Gun Report

Uberti Cattleman Bisley 346040 38 Special/357 Magnum, $609

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If you want a traditional Bisley, buy the Uberti. It was well made, had a beautiful finish, and furnished good accuracy, even with the 19th-century-style grip.

Uberti Cattleman Bisley 346040 38 Special/357 Magnum, $609

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The ejector head pivots away from the barrel like a traditional Single Action Army.
The Uberti needs to be on half cock for the shooter to rotate and load the chambers.
The Uberti’s firing pin is located in the hammer (arrow). The Ruger’s firing pin is in the frame.
The Uberti uses a cylinder bushing like traditional SAA revolvers.
When we field-stripped the revolvers to get a better sense of their ease of disassembly and manufacturing, we found fit and finish for both were well executed.

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