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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-04-2015, 11:00 AM
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My Uberti, out of the box shoots better than any other revolver I have. Close as you can get to a Colt clone. All around Great Gun.

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The best 45 Colt I've ever owned was/is a Blackhawk 4 5/8. As accurate as anyone can hold it at 50 yards, shooting 300 grn. hardcast wide flatpoint over a healthy dose of 2400 is now the only load I shoot in it. It will do it all.
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post #34 of 37 (permalink) Old 04-15-2016, 06:21 AM
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[size=8px]I own several Rugers in 45 Colt..........that said, (my opinion) the EAA Bounty Hunter (not that flat black model) is probably the "best" for the money out there....they are a good solid gun, some say as strong as a Ruger (they do make it in 44mag)........just another option...[/size]

Amen on that ! I have an Blackhawk 45 bought new, a couple of Ubertis (very nice looking, not strong) and an EAA Bounty Hunter. The EAA has better fit, function, and tighter lockup up than the Blackhawk. The Ruger BH is an A+ gun. The EAA is an A+++ gun. EAA Bounty Hunters are made in Germany by Weihrauch. Like the Blackhawk it is a larger frame gun than a Colt SAA copy. The Bounty Hunter is also cheaper than the Ruger.
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I have both Ubertis and Rugers, and like them both. Back to the original question, though, I was in a gunshop Friday and saw two Ubertis with a matte finish that almost looked like parkerizing, but weren't. Wish I could remember what they called them, but I can't at the moment. I do remember that they were $350.00, though, which is pretty reasonable in today's market.

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EDIT: Found it. It's called the Hombre.

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Another good one is the Bounty Hunter. These are made in Germany by Weihrauch and are even higher quality than Ruger, and are cheaper. Weihrauch is most famous for its prestige, deluxe, high quality air guns as well.

I have both: a blackhawk and a Bounty Hunter. The Ruger is absolutely great, the Bounty Hunter is better. The Bounty Hunter is a big frame gun, like the Blackhawk, and neither is NOT a Colt clone.
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With a Rugar Blackhawk 45 You can do anything you need a gun for load up or down hunt any game and 45shotshells work well.
The colt clones fail to fire to often.

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