The .44-40 Winchester: History and Performance
It is said that the Winchester Model 1873 lever-action rifle is one of the guns that "Won the West." The same could also be said for its cartridge which still lives on to this day, the .44-40 Winchester, the history of which is explored here.
Winchester Model 1873: Still Selling Today
You might think the Winchester Model 1873 is a vestige of a bygone era, but it's still one of the company's top-selling models.
New Winchester 1873 Lever-Action Rifles with Turnbull Finish
Turnbull Restoration Co. is continuing the lever-action series with a Winchester Model 1873, featuring the unique Turnbull Color Case Finish, charcoal bluing and rust bluing.
Winchester Model 1873
Only a select few firearms have risen to such a level that they receive a moniker all their own. One of them, of course, is the infamous “Gun that Won the West,” more commonly known as the Winchester Model 1873.
Winchester's 'New' Model 1873
The lever-action Winchester Model 1873, the company’s first center-fire, is a classic piece of Americana, and its iconic lines are instantly recognizable. Now it is back in the Winchester catalog, and the barrels are roll-marked “Winchester” for the first time since 1919.
Ben Cartwright's Winchester Model 1873
Chambered in .44-40, this carbine could take the most popular centerfire ammunition available for either rifle or handgun in the West.