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The Cimarron 1873 reproduces the Winchester Model 1873 otherwise known as The Gun that Won the West. This family of repeating rifles is highly diverse in terms of the specs of the blued barrel and in the ammunition used. The original was so popular that Colt started offering its Peacemaker in different calibers so cowboys could carry their pistol and the 1873 at the same time with just one ammunition belt. The Cimarron 1873 features a standard blue barrel and a high-quality walnut stock.
Action Lever - Caliber 357 Magnum38 Spl - Barrel Length 20 - Style Deluxe Short Rifle - Capacity 10.1 - Frame Case Hardened - Finish Blued - StockForearm Walnut Hand Checkered Pistol Grip - Weight 8.3 lbs. - Winchesters 1873 rifle was the Rifle that Won the West. It was chambered in a new more powerful cartridge the .44-40-a .44 caliber bullet propelled by 40 grains of black powder. However a factor that really insured the success of the 1873 Winchester rifles was that Colt quickly offered its Peacemaker chambered in .44-40 as well. A cowboy could have both a lever-action rifle and his six shooter and needed only one cartridge belt for both. Most Texas Rangers and every old West cowboy worth his salt carried 1873 rifles. Chappo the son of Apache war chief Geronimo packed an 1873. And Buffalo Bill carried an 1873 lever-action rifle along with a pair of .44-40 Colts in 1876 when he worked as an Army scout. This piece of rifle history is available in a variety of distinctive models including the Carbine Sporting Rifle.
|Caliber||.38 SPECIAL/.357 MAGNUM|
|Barrel Length||2 BARREL|
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