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Uberti® Reproduction Colt® 1848 Dragoon 3rd Model .44 Black Powder Revolver looks, feels and shoots like the real McCoy!
With a shorter barrel and cylinder, improved loading lever, and lighter overall weight, the 1st Model Colt® 1848 Dragoon fixed a number of problems with its predecessor - the famous 1847 Walker - while preserving its jaw-dropping power. The Dragoon Revolver was an instant hit, both with the U.S. Army's Mounted Rifles (known as "Dragoons") who adopted it as standard-issue, as well as civilians looking for peace of mind.
While the 1st and 2nd Model Colt 1848 Dragoon Revolvers solved a number of issues with the Walker, it didn't stop Samuel Colt from further refining the classic Old West shooter. The 3rd Model Dragoon introduced frame cuts for detachable shoulder stocks, horizontal loading lever latches, folding leaf sights, and a round trigger guard.
The legend lives on with this faithful, premium-quality Reproduction. The way it looks, the way it shoots, the way it feels in your hand... it's all been beautifully preserved by Uberti®, the premier name in historical recreations. It's powerful and surprisingly accurate, an absolute hoot to shoot, and is guaranteed to impress as part of your collection. If you're looking to scratch your classic shooting itch, you will absolutely not be disappointed.The details:
- Caliber: .44
- Barrel material: Blued steel
- Barrel length: 7.5"
- Barrel twist: Left
- Number of grooves: 7
- Grip: 1-Pc. walnut
- Cylinder: 6-shot engraved
- Trigger guard: brass
- Frame: Steel, case-hardened
- Backstrap: Blued steel
- Total length: 13.4"
- Weight: 4 lbs., 2 ozs.
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