1873 SADDLE RIFLE 18 Inch 357

1873 SADDLE RIFLE 18 Inch 357

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Description

Arguably the most famous rifle of the Old West Winchester’s first centerfire arm was manufactured from 1873-1919 with more than 541000 turned out before 1900. A frontier favorite since its debut this lever-action rifle was produced in a number of variations from short Trapper models and carbines to short and extra-long barreled rifles. A few short years after the 1873 rifle was introduced it was often teamed with the famed 1873 Peacemaker and other sixguns that had been chambered for the ’73’s .44-40 (.44WCF) .38-40 (.38 WCF) and .32-20 (.32 WCF) ammunition. The premier choice of the post-1874 Texas Rangers this slab-sided saddle rifle was also favored by such well-known Westerners as Pat Garrett William F. Cody Montana Rancher Granville Stuart and outlaws Butch Cassidy Belle Starr and Billy the Kid. Cimarron offers more variations than any other company from plain to fully engraved with hand-checkered pistol-gripped stocks and in barrel lengths that run from a short 16 inches to a full 30 inches long. Calibers offered are .32-20 38 Special/.357 Magnum 38/40 .44 Special/.44 Magnum .44-40 and .45 Colt. Cimarron’s ’73s come in Standard Blue Charcoal Blue or Original Finish and with straight walnut stocks or collector quality hand-checkered deluxe models with the pistol grip stock. From Saddle Ring Carbine to Long Range Sporting Rifle like the originals Cimarron’s 1873 lever guns are considered the best!

Features:

  • Caliber: 357/38 Spl.
  • Barrel Length: 18 in. Octagon
  • Style: Saddle Rifle
  • Capacity: 10+1
  • Frame: Color Case Hardened
  • Finish: Standard Blue
  • Grip: Walnut
  • Overall Length: No
  • Weight: 8 Lbs.

Additional information

Weight 9.4 lbs
Dimensions 46.25 × 8.5 × 1.95 in