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This is a discussion on Cimarron Arms Doc Holiday/NAA revolvers within the Single Action Revolvers forums, part of the Handgun Forum category; Originally Posted by Unkei Hi all, New here..love SA Revolvers. One of my favorites is my Cimarron Arms (Uberti) Doc Holiday Special. Only problem is ...


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Old 12-20-2015, 10:06 AM   #21
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Hi all,
New here..love SA Revolvers. One of my favorites is my Cimarron Arms (Uberti) Doc Holiday Special. Only problem is it's so heavy! I have 5 broken vertebrae..so the discomfort carrying the revolver means I leave it at home most often. What I carry without fail..is one of my 3 NAA 22 Mags! ( A Mini, a Sidewinder, and a Pug) The weight on those little gems is mostly non-existent! Of course..I do have to sacrifice SOME stopping ability! LOL!
Anyone else here have a similar problem packing heavy iron?
Cheers,
Unkei
That is a great looking revolver. First one I have seen. My local gun shops don't carry very many single actions
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Old 04-26-2017, 08:34 PM   #22
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That is a great looking revolver. First one I have seen. My local gun shops don't carry very many single actions
Stores that do are getting less and less all the time

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I'm lucky I have a gun shop which has over 3,000 guns is stock for me to fondle guns and it is only 7 mile away and a new Gander Mnt store which is closing after only be open for 1 yr . I've been in that store 6X and never had 1 sales person ask to help me . I had to go and find someone to help me . They had 7 sale people around and only 4 customer in the store . Now I wonder why they are going out of business
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True about single actions. Even up here in our very rural area, shops don't carry a lot of single actions because they are too slow to sell. No different than city gun shops. Our shops need to sell semi-auto pistols and black guns to stay in business.
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