Cimarron Uberti 5 1/2" Back Powder
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    Cimarron Uberti 5 1/2" Back Powder

    I went out looking for a blued 7 1/2" Pietta or Uberti today. I couldn't find one. I also checked out a few new production Cimarron Uberti's and they're only "3" click guns? When did this happen? my 2008 and the 2017 one below are "4" click guns.

    At one shop I had a choice between a 4 3/4" EMF in 44-40 or a 5 1/2" inch Cimarron in .45 Colt. I chose the Cimarron. It's a Black powder frame Uberti that dates to 2017. The price was $379 and it was listed as used. When I got it home, I realized it was actually new and unfired. This does not have the hammer safety. And the screws are fire blue (a nice touch). It had the large head screw for the cylinder pin, but I luckily had an extra flush fit screw. Although the flush fit screw isn't your normal slot style. It looks like it takes some kind of forked screw driver pit. Is this normal? Is there some kind of tool for this screw?

    And the EMF was listed for $329, but wasn't as clean and nice as the Uberti.



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    Score! great gun at a great price.. love the BP Frame and bullseye ejector head.... thanks for sharing.

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    Looks just like mine, but mine is 44,



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator89 View Post
    Looks just like mine, but mine is 44,



    https://www.coltforum.com/forums/cim...gap-today.html
    Yep, I think that's what mine is. Here's what I found on the net: Cimarron MP513 Model P
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    I purchased a New Rooster Shooter last fall and it turned out to be one of the "new" 3-click revolvers. My understanding is that all Uberti produced SAAs produced for Cimarron will eventually be the 3-click style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sugarfoot View Post
    I purchased a New Rooster Shooter last fall and it turned out to be one of the "new" 3-click revolvers. My understanding is that all Uberti produced SAAs produced for Cimarron will eventually be the 3-click style.
    Some Ubertis will continue to be four clickers, others will be 3 clickers. There is a thread on here about it somewhere.

    Pre War frame models will continue to be 4 clickers, others 3 clickers.

    https://www.coltforum.com/forums/lou...-cimarron.html
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    That's mighty fine sir! Enjoy it.

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    Well not a Cimarron, but I did go back to pick-up the .44-40. ASM made, EMF imported Hartford Model dating to 1991. For $325 OTD, I couldn't resist. Even shot it on the way home.



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    Cimarron and Uberti are making some really nice sixguns.


 

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