A Classic Carbine. The MODEL 1873 is widely credited as being “The Gun that Won the West®.” Chambered in the popular handgun calibers of the day, it’s been produced in carbine, rifle and musket models. Cowboy Action Shooters love the reliable Model 1873 because it fires the same ammo as their revolver.
Now you can own the real thing. This is a genuine Winchester Repeating Arms® Model ’73 with an oil-finished walnut stock, classic blued steel carbine strap buttplate and a 20″ round barrel with a full-length magazine, just like the original. Semi-buckhorn rear sights with Marble Arms® Gold Bead front sight gets you on target quickly. Steel loading gate for smoother loading. Receiver rear tang is drilled and tapped for optional tang-mounted rear sight for a more precise sight picture (sight not included). If you’re the type of collector or hunter who won’t settle for second best or a copy of a copy, fill your hands with this magnificent rifle, saddle up and blaze your trail into the sunset.
- Walnut Straight Grip Stock with a satin oil finish that’s velvet smooth to the touch
- Classic Carbine-Style Forearm with a blued barrel band for the timeless look and feel of the original Model 1873 carbines
- Blued Steel Carbine Strap Buttplate slips into your shoulder for a solid hold
- Blued Steel Carbine Saddle Ring lets you secure your carbine to your saddle rigging
- Ladder Style Rear Sight and Blade Front Sight get you on target quickly
- Steel Loading Gate for smoother loading
- Receiver Top Tang is drilled and tapped for an optional tang-mounted rear sight for a more precise sight picture
|Length of Pull (in)||13||Drop at Comb (in)||1 3/4|
|Drop at Heel (in)||3||Stock Material||Black Walnut|
|Stock Finish||Oil||Recoil Pad||Carbine Metal Strap|
|Pistol Grip Cap||None||Receiver Material||Steel|
|Receiver Finish||Brushed Polish||Drilled and Tapped for Scope||No|
|Trigger Material||Steel||Trigger Finish||Brushed Polish|
|Trigger Guard Material||Steel||Trigger Guard Engraving||None|
|Magazine Type||Full-Length Tube||Magazine Capacity||10|
|Chamber Finish||Polished||Bolt Slide Finish||Brushed Polish|
|Barrel Material||Steel||Barrel Finish||Brushed Polish|
|Barrel Contour||Sporter||Twist Rate (in)||18 3/4|
|Overall Length (in)||39||Weight||7 lbs 4 oz|
|Wood Grade||Grade I||Checkering||None|
|Sling Swivel Studs||None|
The gun that won the West. The Model 73 is world-renowned as “The Gun that Won the West.” Now you can own the real thing — a genuine Winchester Repeating Arms® Model 73 with an oil-finished walnut stock, classic blued steel crescent buttplate and a 20″ round barrel, just like the original. If you’re the type of collector who won’t settle for second best or a copy of a copy, fill your hands with this magnificent rifle, saddle up and blaze your trail into the sunset.
Chambered in several popular handgun calibers of the cowboy era, it’s been produced in carbine, rifle and musket models. Cowboy Action Shooters love the reliable Model 1873 because it fires the same ammo as their revolvers. Several features of the Model 1873 are what set it apart over 140 years ago, and still make it a very cool rifle to shoot today.
All Model 1873 rifles have the Winchester touch of quality. Each Winchester Model 1873 has a beautiful walnut stock with a with a satin oil finish that’s velvet smooth to the touch. Whether the model you choose has blued steel throughout or a case-colored receiver and fore-end cap, the quality, level of polish and finishes are superior. Today’s 1873 — like those of the past — come in a number of variations for you to choose from, so take your time and explore the 1873s below. The steel loading gate on all models provides for smoother loading. The rear tang is drilled and tapped for an optional tang-mounted rear sight for a more precise sight picture.
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