ACCOKEEK, Md. – The romance of the Old West cannot be separated from the individuals who lived and died on their way to becoming legendary. Valiant sheriffs and the outlaws they chased; card sharks and cowboys; soldiers and proud warriors – the history of the Old West is gritty and harsh and smells a lot like spent gunpowder.
Uberti USA honors the famous men and women of the Old West with its new limited-edition Outlaws & Lawmen Series. Each piece in the collection draws its inspiration from the actual gun carried by the historical figure after which it is named. Only a limited number of each will be produced each year, making them as rare and collectible as they are fun to shoot.
The legend of Jesse James lives on with the 1873 Colt that bears his name and is included in the first group of Outlaws & Lawmen models. As a fierce outlaw, Jesse owned and utilized a wide array of revolvers, but this stern six-shooter is decked out with an all-black finish and black, simulated bison horn grips to create the ultimate Western antihero revolver.
ACCOKEEK, Md. – It is perhaps the most iconic rifle from the era, one widely deployed across the Old West and later glorified in American cinema. The Winchester 1873 was the result of decades of improvement and experimentation; it was light and reliable, perfectly balanced and proportioned.
Available in limited quantities for 2018 only, Uberti USA is bringing this iconic firearm of the Old West to shooters and collectors with enhancements that take this otherwise-basic platform to new heights of beauty and function.
Chambered in .45 Colt with a 20-inch octagonal barrel, the 1873 Limited Short Rifle Deluxe features a rich case-hardened steel frame and lever and an A-Grade walnut stock and forend. The rifle has a 10+1 capacity while weighing a lithe 8.2 pounds.
The rifle is fully engraved using an original pattern from the 19th century featuring game and scroll patterns. The engraving is hand-chased by the renowned Atelier Giovanelli, making each piece wholly unique and highly prized by collectors.
ACCOKEEK, Md. – Shooters asked, Uberti USA responded. The new El Patrón Grizzly Paw revolvers bring a better-fitting version of a tried-and-true revolver to shooters with larger hands. Perfect for single-action competitors and Old West enthusiasts, the new El Patrón Grizzly Paw models bring modern reliability to the iconic 1873 Army design known as the “Peacemaker.”
The El Patrón Grizzly Paw delivers a custom-grade revolver to shooters equipped with the same trusted features as the original El Patrón enhanced by a larger set of checkered walnut grips. Available in the two most popular calibers (.357 Magnum and .45 Colt), each available with either a 4.75- or 5.5-inch barrel, all configurations of the new El Patrón Grizzly Paw feature a rich, case-hardened frame, numbered cylinders and EasyView sights.
Each El Patrón Grizzly Paw is fitted with a custom-grade mainspring and carefully tested for fit and function. The result is an ultra-reliable revolver that is lighter and faster with the smoothest action. All Uberti USA firearms carry the company’s best-in-class 5-year warranty.
Uberti USA El Patrón Grizzly Paw
Caliber: .357 Magnum
ACCOKEEK, Md. - Uberti USA will bring the newest additions to its expanding line of authentic reproduction firearms to the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, which runs April 27-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
ACCOKEEK, Md. – As part of the 2017 new-product lineup, Uberti USA is proud to introduce faithful replicas of the legendary Winchester 1886 big-bore lever-action repeater. The purpose of this new offering is to give traditionalist big-game hunters the opportunity to pursue their favorite quarry with a repeater chambered for a commonly-available rifle caliber, the .45/70.
ACCOKEEK, Md. – Uberti USA has expanded its acclaimed line of Short Stroke SASS Pro revolvers to include four different configurations with a mirror nickel finish and simulated ivory grips. Designed for serious cowboy-action shooters and collectors for whom style and appearance are as important as substance and function, these new-for-2017 revolvers are variants of Uberti USA’s replicas of the Colt 1873. Read More
ACCOKEEK, Md. – To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of William Frederick “Buffalo Bill” Cody (1846-1917), Uberti USA is introducing a limited-edition, fully engraved version of the famed Western icon’s 1858 Remington black powder revolver. Exclusively available for 2017, a maximum of 500 of the 1858 Buffalo Bill Limited Edition revolvers will be produced.
ACCOKEEK, Md. - Uberti, the importer of Italian-made A. Uberti firearms, announces the changing of its name to Uberti USA. The name change, effective immediately, is to clarify for American gun buyers the distinction between Uberti products sold by the company from other Uberti-made firearms marketed in the United States by competing brands.
ACCOKEEK, Md. (May 18, 2016) - Uberti will bring the newest additions to its expanding line of authentic reproduction firearms to the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, which runs May 20-22 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
Inside the Uberti booth (No. 5309), visitors will be able to see the newest additions to Uberti's acclaimed lineup of authentic, high-quality reproductions of some of history's most iconic firearms. In addition to numerous existing models, Uberti's booth at the 2016 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits will feature the new limited-edition 150th Anniversary Uberti 1866 Yellowboy, the Uberti 1885 High Wall Long Range, retractable firing pin versions of the Uberti 1873 Cattleman II and the Uberti Short Stroke CMS and SASS Pro.
ACCOKEEK, Md. (May 10, 2016) - Uberti Pro Kenda Lenseigne, a Cowboy Mounted Shooting champion and Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association (CMSA) Hall of Famer, set two world records at the recent CMSA National Championship in Tunica, Mississippi.
Mounted on her young mare, "Sparky," and shooting her new signature series Uberti Short Stroke CMS Pro, Lenseigne recorded world record times in the first two stages of the five-stage event. The pair of world-record times helped Lenseigne to a .70-second advantage in an event in which she would go on to finish second. Read More