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Uberti 1851 Navy Model Revolver U341359, 38 Special, 5.5\", W

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Model: 341359
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 415003176
UPC: 037084984162

Uberti 1851 Navy Model Revolver U341359, 38 Special, 5.5\\\
Uberti 1851 Navy Model Revolver U341359, 38 Special, 5.5\\\

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In 1872 Colt entered the market for metallic cartridge revolvers by introducing their factory-installed percussion-to-cartridge open top conversion of the 1861 Navy cap-and-ball revolver, followed quickly by the Richards-Mason conversion of the 1860 Army the following year. Based on a patent held by Colt employees Charles Richards and William Mason, the old cap and ball cylinders were cut down at the back to allow the installation of a conversion ring to accept metallic cartridges.

In addition to civilian orders, Colt received an Army contract in 1871 to convert 1,000 Model 1860 Army percussion revolvers to use the .44-caliber centerfire cartridge being manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal. Eventually a total of 9,000 Open Tops and 2,100 Richards-Mason conversions were produced. Ultimately thousands of the Colt and Remington converted percussion revolvers found their way into the hands of sheriffs, outlaws, gunfighters, soldiers, cowboys, miners and ranchers throughout the Old West.

The conversion revolvers were also fitted with ejector rods, a necessity for removing fired casings from the cylinder. br> The 1860 Conversion revolver frames had to be fitted with spacers in order to function properly and safely with the shortened cartridge conversion cylinders. 
The frames on Uberti’s conversion revolvers are retro-fitted with loading gates to accommodate cartridges, exactly like the originals.

Type Not Listed
Caliber 5.56x45mm NATO
Barrel Length 4.3"
Capacity 6/7
Type Revolver
Caliber 45-70 Govt
Barrel Length 7 3/4"
Capacity 7+1/8+1
Type Semi-Automatic
Caliber .45 Colt
Barrel Length Overall Length
Capacity 10 1 and 15 1
Type Revolver
Caliber 38 Special
Barrel Length 5.5"
Capacity 6

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Reviewed By: on 05/19/2020
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

love it. very well built and looks good. very accurate with cowboy loads.trigger pull is light, just as it should be. and as usual buds shipping was fast

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