Summary: The manufacturer’s description and specs, the average user rating, and pricing info for the Uberti 1875 No. 3 New Model Russian revolver.
The Uberti Top Break is true to the original designed by Major George Schofield at the Smith & Wesson factory in 1869. The Schofield revolver was created as a cavalry pistol. Its efficient, break-open design could be operated one-handed. That made it easy to eject all six spent cartridges and reload the single action revolver while on horseback.
True to the original, the Uberti New Model Russian, chambered in .45 Colt and .44 Russian, includes Cyrillic barrel stampings. It’s built on a blue steel frame with a blue backstrap and a case-hardened trigger guard, or all on nickel-plated steel. Walnut or ivory grips are available.
MSRP: $1,049 (blue/case-hardened)
MSRP: $1,399 (nickel)
|.45 LC, .44 Russian||6||6.5″||11.8″||2.5 lbs.|