Uberti 1872 Army Open-Top Late Model .38 Special 7.5" 341351
Guns International #: 101267018 Seller's Inventory #: 341351
Category: Uberti Revolvers - .38 Special Revolvers
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Seller: Elk County Ammo and Arms
Company: Elk County Ammo and Arms
Member Since: 5/10/11
Country: United States
Phone: (814) 834-9451
Fax: (844) 553-1123
Number of Active Listings: 3227
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
If you are paying by credit card, add 3% to the total cost of your purchase. If your purchase is being paid by cash, money order or certified check this fee does not apply. All firearms ship for a flat rate of $30.00 unless otherwise stated.
Payment Types Accepted: Only USPS money orders and US bank issued cashier's checks are accepted for non credit card purchases. All credit card payments must be billed to a US based address.
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Model: 1872 Army Open-Top Late Model
Caliber: .38 Special
Barrel Length: 7.5" Round
Cylinder: 6-Shot, Engraved
Case Hardened Frame, Steel Backstrap and Trigger Guard
Twist: 1:18.75" RH
Grip: 1-pc walnut
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.
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ORDERS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM US RESIDENTS OF THE LOWER 48 STATES, ALASKA AND HAWAII. OUR FFL CLASS DOES NOT ALLOW FOR THE EXPORT OF FIREARMS, THEREFORE WE CANNOT SHIP OUT OF THE US.
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