ACCOKEEK, MD (January 19, 2010) – Uberti is pleased to introduce the “Callahan”—a six-shooter that, in the hands of a lawman, might have made the mean streets of 1800s Dodge City, Kansas a little “kinder and gentler.” The Callahan is Uberti’s beefed-up version of the 1873 Cattleman that’s chambered in the present-day caliber made famous by San Francisco movie-cop, “Dirty” Harry Callahan—the powerful .44 Magnum.
This distinctive single-action comes with one-piece satin walnut grips, a blued barrel, frame and cylinder and is offered with 4 ¾-, 6- and 7 ½-inch barrels. Two styles of sights are offered with the Callahan, which include either fixed or adjustable rear sights with a standing-post front sight. This new, more powerful chambering offers single-action enthusiasts hunting capabilities as well as being an excellent gun for home defense or competitive target shooting. Uberti is well known for re-creating popular variations of the Colt SAA, considered by many to be the most admired handgun ever designed—and the Callahan is no exception.
Joe Coogan, Brand Marketing Manager Cristie Gates, Media and Exhibits Manager (301) 747-9919, firstname.lastname@example.org (301) 747-9925, email@example.com
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