Uberti "Hombre" .357... info???

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Uberti "Hombre" .357... info???

Post by armedinpasco » Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:15 pm

My brother recently acquired this Uberti Model 343900 "Hombre" .357 Magnum.
Suffice to say it was an impulse purchase. We've all had those... [smilie=033.gif]
It's a good looking piece and feels good in the hand. Seems to shoot well.
Anyway... he and I admittedly know very little about this firearm. :-k
One question raised is the possibility of accidental discharge if dropped.
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Re: Uberti "Hombre" .357... info???

Post by NonConformist » Sun Apr 10, 2011 1:22 pm

Pietti and Uberti make great stuff, SASS says keep a cylinder empty. Dont use half Cockadoodledoo as a safety Ive seen tests where gun @ 1/2 Cockadoodledoo go off but hammer down they dont, YMMV etc see what the manufacturer says
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