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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:42 PM

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Uberti or Cimarron

I went to the gunshop today to look at and examin .357 revolvers ( cowboy action )...opinions? yay ? nay?

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:48 PM

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ebear

Kinda the same thing.
Cimmaron uses uberti parts and does some additional smithing.
At least thats my understanding. Cimmaron is in Fredericksburgh, TX.
Uberti is in Europe.

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:50 PM

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so are you saying they are the same gun...or is one better that the other

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:52 PM

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Cimmaron

If you want my opinion.
American gunsmiths, American design.

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:52 PM

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What Vaq said!!!! The folks I know out here that do the Cowboy Action seem to lean towards the Cimmaron, But the Uberti replicas are super popular also, Kind of like, 6 of one / half dozen of the other????

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:53 PM

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yup

im thinkin Evil Roy

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 5:57 PM

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Gotta go, news time

let's see whats happening. Later

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 6:05 PM

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whats the warranty on the uberti or cimmarron? it's lifetime on the vaquero

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 7:09 PM

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yeah ebear

its kind of like two in the pink, one in the stink

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 11:07 PM

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I have shot and appreciated Cimarron and Uberti, but if you want a single action that is built like a battleship, I would have to recommend either the original Ruger Vaquero, or the "new" Ruger Vaquero. The original is slightly larger than the Colt SA dimensions, but the "new" model is almost Identical to the Colt dimensions.

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 1:06 AM

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see ebear

faggot

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3 years 24 weeks ago, 4:57 PM

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Yeah i definatly like the bigger Old Vaquero, but i heard that there were timing issues with Ruger....true? i also wanna go with the .357 over the .45lc

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 6:37 AM

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Timing Issues!!??

ebear wrote:
Yeah i definatly like the bigger Old Vaquero, but i heard that there were timing issues with Ruger....true? i also wanna go with the .357 over the .45lc

After many thousands of rounds, I never had so much as a burp from my matched pair.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 6:36 PM

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did you have any trigger work done?I basically still want one to take to the range and goof around with. no competition stuff.....i had an OLD Vaquero with the 3 inch barrel and Birdshead grip on Bid, but i let it go so i could get the AK....i'll get one next....

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 8:00 AM

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James and Guns [Phoenix, AZ]. It was a complete action job on both of mine........Slicker than whale barf on shore rocks. There is no question that it helped a great deal on my pistol times.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 8:33 PM

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Cimmaron/Uberti

As I understand it, Cimmaron is one of Uberti's biggest importers and they cherry pick the guns for them, Cimmaron rebadges and takes care of any mechanical problems before sale. Cimmaron is not a manufacturer.

3 years 22 weeks ago, 9:43 PM

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Yuma Jim

Sir I think you are mistaken there.
Cimmaron builds its guns in Fredricksburg, Tx
They do not import them.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 10:39 PM

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Check the proof marks

On the barrels.........they are Italian.

3 years 22 weeks ago, 11:52 PM

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in Fredricksberg. I live in Tx and we
visit the hill country every couple of months

I am going to the factory soon and check that out

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 6:46 AM

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Cimarron SA's are Uberti made, to Texas Jack's specifications. The same is not necessarily true for all Cimarron long guns.

It is interesting that Uberti also makes models for their owner, which is none other than Beretta.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 10:17 AM

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I talked to Cimarron this morning and got the whole story
Yuma I stand corrected.
I have been misled.

Most of the guns ARE IMPORTED but the internal parts
are replaced by Cimarron in Fredricksberg, Tx.
All other parts are made to Cimmarons' specs
The Evil Roy is completely US made as are the rifles
and darrengers.
Didn't find out made by who.

LLE there are 2 locations in Fredricksberg.

Guess you can hear anything.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 3:29 PM

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Good info-good job...............I hate unfinished business.

3 years 22 weeks ago, 4:11 PM

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But have thought about checking into them
for Cowboy Action Shooting.
I'll probably go with Ruger.
My wife wore out her Super Black Hawk
44 mag shooting max hand loads. but it
was a good gun.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 7:00 PM

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after you wear out

a Ruger,send it back to Ruger and they will rebuild it...free...I have done it twice now...course they are better the second time around,not that the first time was terrible mind you.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 11:52 PM

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No Cimmaron's here yet either.....though I think they are a good company. I would certainly consider them for a SAA. Recently I purchased a Uberti 1860 Colt Army with a convertible .45 Colt cylinder from Dixie Gunworks and a Cabela's Hawken .54. I've shot deer with a bow, 10ga. Shotgun slug, 7mm Mauser and Dan Wesson .44 Mag. Now I'd like to do the smokepole thang............Really I just like sneakin'round in the woods.

3 years 22 weeks ago, 2:06 AM

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My opinion is that ebear is a stupid fag. Him being a fag is fact, but whether he really is stupid or not is still open for debate.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 2:41 AM

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syllogism--sort of like:

ebear is a fag
all fags are stupid
therefore, ebear is stupid

But, alas the premises are not valid, therefore the conclusion is not valid.

I like this one, better:

ebear is a bear
bears are very intelligent
therefore, ebear may be very intelligent

Perhaps, we should rename him "Ursis Horribilis" [a very intelligent bear], or "Yogi"-- more intelligent than your average bear.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 2:47 AM

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You're using multisyllabic words and the only multisyllabic word I know is "multisyllabic" and that may not even be a word. But ijn light of the fact that the angle of the dangle is inversely proportional to the heat of the beat, I shall have to stand by my original summation of ebear's state of being (not mindset-don't wanna open that can of worms) that ebear is most certainly a fag, but may or may not be stupid

I wasn't making any correlation between being a fag and being stupid, just saying that he is probably a stupid fag.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 6:33 PM

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Thank you......Yogi Bear was a Hero of mine growing up.....but as i got older i out grew him....Runaway on the other hand never grew past fetus.his parents used to mix in Miricle-Grow in his Condum Soup, but the only thing that grew was his bubbled shaped ass.In fact his father had a DNA test done to make sure he was not a black woman.

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 2:56 PM

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Is MY opinion. Even if you're not to bright ya can still figger them out.

3 years 22 weeks ago, 10:57 PM

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But I am a black woman

I'm black from the waist down. It was a terrible tanning bed accident

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 2:14 PM

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Damn hard

to keep sunblock on some of those parts............I keep rubbin' it off with my hand.

3 years 22 weeks ago, 6:31 PM

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that tamming beds are dangerous---seriously-- very dangerous. They are carciogenic!!

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 6:40 PM

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the only thing black on you from the waist down is Sickle Cell...Kunta Asswipe!!!you could'nt get the lid down on a tanning bed, ur ass would keep squirting out.....did ur parents get you from the Bargain Bin at the sperm bank...are you all ur daddy could hold in his mouth?

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3 years 22 weeks ago, 7:12 PM

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When I insult you, it comes from the bottom of my pancreas. It's like the bottom of my heart, only deeper. Now here you go, all Snake-like with the cutting and pasting from the "gay comebacks for retarded wetbacks" website. As far as what my dad can hold in his mouth, that's between you and him, although I'm getting a little tired of hearing him talk about how determined he is to be able to take the entire offensive line of the Bears at once like his hairy meskin cock-jumping bean does.

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