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Davidson's Exclusive 1873 Single-Action Revolvers

Davidson's has teamed with Pietta, Italy, to create an Exclusive 1873 single-action revolver in two calibers.

Davidson's Exclusive 1873 Single-Action Revolvers

Pietta is known worldwide for their authentic historical firearms reproductions.

“We are excited to start up yet another venture by creating exclusive firearms from Pietta”, said Kane Cannedy, Davidson’s VP of Purchasing. “This is a project we have worked on for some time and it’s fantastic to see Pietta bring it to life.”

Offered in both .357 Magnum as well as the more traditional 45 Long Colt, these Davidson’s Exclusives feature a deep blued finish on the frame, cylinder, and barrel. The trigger guard, front strap, and back strap are a high-polished brass.

The sights are the open fixed type with a notch at rear and a bladed front. These 1873 models feature the traditional four-click hammer and both chamberings have 4.75” barrels.


Item #PSA454, 45 Long Colt


Item #PSA354, .357 Magnum

Both models have an MSRP of $519.99.

For more information, visit GalleryofGuns.com.

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