Chiappa is going back to its roots with the 1873-22 SAA. Unlike the other thing (RHINO) they had last year this one is an ageless classic. Built with the look of the Colt SAA, this is the gun that won the west.
It comes in .22LR or .22 Win Magnum versions. Currently, when it can be a buck a shot with many calibers, it is nice to have the option of a great little rimfire to shoot all day with a brick of .22 LR.
Crafted with steel rifle barrels, most of the mechanisms and components constructed from a special formulated alloy that offers greater ductility and flexibility, assures long lasting reliability and durability. This is one of those guns that is passed down from generation to generation. Very few shooters can say they did not learn to shoot with a .22 rimfire.
With the option of getting it in the .22 Magnum, it is a serious little shooter that you can utilize for small varmint shooting or self-defense purposes.
This pistol comes in a black and antique finishes and has the option of including adjustable target sights. From what we see at SHOT 1873-22, it comes with different grips to suit your western look.
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