Make: Smith & Wesson Model: 48 Caliber: .22 Magnum
The Smith & Wesson Model 48 is a medium framed revolver that was first introduced to the market in 1959. It has a carbon steel frame, carbon steel cylinder, and an exposed hammer....(more)
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The Beretta Stampede Nickel combines the feel and handling qualities of the original hogleg with a transfer-bar safety system that makes it safe to carry with all six chambers loaded. The beauty is in the accurate details. The fixed front sight is true to the original. With the frame dimensions closely matched to the 19th-century originals, the Stampede feels slender and very responsive in the hand.
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Make: Beretta Model: Sako A7 Tecomate Stainless Steel Caliber: .300 WSM, .270 WSM
With better accuracy and reliability than any other rifle brand on the market, Sako A7 boasts match-grade performance with a price never before seen on a match-grade hunting rifle,...(more)
Make: Beretta Model: Uberti 1858 New Army Carabine Caliber: .44
This in one of the first muzzle loading revolving carbines. It differentiates itself for its easy handling and reliability. About 3.000 models were produced between 1866 and 1879.
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