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    Grabbed another Uberti Colt SAA Clone

    Been fighting the flu throughout this whole weekend. The only bright point from the past couple of days was picking up this Uberti Cattlemen 32-20 from the FFL on Friday. I will try it out with some reloads that I have ginned up for my S&W Mod 1902 32-20 sometime later this week.
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    When I saw this sticker on the bottom of the Uberti box--I was reminded again why I relocated to the south after retiring from the U. S. Army.
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    Here is my "new" Uberti with my S&W Model 1902 and a ASM (Armi San Marcos) Colt SAA clone--all of them are chambered in 32-20.
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    Congrats Jay, looks good, like the 4.5" barrel.
    Nice trio, hope ya beat the crud.

    RP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pereira View Post
    Congrats Jay, looks good, like the 4.5" barrel.
    Nice trio, hope ya beat the crud.

    RP
    I sure hope so too Randy. I really need to go to work tomorrow since I have some looming deadlines at the end of the week. I had a light touch of the flu a couple months back. With that and our current nice weather, I was hoping to escape the rest of the flu season.
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    very nice! I love the 32wcf it is one of my favorites...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLSKOOL View Post
    very nice! I love the 32wcf it is one of my favorites...
    I got into the caliber after buying a NIB 1990 1894CL 32-20 for the wife about three years back. After starting to reload for her rifle--I figured it was time to get some pistols in that caliber too.
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    Nice collection! Thanks for sharing. The only decent 32-20 I have come across was a Ruger Blackhawk convertible chambered in 32 H&R Magnum with an extra 32-20 cylinder. The 32 H&R cylinder was missing, but I really wasn't interested in that caliber anyway. I bought for (if memory serves) about $325. Very nice shooting gun and cartridge.
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    Very nice Jay, great collection of 32-20's you have put together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhansen View Post
    Very nice Jay, great collection of 32-20's you have put together.
    Thanks Dave. The 7.5 inch ASM Colt clone is pretty heavy since there is more metal in the barrel and between the cylinder holes due to the 32 caliber chambering. I wouldn't want to be clonked on the head with this pistol--it will definitely leave a mark.
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    Those Italians do some nice work , wonder if the Month + of vacation time and endless sick leave has anything to do with it.
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    I think all the Italian imported SAA have been done very well, it is neat to be able to have and compare the variety of SAA clones that have been made over the years. Variations in the rear groove or channel (pinched frame) Cylinder pin diameter changes, safety systems, Cylinder bushing and pin retainers. Even the grip handles and grip panels. Uberti has done some switching around that has been interesting, makes you wonder if any of the piecing together from different models ever occurred on a gun smiths table in the late 1890's or early 1900's.
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