The Uberti® 1873 Cattleman® II Single-Action Revolver is reminiscent of the revolvers used in the last decades of the 19th Century West. Like the old six-guns, the Cattleman II is ruggedly built and points naturally, though it has the added advantage of a retractable firing pin to enhance safety that the old guns didn’t have. A color case-hardened cylinder frame and a brass grip frame augment the Old West authenticity. The barrel, ejector rod housing, and cylinder are blued carbon steel. Smooth finished wood grips provide a comfortable hold. The 1873 Cattleman II Single-Action Revolver utilizes a rugged, fixed groove rear sight that can’t possibly get knocked out of alignment and a simple blade front sight that draws smoothly from holsters.
Tickets are $20 each and will be drawn on October 12, 2019 at the Fall Gathering fundraiser: no need to be present. The pistol will be available at the Sports Lure for pickup or can be mailed to your choice of gun store. All proceeds will benefit the GMA Endowment Fund, helping to support the museum’s future endeavors.