Cimarron Bisley Model Revolver 44 WCF 7.5" Barrel Case Hardened 2-Piece Walnut Standard Blue Finish CA624
This Cimarron Uberti revolver has a .429 bore. The cylinder cambers are large enough to accept the thicker Star line brass and .430 dia bullets.
Colt realizing the popularity of the Winchester 1873 rifles chambered in .44 WCF and realizing that their .45 colt cartridge was nearly the same length as the Winchester rifle cartridge decided to build a Frontier model of their famous 1873 SAA revolver in the .44 WCF caliber but did not want to advertise Winchesters name on their guns so simply renamed the cartage as the 44-40. This became extremely popular with western settlers as now they only needed to carry one caliber for both their rifle and revolvers. The .44 WCF / 44-40 remains a popular caliber 140 years later and is very popular with Cowboy action shooting.
- Caliber: 44-40 Winchester - Barrel Length: 7.5 inches - Style: Bisley - Frame: Case Hardened - Finish: Standard Blue - Grip: 2 Piece Walnut - Single Action - Fixed Sights - 6-round Capacity - Weight: 2.79 lbs
The Bisley Target Model was introduced around 1895. The Bisleys’ unsightly grip cannot be appreciated until one unholsters this arm and points down range. It is then that you will understand and appreciate the Bisley. The model’s popularity was high with target shooters and lawmen because of its accuracy.
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