What was the weight of the 1875 Remington outlaw?

What was the weight of the 1875 Remington outlaw?

The 1875 Remington New Army was a robust revolver and tipped the scales at about 2.8 pounds (unloaded) as compared to the 1873 Colt Single Action Army that weighed about 2.3 pounds (unloaded). The Uberti 1875 Remington ‘Outlaw” is a very close reproduction of the original revolver.

What’s the best price for a Remington 1875?

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Is the Cimarron 1875 a replica of the Remington?

The Cimarron 1875 Outlaw reviewed here is a replica of the Remington Model 1875 Improved Army single action (SA) cartridge revolver. Cimarron does not use the word “Remington” in their nomenclature or description, but for the purposes of this review we will, as this is what the Outlaw is.

What kind of grips does a Remington 1875 have?

REMINGTON 1875-1890 UBERTI GRIPS Fits Uberti SA Army Outlaw, 1875 Uberti SA Frontier & Uberti 1890 Police Revolver. Does Not Fit Remington 1875 by Remington “CLASSIC” IVORY-LIKE LA… (read more)

What kind of Revolver was the Remington 1875?

This Remington revolver Pocket Army Revolver. Model 1875s gathering dust in inventory. Some of these had evidently been on the shelves for several years. and milling offthe web on the ejector housing.

What kind of cartridge does a Remington 45 caliber revolver take?

The .45 Caliber revolver will accept cartridge. However, in their advenisements, Remington always referred to the caliber as .45 Government. In their advertisements show this variation. Several examples have authentic. They are very rare. It is possible that a the Model 1888 (Hartley & Graham variation). 25,000 Model 1875 revolvers. Based on my

What kind of grip does a 1875 Remington new army have?

The back strap of the Remington 1875 Remington New Army is more downward and slightly inward. Although the grip is flared at the bottom, it is in my mind, more comparable to the Smith & Wesson No. 3 and Colt ‘Bisley’ revolvers, though not so pronounced.