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Taylor's & Company 1873 Cattleman 44-40 Winchester 4.75" Barrel Revolver REV/700B

Taylor's & Company 1873 Cattleman 44-40 Winchester 4.75" Barrel Revolver REV/700B

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Product Summary

Taylor's & Company offers the finest collection of Cattleman Model 1873's in the market today. Our Single Action models are manufactured using the highest quality standards available. Our frames are forged--which gives you a revolver that will withstand the demands of competition and Cowboy Action Shooting. Forged frames feature a better grain structure and are expected to be stronger, offering you a revolver that will stand the test of time. We offer a wide-range of finish and grip options for this "Peacemaker" style revolver. The New Model Frame features a plunger to remove the cylinder pin. Special finishes are available such as nickel, charcoal blue, stainless, and antique finish.


- Caliber: .44-40
- Barrel Length: 4 3/4"
- Capacity: 6
- Overall Length: 10.25"
- Weight: 2.27 lbs
- Finish: Blue Finish with Case Hardened Frame
- Grip/Stock: Walnut
- Sights: Blade Front
- Version: Standard Edition

Caliber Dictionary

The Below Information Has Been Provided From Our Gun Caliber Dictionary And Is Meant For Informational Purposes Only. It Is Not Intended to Describe The Unique Specifications For This Ammunition.
The 44-40 Winchester (44 WCF) was introduced by Winchester in 1873 in their Model 1873 lever action. The '73, "the gun that won the West," was the first truly successful repeater, and its 44-40 cartridge was quickly adopted by other manufacturers, including both Colt and Smith & Wesson in revolvers. Using a .427-inch bullet, the standard load features a 200-grain bullet at about 1100 feet per second, producing 588 foot-pounds of energy. This is not a lot of power, but the 44-40 was probaby the most popular sporting cartridge of the 19th Century, accounting for untold amounts of game. It remained the most popular chambering in the 1892 Winchester, and was a common chambering in both rifles and handguns at least through the 1940s. The growth in Cowboy Action shooting has revived it; the 44-40 has less recoil than the 45 Colt, and serves as a common chambering for rifles and revolvers. Ammo is readily available and it is chambered to numerous reissues and reproductions. — Craig Boddington

Specification   Value
Caliber   44-40 Winchester
Condition   New
MFG NO    550890
SKU    1083759
UPC    839665001165
Taylor's & Company
Phone:   540-722-2017
Email:   info@taylorsfirearms.com
Website:   http://www.taylorsfirearms.com
Address:   304 Lenoir Drive

Winchester, VA 22603
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