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Thread: Cimarron model p

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    Cimarron model p

    I did a rooky mistake other day, i bid on a Cimarron model p 38-40 revolver and now inspecting i see it is a ASM revolver. I always thought that Uberti made all the Cimarron guns.

    Are these revolvers worth a dang generally?

    Also how do they hold value? Generally, i know can not put value on a certain gun but generally.
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    I have one. Mines in 45COLT and it feels shoots and handles like a old friend. Its shot more then any COLT that I have.

    Mine is a Brass frame blued 4 1/2" gun. PLUS altho I don't handle it roughly, should it get a bump or ding I don't worry as I would if it was a COLT wearing three "0"'s after it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigted View Post
    I did a rooky mistake other day, i bid on a Cimarron model p 38-40 revolver and now inspecting i see it is a ASM revolver. I always thought that Uberti made all the Cimarron guns.

    Are these revolvers worth a dang generally?

    Also how do they hold value? Generally, i know can not put value on a certain gun but generally.

    had an ASM (EMFco) 44/40 ----lost it in the howard buyback - still pissed off about that - it was a really good gun - my capgun is an ASM 51 navy that has done a lot of work and had a few wins -- If you get one as good as either of mine you will not be sorry!!

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    To my way of thinking, the name Cimarron stamped on something indicates a high quality firearm, no matter who actually manufactured it for them.
    Same with Taylor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Gebirgsjager View Post
    To my way of thinking, the name Cimarron stamped on something indicates a high quality firearm, no matter who actually manufactured it for them.
    Same with Taylor.
    Yep, the Cimarron Ubertis were several notches about the firearms Uberti sold under their own name. I would assume this holds true from the Cimarron ASM as well.
    Disclaimer: The above is not holy writ. It is just my opinion based on my experience and knowledge. Your mileage may vary.

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    Cool, thanks for the reply's.
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    I have one in 45 colt and have no complaints at all with it. Enjoy it!

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    Ahh did not get it before another scooped it up. Nother lesson ... thanks
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