Uberti 1873

The Uberti 1873 is a lever-action rifle chambered in .45 Colt, .357 Mag., .44-40 Win. and .44 Mag. The Uberti 1873 is actually a replica of the Winchester 1873, also referred to as “the gun that won the west” because it was a favorite for cowboys, Indians, and lawmen. Plus, it was chambered in a popular pistol cartridge. Uberti specializes in making replicas of popular weapons of the 19th century.

Features on the 1873 include a tubular magazine fixed along the barrel and a beautiful A-grade walnut stock with checkered grips and fore-end.

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