Rooster Shooter .45 Colt, 4 3/4" by Uberti

Rooster Shooter .45 Colt, 4 3/4 in. , 1 Piece Orange Finger Grooved, Original Finish, Model RS410

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Product Description


A replica of John Wayne’s Colt® Single Action, used in many of his great Westerns, including his Oscar winning performance in “True Grit”, where he brings thecolorful character Rooster Cogburn to life.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Caliber .45 COLT
Barrel Length 4 3/4 in.
Style Hollywood Uberti
Frame No
Finish Original Finish
Grip 1 Piece Orange Finger Grooved
Overall Length No
Weight 2.48 Lbs.


Customer Reviews (3)

Possibly the same as the OriginalReview by SodaPopBob
To be fair, to accurately value this gun would have to be compared to an original Colt. One would have to expect the manufacturer to be working off an original Colt blue print, so I assume all measurements the same. I have not checked an original to verify measurements but on this model I'm getting .032 of an inch steel between cartridges in the cylinder walls, and about .060 from cartridges to the outside of the cylinder. That's pretty thin, so I would not want to use heavy loads. I took the gun out to the range and when I fired it the cylinder rod was working its way out, but I discovered I probably neglected to properly align the rod so it would secure it properly with rod recess notches. In my mind color of grips not right, two yellow, doesn't really look like aged ivory. In summary, I imagine its as good as a gun one can acquire if your looking for that Wayne type of hip gun. If I was in charge of its manufacture, I would fit a different grip, and see if I could put a little more metal between cartridges in the cylinder, but Hey, if that was what the originals were??? And yeah, I would work to get the price down a bit if possible. (Posted on 3/27/2015)
Fair copy of the gun used by John Wayne in his moviesReview by ELYLV
Fair reproduction of gun used in movie westerns by John Wayne and others.
Gun is made to look like 1873 colt that has a lot of holster time outdoors and to be a reproduction of the guns used by the Duke which is great fun to own by John Wayne fans.
The price is high for this reproduction gun that should sell for 500 to 600 max in my opinion.
The grip color is a little dark.
No colt pat markings
Still I am happy with it for what it is but feel a little hosed on the price compared to other 1873 colt clones on the market
John Wayne fans and cowboy shooters will enjoy owning this gun

(Posted on 8/20/2014)
it's an awesome gunReview by John
it is awesome but if I could change one thing it would be the finish I bought this thinking it would be an awesome gun for shooting and hunting but I found out since all it is is an acid wash finish if you touch the gun it will rust. What I did to fix this problem was I used a rust and blueing remover and took the rust off and I used duplicolor high temp clear coat on it I know there are gun colectors that would say I have ruined this gun but if they would offer a nickel finish to this gun it would be a perfect gun. (Posted on 12/11/2012)

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