Winchester 1873

Rifleman Q&A: When Did Winchester Stop Making The Model 1873?

Can you tell me about the Winchester 1873 lever-action rifle? In particular, I would like to know when Winchester stopped making it. Are replicas available?

Winchester Repeating Arms: From Lever Actions To Legacy Guns

It’s not hard to make the argument that the Winchester name is one of the most indelible in the firearm industry. The company has produced some of the finest guns in history and has cemented the lever-action rifle as part of the American heritage.

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. 

New for 2021: Uberti 'Teddy' Revolver

Uberti USA now offers a reproduction of a Colt Single Action Army owned by President Theodore Roosevelt.

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.

Video—Rifleman Review: Navy Arms Centennial Model 1873 Winchester Presentation Model

For the centennial anniversary of the Buffale Bill Center of the West, in Cody, Wyo., Winchester released their Navy Arms Cetennial Model 1873 Presentation Model.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: SilencerCo; Winchester/Navy Arms Model 1873 Rifle

This week American Rifleman TV gets an inside look at SilencerCo.

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.

Going Upscale Cowboy: The Navy/Winchester ‘73

The Navy Arms Winchester Model 1873, featuring checkered walnut and real bone-charcoal color-casehardening, is one of the nicest production lever-actions Keefe has ever handled.

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.

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