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Chiappa 1873-22 SAA 22LR 4.75" 6 Black Checkered

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Model: 187322BLU
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 80371
 
UPC: 752334187307
 
MFG: Hi Point

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Chiappa's 1873 SAA-22 is a reproduction of the 1873 Single Action revolver which combines classic Old West design with modern technology and manufacturing. This rimfire six gun has a rifled 6-groove steel barrel with a 1:16" twist. Most of the mechanism and components are constructed from a specially formulated alloy for greater ductility and flexibility, assuring long lasting reliability and durability. It has a manual locking safety and a highly visible red indicator showing when it is ready to shoot. The 1872 SAA-22 It has black plastic checkered grips with a black or antiqued metal finish.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Black
Type Revolver
Action Single
Caliber 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length 4.75"
Capacity 6
Safety No Manual Safety
Grips Black
Sights Fixed

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Reviewed By: Lonnie K on 06/06/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I'll preface this review by stating that I am a Single Six owner so that the reader has proper context. This little Chiappa as a number of things going for it. The first thing that I noticed was the heavy build. It almost seems overbuilt for a .22. The cylinder is centerfire size. The grips are nice for a gun this price. I was most pleasantly surprised by the trigger. While it ain't no Ruger, the trigger is surprisingly smooth and breaks pretty cleanly. As far as accuracy is concerned, while I'm no marksman, it seems to shoot to point of aim when I get my technique correct. The finish of the gun is ok for this price point. As for the negatives, one thing I noticed is that the cylinder has noticeably more slop in the play than I'm used to. The cylinder tended to get hung up and move stiffly upon extracting the spent casings. That may improve with break in. As for the extractor itself, it seems a little on the flimsy side-more like a wire than a rod. I would like a broader trigger for a better feel and purchase. All in all I think the gun is a good value for the price paid. I'll probably shoot it until it dies.