Uberti USA 150th Anniversary 1873 Rifle On The Range

posted on October 22, 2023

Remembered as the "Gun That Won The West," the Winchester 1873 is one of the most iconic American rifles ever made, and Uberti USA is recognizing the design's 150th anniversary with a tastefully embellished 150th anniversary edition. Watch our American Rifleman "On The Range" video above to see the details of this latest offering.

Chambered in either .45 Colt or .357 Magnum, the Uberti USA 150th Anniversary 1873 Rifle is built with a case-hardened receiver that's paired with a 20" octagonal barrel. Completing the classic look of the gun is a set of A-grade satin walnut furniture, as well as traditional scroll engraving on the receiver itself. These designs were faithfully copied off an original Winchester rifle and reproduced by Giovanelli of Italy.

This Uberti isn't just a looker, though. The under-barrel tubular magazine holds 10 rounds of either .45 Colt or .357 Mag., depending on the rifle's chambering, and the rifle will run all day on the range, just like its predecessors. The suggested retail price on the Uberti USA 150th Anniversary 1873 Rifle is $1,799. For more information, visit uberti-usa.com.


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