This is a 47% scale miniature Colt single action army revolver Model of 1873 with 7 1/2 inch barrel made by Uberti in Italy. Also known as the “Peacemaker” and “Frontier Six Shooter”. Very scarce smokeless powder frame. Fully functional, but non-firing. 6″ long overall with a 3 7/16″ rifled barrel of .21 caliber. The top of the barrel factory roll stamped with the proper Colt italics one line barrel address. No Uberti markings on the bottom of the barrel. The hammer with both half cock and full cock, and you can hear & feel the proper four clicks when the hammer is cocked. Features include charcoal blue and case colored finish, smokeless powder frame with the oval ejector rod button, spring loaded cylinder pin release, and the “pinched frame” topstrap sighting groove. The triggerguard is stamped 45 CAL on the left side just behind the trigger. The frame stamped with the two patent dates on the left side. Very early serial number 619 stamped into the frame, trigger guard, backstrap, the rear of the cylinder, and the loading gate hinge. Checkered hammer spur. Nickel silver blade type front sight. Two piece ivory grips made by Beau Hickory of Prescott, Arizona with a brass escutcheon on the right side only, and a brass screw entering from the left side. Mint new condition except for two small freckles in the blue on the top of the backstrap just behind the hammer. The ivory grips showing a minor age crack on the right side with a pleasing aged patina and grain. From the personal miniature collection of Joel Morrow. Stock # JM-30. Price Reduced: $850.00.