USFA Double Eagle

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Summary: The description, specs, photos and MSRP for the USFA Double Eagle revolvers.

Manufacturer’s Description

The USFA Double Eagle is a modified Colt 1873 SAA clone with a birdshead grip and a low-profile Bisley hammer. The model is available in 3.5″, 4″ or 4.75″ barrel lengths. Available caliblers include .44 Special, .45 LC and .44-40.

Other features include a large-loop trigger guard and a Bisley hammer. You can get it with ivory or hard-rubber grips, and with a nickel finish or case and blue finish. An extra dual cylinder is optional.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Weight
.45 LC, .44 Special, .44-40 6 3.5″ n/a n/a
.45 LC, .44 Special, .44-40 6 4″ n/a n/a
.45 LC, .44 Special, .44-40 6 4.75″ n/a n/a


MSRP: $1,350 (blue w/hard-rubber grips)
MSRP: $1,600 (nickel)

Note: Add $75 for ivory grips.

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2 thoughts on “USFA Double Eagle

  1. Grady Bryan

    The usfa double eagle shown w faux/ivory grips, in nickle, w/ 3 1/2″, is it available? Grady

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  2. Jed Henson

    Grady: We don’t sell guns here (this is an info-only site), but from what I can see at USFA’s distributor, they don’t have it in stock.

    USFA says the “Double Eagle is exclusively distributed by Davidson’s Gallery of Guns.” Here’s their “Buy it Now!” link for the Double Eagle: http://www.galleryofguns.com/gunlocator/manuflink.asp?manuf=U.S.%20Fire%20Arms&Item=USDE4532

    When I go there, I see a listing for the case and blue finish model, but not the nickel. And the case and blue model appears to be “Out of Stock” as of this morning.

    I’m thinking your best bet is to contact USFA directly. Here’s the link to their Contact page: http://www.usfirearms.com/pages/contactus.asp

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