Whenever we look at modern single-action rimfire revolvers, the common model we think of is the Ruger Single Six, with its swappable .22 LR / .22 Win Mag cylinders. I have one, I’ve owned a couple in the past, and I don’t have a single bad thing to say about them.
I happened upon the same offering at Collectors Firearms, only this one’s made by the Italian Uberti company, and good grief, it’s a beauty:
…and at an old GunsAmerica listing, I found it in non-stainless:
Now we all know Uberti makes fine cowboy replica guns (and I’ve shot several of them, in .44-40, .45 LC and .357/.38), but I missed that they also make some other .22 revolvers, featuring a scaled-down Colt Peacemaker action. When I went to their website to see what was what, there was this beauty (which looks more like a Ruger Bearcat, incidentally):
Case-hardened, brass sub-frame, AND there’s a 10-shot model option? Be still, my twitching trigger finger.
And from what I can see, you’d be in for less than $500 each.
Want. All of them.