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Hello Everyone,
A while back I asked for opinions on the Uberti schofields.

I took the plunge and bought the 7"cavalry model in .45 colt. I am reporting that I am extremely taken with the purchase!

these guns are of excellent workmanship and finish, and they preform like they look, a couple of casual cast bullet loads ( 200 and 255) with unique produced less than 2" groups at 25 yards. Further testing is pending a day off to go to the range.

I just wanted to toot the 'didn't get rooked' horn a little, I have had a hard time weaning myself from the ruger single actions, and so far I am pleasantly satisfied.
 

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Glad to hear you have a good shooter in your hands. I have always wondered about one of those in 44spl or 44-40.
I just picked up a Colt New Frontier in 44spl I need to get some range time with myself. Glad you didn't get Roookered LOL :eek:
 

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I'll second that!
I have a Uberti blackpowder Remington copy that I've had for afew years and I couldn't believe how well it shot when I first shot it.
Uberti is a very good gun.
 
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