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    Hi all,

    Slight thread re-direct: is anyone aware of a classic styled single action .45 Colt revolver with adjustable sights (other than the Ruger Blackhawk)?

    Thanks!

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    Colt New Frontier.
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    IMG_1774Colt.JPG

    This is one I have in 45Colt. I also have one in 22lr. Not sure what other calibers you can find them in. I had been looking for one in 32-20, but never any luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flatsneck View Post
    I have two Uberti cattleman 1873's and I am very impressed with them and I shoot them often. One in 45Colt and the other in 357mag.

    I can say the fit and finish on mine are top notch and I wont hesitate to buy other offerings from Uberti. The cylinder lockup on mine are nice and tight and correct. The triggers right out of the box had no perceivable creep and both are just a hair over 2.5 lb triggers.

    Of all the firearms I own, these are in the special pile of goodies that I have not found a need to tinker with or "improve" anything on.

    Almost every other time I shoot anywhere, I bring one of them out. they're just a hoot to shoot and haven't given me the first issue.

    I will recommend Uberti's to anyone looking for a quality Single action replica. I own an original Colt and I honestly think the Uberti's are better and more "precise" to be completely honest.

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    I own the Cattleman in 1873, too. Excellent in all respects. My first one came with a misaligned front sight blade. It took me awhile to figure out it was the gun and not my shooting, but Uberti replaced it with an excellent unit. Uberti is a good option.
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    Looking at Uberti web site there is a Callahan Target model with adjustable sights.
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    Now, looking at the Uberti catalog it is confusing on which models have the Retractable (floating) firing pin. I'd ask your dealer to make sure when ordering or taking delivery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edcknives View Post
    Curious as to what you are referring to?

    edcknives,

    I don't like their current plywood grips, or their current finish......I never liked the BH front sights........I also think they have now become "price point" pistols.
    Nothing wrong with them, but I just want a better fit and finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhansen View Post
    Now, looking at the Uberti catalog it is confusing on which models have the Retractable (floating) firing pin. I'd ask your dealer to make sure when ordering or taking delivery.
    Yes, the Uberti catalog and web site don't cover (explain) much on the FP safety design, or the "wider easier sights" ** listed for the Competition model that I'm shopping............But I think I have my research down, so I don't expect any surprises..........

    ** I'm hoping the front sight is a bit thicker, and the rear is a square trough, not a "U" trough..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhansen View Post
    Colt New Frontier.
    dhansen,
    I have the same pistol, but with a 5 1/2" barrel...............They are becoming very pricey, now that Colt is no longer making them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhansen View Post
    Looking at Uberti web site there is a Callahan Target model with adjustable sights.
    I saw that.............looks very much like a Colt New Frontier, at less than 1/3 the price............

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