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WITHDRAWN $350 - NIB - Uberti 1862 Pocket Police, 5.5" barrel, 36 cal., with box and paperwork

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Oct 16, 2021
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Tempe, AZ
Uberti 1862 Pocket Police, 5.5" barrel, 36 cal., unfired/new in box, with paperwork/never registered

$350 + $20 for insured priority shipping (U.S. 48)

- Pocket Police 36 caliber (nearly exact replica of the original Colt)
- NIB/unfired, unaltered all-original condition
- 5.5-inch barrel
- steel frame, with brass triggerguard and backstrap
- 5-round fluted cylinder
- includes box, original paperwork/manual

I'll accept payment via Zelle, PayPal, check, or money order (ask me if you want to use something else).

I have bought and sold several revolvers through this forum, and have members who can vouch for me as a seller (ask if you want a reference)! If you happen to be in the greater Phoenix-metro area, I'm willing to meet for a F2F hand-off (and no shipping cost).


This beautiful Uberti pistol is a near-exact replica of the Colt 2nd generation model. The biggest difference is the barrel thickness at the muzzle (Colt has a heavier barrel), and Uberti has a brass trigger guard and backstrap. Actions feel quite similar, although the Uberti trigger breaks at just over 2 pounds, and the Colt's trigger breaks at just under 3 pounds (per my trigger scale).

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