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There's a new sheriff's model in town!!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by BCCL, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. BCCL

    BCCL Member

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    Well, not really a "sheriff's model", but she's a short barreled gal! :)

    Picked this up yesterday, Uberti "El Patron CMS" 3.5" .45 Colt.

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    Can't wait to get to the range, it is by far the smoothest out-of-the-box action I've ever had on a new Uberti. Not sure what all they do to these above what a regular Uberti gets, but they did it right, whatever it was!
     
  2. wheelyfun66

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    Beautiful!!
    Will keep posted for a range report ;)
     
  3. Fremmer

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    Nice finish!
     
  4. horsemen61

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    nice very nice
     
  5. bannockburn

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    Sweet! The overall size kind of reminds me of Rugers SASS model, especially with the hammer. One of the first single action revolovers I ever had was a short barreled Sheriffs (or more properly named the less glamourous sounding Shopkeepers), model. I just liked the look of it.
     
  6. Armored farmer

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    Wow, she's a nice one. I have a weakness for those short s/a'a.
    Keep us posted on how it prints.
     
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    Nice! I like the short SA's.
     
  8. BCCL

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    I'm curious to see how much difference it is to shoot over other SA's. I've never had one with a barrel under 4 5/8.
     
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    Like BCCL the shortest barrel I have is a 4 5/8. Would like to see a range report. I do not need another SA but this one starts me to thinking again.
     
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    NICE! I like the shorty, the colors, the wide hammer AND the grips! Fun gun indeed.
     
  11. stanmo

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    My 4 inch shoots fine, I doubt 1/2 inch will make any difference shooting. That's a nice piece, it looks better with the shorter barrel.

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  12. Armored farmer

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    I do not need another s/a.
    I do not need another s/a.
    I do not need another s/a.

    (It's not helping)
     
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    Nice guns. I HAD one of the Beretta/Uberti 3.5" .45 Colt single actions. Traded it away an now I miss it. It was a fun shooter. :banghead:
     
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    I picked up a Beretta Stampede 5 1/2" 45 Colt last year, and I love it. Shoots great, very accurate.
     
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