Uberti is the only maker of toggle-link Winchesters (Henry/66/73), no matter who's name is on the barrel. Yes, they are good. They are smoother than the other actions, even very acceptable out of the box. Lots and lots are used in CAS matches. With a little judicious work inside, even smooter. They will NOT however take hot handloads. Use standard Colt-safe loads only. Uberti revolvers are as good as it gets out of Italy. USFirearms are better, but cost 50% more, Rugers are tougher but not authentic. Colts are out of the question if price is important. AWA line now looks good too for revolvers, they took over and renamed Armi San Marcos. If you want a 73 in a real Winchester, it would be a shooter, not a collector gun, and would never be found in 45Colt caliber.