I highly recommend the Uberti 1875 Remington

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