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CIMARRON 1875 OUTLAW .357 MAG.

   5 Reviews| 2 Questions & Answers
Model: CA150
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 719008340
 
UPC: 844234109937
 

CIMARRON 1875 OUTLAW .357 MAG.

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UPC

844234109937
BARREL LENGTH IN INCHES 7.5000
CALIBER .357 MAGNUM
CYLINDER CAPACITY 6.0000
DRILLED AND TAPPED N
GRIPS MATERIAL WALNUT
HAMMER TYPE STANDARD
METAL FINISH BLUED/CASE COLORED
NEWITEM YES
SIGHT TYPE FIXED
TRIGGER TYPE STANDARD
WEIGHT IN OUNCES 41.6000
Product Information
Type Revolver
Caliber 38 Special P
Capacity 59
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Type Suppressor Height 3-Dot
Caliber 9×21mm
Capacity 15
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Type Single Shot
Caliber 429 DE
Capacity 18 + 1
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Type Revolver
Caliber 357 Magnum
Capacity 6
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Type Rifle
Caliber .480 Ruger/.475 Linebaugh
Capacity 33+1

 
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Reviewed By: on 09/25/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Absolutely beautiful 1875 Remington Replica by Cimarron/Uberti. Excellent in every way in a 38/357Magnum Caliber. Because of current technology, AutoCad programs and current metals, it is probably much better made and quality than the original.
Reviewed By: on 02/27/2019
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Love to shoot this pistol it is great
Reviewed By: on 06/13/2018
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

Once again Bud’s wins in my book. I bought two of these, both were flawless and function perfectly. Shipping was fast. I recommend Bud’s to everyone looking to buy a new gun. Always the lowest prices and extremely easy transaction process.
Reviewed By: on 05/29/2017
Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!

I purchased this pistol for a graduation gift for my son, and to say that he was pleased would be a gross understatement. This is a beautifully made revolver. I was a little leery about the case coloring, based on the picture here that Bud's uses, thinking that due to the rarety of this particular model in .357 that the photo shown was a picture of the actual revolver that Bud's has in stock. It is not. It is a stock photo, and the exact photo is used elsewhere. Why Cimarron would use a picture with what seems to me as washed out looking color-hardening is a mystery, since my son's pistol is absolutely beautiful in the finish department. The pistol shoots tight groups, but being a fixed sighted gun that can shoot a very wide variety of loads, in both bullet weight as well as velocity, I would suggest experimenting to see what your gun shoots closest to where the sights are looking, since faster and/or lighter loads seem to shoot lower than slower and/or heavier loads. My son originally wanted a .45 Colt chambered gun, but when we priced ammunition, and found a serious scarcity of loads locally, the .38 /.357 made a lot more sense. My son argued for authenticity, but this particular revolver, a Remington copy, wasn't offered in .45 until several years into its life, so technically a .45 Colt isn't as authentic as it seems. Besides, with factory ammunition, the .357 is MUCH more pistol than a .45 Colt. We found out by calling a couple of local stores that we could buy 100 .38 Special P jacketed hollow points for 50 cents cheaper than 20 .45 Long Colts designed for defensive use. Yes, you can shop online and find a "cheap" box of 50 45's for around $43 dollars, and your local stores may keep those in stock, but for my money, the .357 makes more sense. And it makes watermelons tremble! I definitely recommend it.
Reviewed By: on 12/14/2016
Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!

if you didnt get one i dont think you ever will. this was a hard one to find in .357 mag. and of course buds had it because they have everything. i like the feel of this over the SAA little more grip to hold on to but the action is sloppy. i often miss half cock because it doesnt always make a crisp click. the quality of the work matches the model it looks like it was made in 1875. there are notches in the metalwork around the cylinder housing. the grips dont completely fit and hang off the metal in some spots. sight are mostly on but with all guns like this some adjustment is manually done when firing to compensate. the 357 mag hits home with some pop but the 38 special is a joke in this gun. makes it feel like a .380. overall not to bad. i was excited to get a Remington clone and in 357 mag. but the gun itself as a whole did not deliver. shoots great but flaws are apparent. lucky for me it is not 1875 and this is a "fun" gun.
 
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