10/10/11 3:37 PM | by

The Beretta Stampede is a replica of Colt’s famous Single-Action Army revolver, or The Peacemaker. The revolver was famous because it was originally chambered in .44-40 Winchester, so it shared the same ammo as “the rifle that won the west,” a Winchester 1873. However, Beretta only offers it in .45 Colt and .357 Magnum.

There are several variants of the Stampede revolver, but they all have common features such as a 10.3-inch barrel, fixed sights, black plastic grips, a transfer bar and a hard-color case finished frame.

Stampede Blue is available chambered in .45 Colt and .357 Magnum, and has a blued finish. Also, the .357 model has a 7.5-inch barrel.

Stampede Deluxe is chambered in .45 Colt, has a charcoal blued barrel and cylinder, and walnut grips.

Stamped Nickel is chambered in .45 Colt and has a Nickel finish.

Stampede Old West is available chambered in .45 Colt and .357 Magnum, and has an antique style-blued finish for a more rustic look. Also, the .357 model has a 7.5-inch barrel.

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