The 1875 Army Outlaw Revolver is a faithful reproduction of the 1875 Remington single actions, which kept the solid frame and overall styling ofRemington's 1858 percussion models. Ordinary citizens and Wild West lawmen alike recognized the sturdy quality of the new Remington revolvers. The infamous Frank James even carried one for most of his outlaw career. The reproduction is available in his favorite caliber, 45 colt, and features a steel backstrap and two-piece walnut grip.
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Submitted By: Dana On 09/10/2015
Anyone know if I can put high power loads in this?
Besides factory loads on the market. ?
Fun to shoot...
[5 of 5 Stars]
Submitted By: Jacob C. On 03/18/2014
First, I'll start off with the order process itself. This was my first online gun purchase, and the great folks at Hinterland Outfitters made the process easy. They were extremely helpful, and the only hiccups were on my end. Now, let's get on to the shooting iron.
This is Uberti's copy of the 1875 Remington Improved Army Model, called the 1875 Outlaw by Uberti (probably as a nod to Frank James, who preferred this model for most of his career). The color case hardening and bluing on my pistol were excellent, better than any other Uberti pistol I've owned. Mechanically, it is excellent. It locks up tight, the trigger pull is light, and everything is nice and smooth. I was able to shoot a box of Winchester 255-grain cowboy loads out of it at 7, 10, 15, and 15 yard intervals. It shoots high, which is to be expected with these replica pistols, and maybe off to the left, though that could have been me. Adjusting aim, I punched out a nice ragged hole on the bullseye at 25 yards consistently, fine shooting for me. I would absolutely buy another, especially from Hinterland Outfitters. The price is right, and the service was excellent. I'd also highly recommend this pistol to anyone with a love of these 19th century pistols.
[5 of 5 Stars]
Submitted By: Michael E. On 05/19/2012
These guns are as hard to get today as they were in 1875. But Hinterland had them and I got a pair for Cowboy Action Shooting.
Always like the looks of the gun and now I own a great pair. The balance is very nice though they are a bit heavy. We did a little shooting of them and found they hit a bit high, but I think it was more my aim than the gun.
As with other Uberti guns, the sights need to be polished because the black sight gets lost on a black target.
[4 of 5 Stars]