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Who is making the best SAA replica these days? Ive always wanted one in 38/357. Im about to get stimulated from Uncle Sugar, so... :twisted:
 

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If you don't want to "pony" up for a Colt, I would suggest Uberti. For just a cowboy gun, I've always liked the Ruger Vaqueros or Blackhawks.
 

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Ruger New Vaquero is what I'm looking for, but the new Beretta Deluxe Stampede is very nice, too, esp in the color case-hardened frame.
 

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The New Vaqueros are nice and more true to size than the
previous models. I have a pair of SS Bisleys in .45LC and love them.
Check out the Beretta Stampede also. Very nice gun too.
I still love my pair of Hy Hunter/Sauer Mfg. German Single actions
in .45LC the best.

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Delta-3 said:
If you don't want to "pony" up for a Colt,
wow. i think i hate you now. :neutral: :razz:


i've owned a early model Ruger Vaquero 7 1/2 nickle plated in 45lc. i suck with them old sights, but was it ever a "blast" to shoot. i've heard the newer ones aren't so good though.
 

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Go with Rugers. They are very overbuilt except for the New Vaqueros which use smaller frames and are made to only take standard cowboy loads unlike all other Rugers which can handle the heavy hot stuff.
 

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I own a Ubreti Cattleman 45LC, Only paid 275 for it last year, new. the price of LC has gone up in price like you would not believe. I used to get a box of 50 for around $19. Now it's more like $35, but it a fun gun to shoot.
 

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BTW: STI is also making a 6-gun now: I don't remember all of the specifics, but if you want the uber-sixgun then this is the one I would buy.... if I had $1200+ to spend. I've never seen one in the flesh, but remember reading abou tit in GUNS OF THE OLD WEST magazine or the like. IIRC, all stainless innards and made not to wear out during most people's lifetime.
 

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Fireman said:
http://www.usfirearms.com/cat/rodeogun.asp

Great quality, American made in the old Colt plant.
jup
 
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