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Herter’s revolvers were based on the Colt single action — as were most other SA revolvers of the time — and priced lower than a Ruger or Colt. Lest we assume they were strictly a “cheap” gun, they were imported by Herter’s, but produced in Western Germany by J.P. Sauer & Sohn. These revolvers were solidly constructed, with good sights, had case head recesses in the cylinders, and were produced in .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum. 6" barrel, Blued. Comes with a Holster. 

No box.

Herter's 44 Calibre 44mag

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