Classic guns from Texas company Cimarron Firearms Co. Inc
At SHOT Show 2016 held in Las Vegas, Dave “Abilene” Parker, Cimarron Firearms Co. Inc representative told representatives of Ukrainian Gun Owners Association about some classic American guns manufactured by his company.
First was the revolver, that “Won the West” – Colt Single Action Army .45. It is available in various calibers, up to .44 Magnum.
The next was the Colt 1851 Navy Conversion .38 Special, which Clint Eastwood character carried in “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” movie.
Next came the Competition model with an octagonal barrel and shortened hammer pull, which helps competition shooters shoot faster than the others.
Next gun was a 12-gauge hammer, which was used by every barmen and stagecoach drivers - Colt 1878.
In conclusion, Dave showed us the most popular rifle in the Wild West - Winchester 1873, which shoots pistol cartridges – .32, .44, and .45.
SHOT Show 2016: Classic guns from Texas company Cimarron Firearms Co. Inc