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Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by B27, Nov 6, 2012.
....is in my opinion the Colt 1861 Navy-
(that's an Uberti repro)
...of course, opinions may vary.
Evolution of the Colt single action sixgun 1860-1873: Model 1860 Army,
Richard-Mason Cartridge Conversion, 1871-72 Open-Top and the 1873 Peacemaker.
I saw an Uberti open top at the gun store yesterday. It's a .38spl. The look and feel of it was just elegant. It was priced close to $499, which was a little out of my price range, but it sure was classy looking.
Do you actually own all them pistols?
Yup. I'm a semi-auto guy, but every time I pick up my '61 Navy repro
it puts a smile on my face.
All the best of the '51 Navy and '60 Army combined in one package.
Plus 1.. I have only 1 revolver, it is a Ruger Old Vaquero .45lc and everytime I pick it up I giggle like a schoolboy. I love the old ones.
Heres two I think should be on the short list, a repo walker and a 1915 vintage colt