Came across a used Cimarron Firearms "Man with No Name" Uberti reproduction movie revolver at the LGS this week. They only wanted 220 bucks for it--so I jumped on it as the pistol was in pretty good shape (had a couple buggered screws for which I have already ordered replacements). The revolver is a recreation of the Colt that Eli Wallach used as the bandit Tuco in "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly". This is NOT a reproduction of any Colt revolver from the Pre-Civil War or Civil War era---its a fully functional repro of a movie prop. The "Man with No Name" 38 SPL/38 Colt revolver is a grafting of a Colt Navy 1851 octagon barrel to a 1871/1872 Open Top Colt frame w/o a mounted spring loaded cartridge ejector rod. The pistol loved my 38 SPL quasi-cowboy loads of 125 gr hardcast and 5 grs of Trail Boss at the range yesterday. I had a hoot shooting this movie revolver and the sale price only made it better.