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Uberti cattleman or Ruger Vaquero?

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Both. I own the Cattleman and have shot the Vaquero... Both excellent guns. Just a matter of taste. Uberti is more of a replica of the Colt where the Ruger is not quite but close...

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I have an Uberti that has held up well over 10 years or so and have had zero issues with it.   It is a more accurate copy of the SAA as @bhunted has said. The Ruger would probably prove to be more rugged over the long haul.

It depends on what you're looking for and of course price.

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