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What SAA revolvers are now available with the Colt "4 Clicks"

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I "think" the Uberti are 4... I will check. I feel like they may be a bit better than the old Colts... just an opinion, like everyone else has.


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I just wonder why that would be important?

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Look for a USFA or Standard Manufacturing or four click specified Uberti or Cimarron.

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I just find an answer to my own question. All Pietta revolvers are 4 click.
Is this brand a good one?

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Originally Posted by SAA357
I just find an answer to my own question. All Pietta revolvers are 4 click.
Is this brand a good one?

Like mine. 1873 GW II "Gun Fighter". .45 Colt, CCH, Brass grip frame, 4-5/8" barrel. Pietta 4 click.
Also have Uberti/Taylors "Old Randall in .45 Colt. 3 clicks. Doesn't bug me any, they both shoot well.

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Pretty sure my Heritage 22/22 mag is 4 clicks.

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Uberti's are now mostly 3 clicks. I have a 3 click, it doesn't bother me in the least. My Colt is a 4 click, and I converted my son's 3 click Uberti to 4 click because the 4 click guns are a little more forgiving of black powder use. Since in his job he fires a few dozen .45 Colt blanks each day, we decided 4 click was easier than trying to keep the FP transfer channel cleaned and lubed. Totally not a problem at all in a gun that shoots mostly smokeless (which is why I haven't converted my 3 click).


Here's a photo from my son and I out shooting. My son's 4 3/4" Uberti and my 4 3/4" Colt both holstered. My 7.5" Uberti (3 click) in .38-40 out of the holster. That was a very fun day at the range burning charcoal. We were playing with black powder loads that day in .45 Schofield, .45 Colt and .38-40.
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This one is.
I bought it as a convertable model with 45 ACP cylinder.
Several pics and discussion here just scroll down and you will see mine.


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I'm dumb! What are 4 click revolvers?

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Originally Posted by Switch
I'm dumb! What are 4 click revolvers?

They are revolvers based upon the Colt that give four clicks when you pull back the hammer...some people say the 4 clicks spell C O L T when cocking the revolver.


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