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Three New Single Actions

Three New Single Actions

Three of the newest single actions are Colt's reintroduced New Frontier, Ruger's brand-new Single-Ten, and Uberti's 1873 Cattleman El Patron Cowboy Mounted Shooter model.

Like the original Colt New Frontier, the 2011 model comes with an adjustable rear sight. Other features include a ramped front sight, blue/case-colored finish, and walnut grips. Optional barrel lengths are 4.75, 5.5, and 7.5 inches.

Like the original Colt New Frontier, the 2011 model comes with an adjustable rear sight. Other features include a ramped front sight, blue/case-colored finish, and walnut grips. Optional barrel lengths are 4.75, 5.5, and 7.5 inches. Available calibers include .357 Mag., .44 Spl., and .45 Colt. Price: $1,455.

Ruger's .22 LR stainless-steel Single-Ten comes with a 10-shot cylinder, 5.5-inch barrel, Williams fiber-optic adjustable sights, and smooth walnut Gunfighter grips.


Ruger's .22 LR stainless-steel Single-Ten comes with a 10-shot cylinder, 5.5-inch barrel, Williams fiber-optic adjustable sights, and smooth walnut Gunfighter grips. Price: $619.


Uberti's El Patron Cowboy Mounted Shooter is chambered for .357 Mag. or .45 Colt, comes with a 3.5- or 4-inch barrel, and features a lower hammer profile and Wolff springs. Finish is blue/casehardened or stainless steel, and grips are walnut.

Uberti's El Patron Cowboy Mounted Shooter is chambered for .357 Mag. or .45 Colt, comes with a 3.5- or 4-inch barrel, and features a lower hammer profile and Wolff springs. Finish is blue/casehardened or stainless steel, and grips are walnut. Price: $599 (blue/casehardened) or $749 (stainless steel).

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