Arguably the most famous rifle of the Old West, Winchester's first centerfire arm was manufactured from 1873-1919, with more than 541,000 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.
|Caliber||45 Colt (LC)|
|Weight Range||7 lbs to 7.99 lbs|
|Stock Description||Straight Walnut|
|Barrel Description||20" Octagon|
|Metal Finish Group||Color Case Haened|
|Stock Finish Group||Brown|
|Barrel Length Range||20" to 20.99"|
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