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Uberti Small Frame...what was it called?


McCandless

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Years ago I had a Mitchell Arms "Dakota" model by Uberti, it was a full sized Single Action Army "clone" had a hammer-block safety. At the same time Uberti had a 3/4 size Single Action, also with a hammer-block safety and the floating firing pin. It may have come in other calibers than .22, I disremember...

Does anybody remember what that smaller version was called? Ruger calls theirs the Single-Six, Uberti currently calls theirs the Stallion... what was the marketing name of that little gun back then?

 

Thanks!

McC

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Howdy Doc, I disremember anything other than the Stallion. Cimarron calls it the Model P Jr, and the one with birdshead grips is called the Cimarron Lighting. They are no good for BP becaues of the lack of a base pin bushing and cylinder postion. Good Luck :)

Model P Jr.

Lighting

 

 

Jefro :ph34r: Relax-Enjoy

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Howdy Doc, I disremember anything other than the Stallion. Cimarron calls it the Model P Jr, and the one with birdshead grips is called the Cimarron Lighting. They are no good for BP becaues of the lack of a base pin bushing and cylinder postion. Good Luck :)

Model P Jr.

Lighting

 

 

Jefro :ph34r: Relax-Enjoy

 

 

.38 Short Colt will work fine with BP and 125 grain bullet in a Lightning. They don't like any kind of heavier load including .38 Specials full of Goex or APP. Not a very stout gun from my experience.

Truly entertaining to put a Lightning in one hand and a .45 Warthog loaded 8" Remmie clone in the other shooting Gunfighter. BOOM ..poof... BOOM... poof... :lol: Makes it easy to keep track of left and right gun ;):P

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