Cimarron Model No. 3 Schofield Wells Fargo CA850 45 Colt

For historical accuracy, all of these revolvers get an A. The Schofield suffered due to its handling compared to the SAA clones, but we did not rate the revolver down on this. As is, it is a fine representation of the breed. But we did not like the relatively poor accuracy. Just the same, if you like your cowboy guns with a different flair, this is certainly a different handgun. We find Cimarron’s generous warranty attractive.

This is a storied revolver. The Smith & Wesson top-break revolvers were an alternative to the Colt Single Action Army. They offered a top-break system that ejected all spent cases automatically and was much easier to load quickly.
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