I nearly bought a Uberti a few days ago. But I didn't. I now actually have a Colt Single Action, the first one I've ever actually handled. 7.5" barrel, case hardened/blued, .45 Colt. It is nice. I literally got chills when they opened the box to check out the revolver. Cabela's dudes were very helpful and the price was "only" 11% over MSRP, which for Cabela's and for SAAs is IMO pretty good these days. If you disagree, well, it wasn't your money. My initial impressions: --lighter than I imagined --smaller than I imagined --4 clicks are just as satisfying as I imagined --shoots pretty much to POA, at least with factory Ultramax 200 grain and American Eagle 225 grain, which I wasn't expecting --action is a tad rough, and trigger is a bit stiff, with some creep. Uberti Evil Roys are much smoother, for example. Definitely shootable and satisfying, though. I may try to learn what/where to polish, or send it off for a professional action job if I ever win the lottery. Photobucket is down today so you'll have to wait for pics, but here's a video if you are interested. https://youtu.be/v9iReupY0pI Further discussion will be requested once the pics are functioning, but on close inspection it appears Colt may have sold me a slightly used firearm, judging by some bluing wear at the front of the cylinder and maybe left edge of the muzzle; common for revolvers that have been holstered. I can't think of any other explanation but honestly I didn't notice it during my hasty, adrenaline-fueled inspection, and I would probably have purchased the gun regardless. You may call that stupid but I've been wanting one of these for decades and seriously looking for 3 years. So... anyway. I'm happy with it, and it shoots and handles well. I imagine once I win the lottery I'll send it off for ivories, assuming it's still legal then, and maybe have Ford's reblue the cylinder. You may opine that I'm being anal about it once you see the pics, but it's very strange and it does bother me a little.