The USFA Double Eagle

Michael Bane takes the new USFA Double Eagle in .44 Special to the shooting range. It is also a good carry gun for those who prefer to carry a single action revolver. This model is a modified Colt 1873 SAA clone with a Birdshead grip and sporting a low profile Bisley hammer. The model is available in 3 ½”, 4″ or 4 ¾” barrel lengths. In addition to the .44 Special, it can also be delivered in 45 Colt and 44 WCF (44-40).

Reference Links:

US Firearms

Mernickle Concealed Carry Holster for SA Revolvers

4 Responses to The USFA Double Eagle

  1. Butch Cabrone

    February 27, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    Very throrough evaluation. Beautiful firearm. I agree with the beauty of the hammer and the grip combination. I will order one in the future, but with the
    4.75 length barrel.
    Thanks for posting the video

  2. Buford Cole

    March 11, 2010 at 3:19 pm

    Very nice review. Thank you. I have a DE on order and enjoyed being teased by looking at yours while I wait.

    One very small rub. I am interested in the Mernickle holster, but would still love to see one. It was a little difficult to get a good look at it here as either the camera man had it just out of the frame, or you had one of those big ham hocks covering it! :-) .. Give us another look! How about a review just for the holster?

    Thanks again!

    Bewf

  3. Michael

    March 22, 2010 at 11:49 am

    A very nice Gun. I have one US Firearms Revolver and I´am loking for a second Revolver for Cowboy Action Shooting. Thats the correct Revolver from me but with a 4,75 Barrel too. I like the high Quality from US Firearms Products.

    Greetings from Germany

    Michael

  4. Lessdrop

    December 17, 2010 at 6:23 am

    When I saw the photo of the new usfde I had to have one. 3″ was the only model in sock, sooo-when it arrived it was a show stopper and fit my grip just as I thought it would and shoots like a dream.
    I planned on putting this strait into inventory, but ya gotta have a demo,right? And did I mention it shoots excellent!! Very accurate right outta da box? Would make a nice cross draw rig for concealed activities. These are exact copies-to the extent of the one piece hammer/firing Penaz transfer bar on these babies, but a very effective safety notch just before the hammer hits the primer.
    Now I need a x model, then a y, and z…(For inventory, of course)…so many choices, and so little time. Did I mention that these shoot great and……
    Lessdrop

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