Winchester Repeating Arms Remakes the Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Repeating Arms Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Winchester Repeating Arms Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Winchester Repeating Arms
Winchester Repeating Arms

East Alton, IL – -(Ammoland.com)- Winchester Repeating Arms is pleased to announce the return of the Model 1873 lever-action rifle for 2013. The Model 73 is world-renowned as “The Gun that Won the West”.

Consumers can now own a genuine Winchester Repeating Arms Model 73 with an oil-finished walnut stock, classic blued steel crescent buttplate and 20″ round barrel, just like the original.

Other features include a full-length magazine tube, semi-buckhorn rear sight with Marble Arms gold bead front sight. A steel loading gate and receiver rear tang that is drilled and tapped for a tang-mounted rear sight. The Model 1873 is offered in .357/38 Special chambering. Suggested Retail, $1,299.99.

For more information, please visit www.winchesterguns.com.

Winchester Repeating Arms Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Winchester Repeating Arms Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
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    Larry

    Where can I find unprimed brass for the winchester model-94 356 caliber. I have been looking for over a year, the gun is not much good if can not find brass to reload. A box of shells are 75.00 dollars which is not very good for me.

    Chuck Belton
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    Chuck Belton

    Bought one a month ago. Great rifle.
    Wood to metal fit is perfect. Great blue/
    black metal finish. Shoots 38sp and 357
    without a problem and accurately.No rebounding
    hammer. Half cock hammer safety. Oiled wood finish.
    Just like a original.

    TEX
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    TEX

    @chuck,side mount scopes suck !

    Hardcase
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    Hardcase

    A “genuine Winchester”? In the words of the philosopher: “Not hardly”.

    RichardH
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    RichardH

    The Winchester does not even come close to looking as good as the other replica model 1873’s already on the market. Companies like EMF, Uberti, Taylor & Co., and especially Cimmaron produce a significantly more esthetically pleasing weapon, with more barrel lengths and caliber options.

    charlie bridges
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    charlie bridges

    I agree with Bob and i am still upset because a panic occurred when they announced production being shut down then started back up.

    Bob
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    Bob

    If only it was Made in America-not Japan!

    TEX
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    TEX

    @Bob,the original Winchester 1873 44-40 weren’t made in Japan ! Back then all American weapons were made in America, not Japan ! I have a Winchester model 94 30-30 I bought in ’79 and it wasn’t made in Japan either. New Haven,Conn.