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Uberti 1875 Top Break No.3 2nd Model 45 Colt, 7" In Nickel Finish with Pearl Grips

Uberti 1875 Top Break No.3 2nd Model 45 Colt, 7" In Nickel Finish with Pearl Grips

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Uberti 1875 Top Break No.3 2nd Model 45 Colt, 7" In Nickel Finish with Pearl Grips
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Designed by Major General George Schofield, the Smith and Wesson Model 1870 "Schofield" was a revolutionary design that broke open, ejecting all six spent cartridge cases automatically while providing easy access for re-loading. Fast re-loading being a distinct advantage in his line of work, Jessie James bought a pair as did John Wessley Hardin and Wild Bill Hickok.

Although the U.S. Army purchased 3,000 S&W Schofields with an improved top latch for cavalry troops, it was the Russian government that really embraced the new sidearm. With a slightly modified grip, lanyard ring and distinctive trigger-guard spur, the Czar ordered over 41,000 of the new S&W revolvers.

True to the originals, Uberti Top Breaks come in all three models including the Russian model with authentic Cyrillic barrel stampings.

The No. 3 , 1st Model Top Break, below, was introduced in 1870.


Modifications were later made in the form of a rounded and knurled latch to give more grip when opening the frame. This improved model was designated the No. 3, 2nd Model Top Break, below.

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