Wyatt Earp Frontier Buntline™

SKU: PP558
Made famous in the 1993 Western classic film Tombstone, this 10-inch barreled 1873 single-action revolver emulates the legendary sixgun attributed to lawman/gunman Wyatt Earp. Patterned exactly after the long-barreled peacemaker used in this classic horse opera, Cimarron's unique revolver features the solid sterling silver "Wyatt Earp, Peacekeeper" presentation plaque neatly inlaid into the sixgun's one-piece, walnut stock. Chambered for the .45 Colt cartridge, this spitting image replica is finished in Standard Blue with a color case hardened, Old Model (pre-1896) frame and hammer. Cimarron's Wyatt Earp Buntline was especially copied from one of the original movie prop firearms, with permission from Peter Sherayko, supplier of many guns to the film. For anyone wishing to display this collectible working firearm, a handsome walnut display case in also available.
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$856.70
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Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU PP558
Caliber .45 LC
Style No
Frame Old Model Case Hardened
Finish Standard Blue
Grip 1 Piece Walnut with Silver Inlaid Medallion
Overall Length No
Weight 2.69 Lbs.

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Made famous in the 1993 Western classic film Tombstone, this 10-inch barreled 1873 single-action revolver emulates the legendary sixgun attributed to lawman/gunman Wyatt Earp. Patterned exactly after the long-barreled peacemaker used in this classic horse opera, Cimarron's unique revolver features the solid sterling silver "Wyatt Earp, Peacekeeper" presentation plaque neatly inlaid into the sixgun's one-piece, walnut stock. Chambered for the .45 Colt cartridge, this spitting image replica is finished in Standard Blue with a color case hardened, Old Model (pre-1896) frame and hammer. Cimarron's Wyatt Earp Buntline was especially copied from one of the original movie prop firearms, with permission from Peter Sherayko, supplier of many guns to the film. For anyone wishing to display this collectible working firearm, a handsome walnut display case in also available.

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AwesomeReview by Awesome
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Awesome (Posted on 8/16/2015)
if you can you must have oneReview by Tim Beck
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One of my favorite guns. You will have to have a holster custom-made if you do buy it. Lots of fun to shoot and to show other enthusiasts. Life is too short to shoot an ugly gun. (Posted on 6/20/2015)
ExcellentReview by Jesse
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Excellent Accuracy didn't have to turn the barrel like most old west guns wouldn't mind owning one without the badge in the grip (Posted on 3/1/2015)

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