1875 Army Outlaw

The 1875 Army Outlaw Revolver is a faithful reproduction of the 1875 Remington® single-actions, which kept the solid frame and overall styling of Remington’s 1858 percussion models. Ordinary citizens and Old West lawmen alike recognized the sturdy quality of the new Remington revolvers. The infamous Frank James even carried one for most of his outlaw career in .45 caliber. This model features a forged steel case hardened frame, spring retained cylinder pin, the "webbed" ejector rod tube, and a two-piece walnut grip. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.
Item Number 1875 STANDARD
$593.00

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$593.00
 
The 1875 Army Outlaw Revolver is a faithful reproduction of the 1875 Remington® single-actions, which kept the solid frame and overall styling of Remington’s 1858 percussion models. Ordinary citizens and Old West lawmen alike recognized the sturdy quality of the new Remington revolvers. The infamous Frank James even carried one for most of his outlaw career in .45 caliber. This model features a forged steel case hardened frame, spring retained cylinder pin, the "webbed" ejector rod tube, and a two-piece walnut grip. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

Customer Reviews

What a blast to shoot! Review by Irtexn
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I bought the 7.5" Outlaw in 38/357 after shooting a friends single action .22LR. I liked the slower pace of shooting SA as opposed to semi automatic. I found the fit and finish of the Outlaw to be excellent. Wood on the grips is very nice. The gun is a blast to shoot. The 7.5" barrel makes shooting 38s a true pleasure and the recoil is less than my Sig 9MM. Load in some 357s and it is still a pleasure to shoot. I don't have large hands and shooting a couple of hundred rounds causes no fatigue at all. I am considering adding the 5.5" version to my collection. I also have the 1873 Cattleman in 45 LC and am equally pleased with it. (Posted on 7/10/2018)
Great Well-balanced handgun Review by Two-Gun Pete
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I've been carrying one for the last 10 years. Since before any of the manufacturers would admit that one of these existed in 5.5" barrel length. I use .38 Special in mine, because I prefer them. The revolver is very mild shooting and very easy to get it to return on target. With targets out at the edge of my aging eyesight. About 100 feet down range, or 33.3 yards if you would prefer that measurement. I can bounce cans along the ground at that range and get all six into the can while doing it. Very comfortable piece.
(Posted on 1/30/2016)
Excellent Firearm! Review by Capita'n Loco
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I bought one of these Back in November 2014 and have been using it in my SASS Cowboy Action Matches. Nice and smooth. Love the feel of the gun, absorbs the recoil well, easy to keep on target. (with factory rounds) Probably going to end up getting another one so I can shoot the pair (Posted on 5/20/2015)

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Product Specs

Item Number 1875 STANDARD
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price $593.00
Barrel Length 5.5", 7.5" Round
Caliber .357MAG,.44-40,.45LC,.45LC/.45ACP
Capacity 6
Weight 5.5"=2.55 lbs, 7.5"=2.64 lbs
Finish Blue Finish with Case Hardened Frame
Grip/Stock 2-piece Walnut
Manufacturer Uberti
Sights Fixed Front Blade, Rear Frame Notch
Overall Length 5.5"=10.80", 7.5"=12.80"
Action Version Taylor Tuning Not Available