Cimarron Firearms Bad Boy Revolver Announced

All the confidence you’ll need whether handgun hunting, target shooting or coming up against an Ursus Arctos Horribilis, or “Grizzly” to you and me.

Cimarron Firearms Bad Boy
Cimarron Firearms Bad Boy Revolver

Fredericksburg, Texas ( Cimarron Firearms, recognized as the leader in quality and authenticity in Old West replica firearms, is proud to announce the arrival of the “Bad Boy.” One powerful .44 Mag on a Pre-War frame with an Army style grip and an octagonal barrel, the Bad Boy earns its name as an annihilator whether out hunting, hitting steel or just needing some reassurance when out in the back woods trapping, hunting or living off the grid.

A classic Model P design with a modern feel, the Bad Boy features standard blue finish with smooth walnut grips and flat top with adjustable sights. Powerful and accurate, the Bad Boy “bridges the gap” between firearms’ designs of the Old West and the modern technological design and production capabilities of the New West.

Bryce Wayt, Cimarron Firearms’ Media Operations Manager, opens his Bad Boy on the Cimarron YouTube Channel and takes it out for a trial. “This is probably the most powerful handgun Cimarron makes. It’s also very accurate for this size of a wheel gun.”

The Bad Boy is available in a 6 or 8 inch octagonal barrel and an MSRP of $687.70.

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About Cimarron Firearms:

Cimarron is recognized as the leader in quality and authenticity in replica firearms. For the past 30 years, Cimarron has worked continuously to perfect the authentic detail, fit, finish and function of our line of frontier firearms. There is no other firearm that is near equal in value, strength, reliability and authentic detail as is the line from Cimarron Firearms Co.

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I want one

Jimbo fisher

Why a single action other than for nostalgia?


What a clown! Pulls the gun out of the box, unwraps it, starts slinging it around, finger on the trigger, cocking it and pointing all over hell and back, and never checks to see if its loaded. Where do they find these idiots?

James Higginbotham

i have the Ruger BlackHawk in 44 mag, i also own the blackHawk in 357 mag maximum, both are fine shooters.
but i like the looks of this firearm and might give them a try?
in my 44 mag i generally shoot 44 special in it and save my Mag loads.

Gregory S. Armand

I own the Super BlackHawk in .44 mag and love it but you are right – this looks beautiful!


I’ll have to give some thought to this gun. It just might trip my trigger.

JR Bailey

I’ve been waiting for a high-quality cowboy style gun, and 44 mag, that could actually fit my hand! I do believe this may be the one.

Can’t do the Ruger series, just does not fit my hand!

Octagonal Barrel, 8 inch length cinches the deal for me.


You may also want to look at the Bounty Hunter .44 Mag revolvers, made by Weihrauch in Germany and imported by EAA corporation in the U.S. They’re made with a transfer bar, so you can load all six chambers. They have fixed sights, with barrel lengths of 4-1/2″ or 7-1/2″. I have one, and like it, although I prefer the thicker grips on my Ruger Blackhawks. I bought mine many years ago, choosing the option of a case-colored frame over all blue; I don’t know if those choices still exist today, but a web search shows that EAA still sells… Read more »

Lee Johnson

I’m with you . How about 45 colt ?


44mag….meh ……How about a 45 Colt!

JR Bailey

When encountering a horrible Arctic bear, I would prefer it in the 44 mag thank you very much!


Love to have one!