For Maryland, that'd be close to right on the price for a NIB/LNIB version. Heck of a deal if you can talk 'em down a little
There are FOUR types of Cattleman...
Cattleman SA (1973-78)
Cattleman Buckhorn SA (1973-78)
Cattleman Buntline SA (1973-78)
Cattleman Trail Blazer (.22lr/.22WMR-came with both cylinders) (1973-78)
SA - Fixed sights, one-piece Walnut grip, case-hardened frame w/ brass grip frame.
came in .357 Mag w/ 4.75 or 5.5" or 7.25" barrel, or .44 Mag w 6", or .45 Long Colt w/ 4.75 or 5.5" or 7.25".
Weight around 41 oz w/ 7.25 barrel.
Buckhorn - adj rear and ramp front sights, and a 12" barrel option along with the previously mentioned lengths.
Weight around 44 oz with long barrel.
Buntline - Same as Buckhorn, except came with 18" barrel and shoulder stock with brass fittings
Weighs about 56 oz.
Trail Blazer - .22lr/22WMR cylinders included, had 5.5 or 6.5" barrel & weighed about 40 oz.
The Buckhorns rate around $100 more than the SA, and the Buntlines run around $150-200 more.
Uberti still makes 'em under their own name these days...cost around $519-799 Uberti Single-Action 1873 Cattleman
Buntline $649-799 Uberti 1873 Revolver Carbine, 1873 Buntline Target
AND...for us SASS/cowboy shooters, they make Matched Pairs