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Uberti USA to Showcase New Products at 2017 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits

April 24, 2017

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.

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Uberti USA 1886 Big-Bore Lever-Action Repeaters for Hunters and Collectors

January 20, 2017

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.  

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Uberti USA Commemorates a Western Legend with the 1858 Buffalo Bill Limited Edition Revolver

January 18, 2017

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.

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Uberti USA Adds Nickel Models to Acclaimed Short Stroke SASS Pro Line

January 18, 2017

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

U.S.-Based Importer of A. Uberti Firearms Changes Name to Uberti USA

January 16, 2017

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.

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Uberti to Showcase New Products at 2016 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits

May 18, 2016

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.

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Uberti Pro Kenda Lenseigne Sets Two World Records at CMSA

May 10, 2016

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

Uberti Adds Retractable Firing Pin to 1873 Cattleman Revolvers

January 19, 2016

ACCOKEEK, MD (January 19, 2016)Uberti’s acclaimed 1873 Cattleman SAA replica lineup, a longtime favorite among single-action shooters and collectors, now delivers the benefits of a modern transfer bar revolver through the addition of a retractable firing pin. The new Uberti Cattleman II Brass and Steel models with retractable firing pins avoid pin on primer issues while enabling the revolver to look 100 percent historically authentic from the outside.

Traditionally, cowboys have always carried their single-action revolver with the hammer resting on an empty chamber. The reason for this is that otherwise the fixed firing pin could be rested on a live primer, thus risking discharge if the hammer were to be struck or bumped. The new and innovative Uberti retractable firing pin floats free in its guide inside the hammer, thereby exerting no pressure towards a chambered round. Only when the trigger is pressed from a fully cocked position will the sear that engages the firing pin lock it in the forward position so as to ignite the cartridge primer. When the trigger is then released, the firing pin floats free again, exerting no forward pressure.

From the outside, this added safety device enables this line of historical replicas to look perfectly true to the original revolver design since no additional element like a hammer safety bar or transfer bar impinges on the clean lines of the hammer, firing pin or frame.

Available in .45 Colt, .44-40 WCF and .357 Magnum, the Uberti Cattleman II Brass with retractable firing pin features a brass trigger guard and backstrap with an MSRP of $549; the Cattleman II Steel with retractable firing pin has an MSRP of $559. Matched sets of Cattlemen II Steel in .45 Colt or .357 Magnum, are also available and have an MSRP of $1,159.

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Uberti 1866 Yellowboy Flatside Short Rifle 150th Anniversary Model

January 19, 2016

ACCOKEEK, MD (January 19, 2016) – Known for its distinctive brass receiver and repeating action, the 1866 Yellowboy was the first true “cowboy” lever-action rifle to be widely accepted by those who made their life in the saddle. To celebrate the rich history of this iconic firearm of the American West, Uberti announces the release of the limited-edition 150th Anniversary Model of the fabled 1866 Yellowboy.

The original 1866 Yellowboy signified an improvement over the original Henry rifle with the addition of its side-loading gate and fore end. Uberti’s sesquicentennial model retains these improvements and tacks on a few more to further enhance this 150-year-old classic. This lavishly engraved limited edition features the “transitional” flat-sided receiver, which straddles the Model 1860 and the 1866, a characteristic found only in very early 1866 serial numbers.

Limited to a production of 350, Uberti’s 1866 Yellowboy Engraved Anniversary Model features the distinctive side-loading gate along the face of the unique flat receiver plate found in very early 1866 rifles. Each receiver is engraved with a fine pattern copied directly from the original found in the Uberti collection, and hand chased for a truly unique appearance. The dark, case-hardened lever further enhances the overall aesthetics of the model as it contrasts with the brass receiver.

The limited-edition model features a round, 20-inch barrel, which is encased with a satin walnut fore end and finished with a brass fore end cap. A brass carving-style buttplate wraps the A-Grade walnut buttstock to round out the rifle’s distinctive looks.

Chambered in .45 Colt with a 10+1 capacity, Uberti’s 1866 Yellowboy Flatside 150th Anniversary Model carries an MSRP of $1,778, weighs 7.55 pounds and has an overall length of 39 inches.

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Uberti Firearms signs World Champion Kenda Lenseigne

January 14, 2015

Accokeek, MD (January 14, 2015) - Uberti Firearms today announced a partnership agreement with multiple World Champion mounted shooter Kenda Lenseigne to promote its extensive collection of single action revolvers and lever action rifles. 


"This is a fantastic opportunity to elevate the Uberti name within the mounted shooting community," said Lenseigne. "Uberti is currently the most popular firearm manufacturer in the sport, but up until now they haven’t had a professional shooter represent the brand—I’m excited to be the first.”

Bringing Lenseigne on board represents a significant leap in the profile of the brand, a factor not lost on Tom Kaleta, Benelli USA’s VP of Marketing. “We’re known as the premier western replica firearms company because we earned it…the guns look the part and perform,” said Kaleta. “Kenda’s reputation is right for Uberti—she earned her way to the top and her prominence as a mounted shooter and single-action expert is the perfect fit for us.”


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