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
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.Read More
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.