“If starting your horse on gunfire includes a .22, this gun is for you! Uberti’s new CMS trainer has 12 shots!!! Designed in collaboration with yours truly, it also has the same hammer, 3.5″ barrel and grip style as most of our standard competition Guns, so you can still work on your muscle memory while training your horse.”
The Uberti Short Stroke KL CMS Pro was specifically designed to accustom a horse to gunfire. It is a single action .22 with the same grip, hammer, easy-view sights, and 3.5-inch barrel as most competition guns, making it possible for riders and competitors to work on muscle memory and horse training at the same time.
You can find these new CMS revolvers here. If you have someone on your gift list who likes to shoot guns while riding a horse, check it out.
And if you don’t feel like spending the money, here’s a different gift idea:
But, eh, maybe stick with the training revolvers?
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