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Midway Uberti Revolver Sale

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Ephraim Kibbey, Oct 29, 2018.

  1. Ephraim Kibbey

    Ephraim Kibbey Member

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    $40 off most Uberti BP Revolvers at Midway.
    Free Shipping with code "offer4910" until midnight CT 10/29/18 TODAY if you have $49 of in stock, REGULAR priced items in your cart with your sale revolver.
    Edit 1: I just got the email this morning at 8:30 - go figure!!!
    Edit 2: I missed their 10/23 email - SORRY!

    https://www.midwayusa.com/s?targetLocation=/_/N-23204?No=0&Np=2&Nr=AND%28p_visible%3A1%2Ccustomertypeid%3A1%29&Nrpp=24&Ns=p_metric_sales_velocity%7C1&Ntpc=1&Ntpr=1&userItemsPerPage=48&persistedItemsPerPage=0
     
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  2. paul harm

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    Better a little late than never. Thanks for the heads up.
     
  3. expat_alaska

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    Sorry. I did not see any revolver at any price that interested me. Thanks for the heads up EK.

    I am still working on fitting an existing load lever assembly to a new barrel from VTI for a L&R. All Pietta. It fits but not to my liking as it is too tight. A bit more work to do.

    Jim
     
  4. dh1633pm

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    Those 1858 Remingtons always catch my eyes.
     
  5. CraigC
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    1861 Navy is awfully tempting.
     
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  6. dickydalton

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    I have an 1861 Navy from Navy Arms made back in 1982 I think, by Pietta. It looks good and shoots good. The barrel is stamped "Army" though. No Pietta tail on it either if I remember right. It's in a safe here somewhere.........
     
  7. bannockburn

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    Wouldn't mind the Uberti Leech and Rigdon and it's on sale too! Hmmm...
     
  8. maint1517

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    I like the 1848 1st model dragoon.
    Just out of my price range right now.
     
  9. 44 Dave

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    On the '61 Uberti barrel is "thinner" Pietta uses the same barrel bored different.
     
  10. Fiv3r

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    That's a good price on that Walker. I wish I had more time to shoot. Been listing after one of those for a decade
     
  11. Cowhide Cliff

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    Me too but I don't believe it should have the engraving on the cylinder, that's about the only thing that keeps me from pulling the trigger. Otherwise they look like a decent replica of one.
     
  12. Cowhide Cliff

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    I love 61 navies, sexiest pistol ever made.
     
  13. bannockburn

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    Cowhide Cliff

    Always like the look of the round barrel. Don't know why...I just do.
     
  14. mh2000

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    The little 1862 Pocket Police is about as cheap as those go! If I didn't have to help a family member pay some medical bills this month!
     
  15. Ephraim Kibbey

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    Cowhide Cliff - At one time Uberti made their Leech and Rigdon with the correct plain cylinder. They show up occasionally on the auction web sites.
     
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