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Cimarron CA916 Open Top Army 6RD 45LC 7.5"

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Model: CA916
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 411539886
UPC: 814230011152
MFG: Cimarron

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Specifications and Features: Caliber: .45 COLT. Barrel Length: 7 1/2 in. Style: Open Top Army. Frame: Case Hardened. Finish: Standard Blue. Grip: 1 Piece Walnut. Weight: 2.5 Lbs. The graceful lines created by nineteenth century artisans have been captured fully in this late 20th century work of art in steel. The Cimarron Open Top is without a doubt the finest replica to come forth in the last decade. - Texas Jack Harvey -
Finish Tiger
Action Break Open
Caliber Not Listed
Barrel Length 3.58"
Capacity 14 + 1/15 + 1
Grips Antique Finish
Sights 3-Dot Adjustable
Weight 2.5 lbs
Finish Case Hardened
Type Revolver
Action Single
Caliber 45 Long Colt
Barrel Length 7.5"
Capacity 6
Grips Wood
Sights Fixed
Weight 2.5 lbs
Finish Chrome
Type Revolver
Caliber Multiple
Barrel Length 5.05"
Capacity 40 1
Grips Pink
Sights Fixed Front, Rear Adjustable
Weight 2.5 lbs

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3 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.7 of 5 Stars! [4.7 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Joseph C on 04/24/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Sweet! This 45LC is just what I was looking for...Beautifully lines and the fit and finish is second to none. Thank you Bud's for a great deal.

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Reviewed By: Robert T on 06/24/2015 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I really like this firearm, but know what you are getting.

Positives (for me):

It's different. Not like the 200 other various 1873 replicas.
I think the lines of this revolver are beautiful. It, and the 1860 army cap and ball it shares many commonalities with, is from a time when form was considered as much as function.
The barrel position makes it an ideal "pointer" for me. It just feels right - I shoot this a lot better than my EMF 1873 replica.
The Army style grip frame is somewhat larger than an 1873 grip or, for that matter, the 1851 Navy grip. For my larger hands, it makes a lot of difference.
Cylinder lock up is very accurate and tight.
The quality seems reasonable for the price. Finish is good and the firearm seems (mostly, as practical) faithful to the original.

Negatives (in general)

The design, while prettier than the 1873, is inferior to the 1873 - which is a truly classic design.
The sights are, well, there. They're even somewhat usable in decent light. But they aren't great. Better than a notch in the hammer. For me, the "pointability" makes up for them.
Don't shoot anything hotter than cowboy loads - it's surprisingly strong the way it's put together but it still lacks the frame rigidity for anything remotely hot. The instructions reiterate this.
Cleaning it can be a bit of an experience. The barrel assembly attaches and separates from the frame using a metal wedge - and it's a very tight fit. Once it's apart, cleaning and lubricating it is a breeze. Getting it apart can require some "persuasion" from a mallet and wooden or gunsmiths wedge - once the metal wedge is successfully removed (mallet and dowel). I made a wedge from wood covered in electrical tape. Check youtube for cap and ball revolver disassembly to get a feel for the procedure. Be sure to leave a proper barrel to cylinder gap when reassembling. don't over-do it on the metal fixing wedge.
The loading gate is very stiff and is held in place with an external leaf spring almost guaranteed to wear some of the loading gate's finish.
The unloading mechanism is clunky compared to an 1873. The rod requires a two axis movement to eject cartridges.
As delivered, the action in general was very stiff. Clean it well and fully lubricate using a good LP (I use Mpro-7) and it improves dramatically.

Personally, I love the revolver and wouldn't part with it. But it's no Vaquero - it's quirky. If that's what you want it's great.

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Reviewed By: Paul G on 11/20/2013 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I ordered mine in September & am very happy with it. Bought a holster & belt & the next time I go hunting it is coming along.

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