Steel color case hardened receiver, full octagon blued barrel, grade II/III walnut, straight grip, color case hardened crescent buttplate and fore-end cap
RECEIVER – Steel; Color case hardened; Steel loading gate; Rear tang is drilled and tapped for scope mount
BARREL – 24” full octagon; Polished blued finish; Full length magazine tube
ACTION – Lever-action
STOCK – Grade II/III walnut; Straight grip; Classic rifle-style forearm; Steel fore-end cap • FEATURES – Semi-Buckhorn rear sight; Marble’s gold bead front sight; Color case hardened crescent buttplate, lever, fore-end cap, and loading gate • PRODUCTION – Limited to 250 units. Contact your Winchester representative for availability
Rate of Twist
7 lbs 8 oz
7 lbs 8 oz
THE GUN THAT WON THE WEST. The Model 73 is world-renowned as “The Gun that Won the West.” Now you can own the real thing — a genuine Winchester Repeating Arms® Model 73 with an oil-finished walnut stock, classic blued steel crescent buttplate and a 20" round barrel, just like the original. If you’re the type of collector who won’t settle for second best or a copy of a copy, fill your hands with this magnificent rifle, saddle up and blaze your trail into the sunset.
The 1873's feature these features:
WALNUT STRAIGHT GRIP STOCK with a satin oil finish that’s velvet smooth to the touch.
CLASSIC RIFLE STYLE FOREARM with blued steel or case-colored cap for the timeless look and feel of the original Model 73.
BLUED OR CASE COLORED STEEL CRESCENT BUTTPLATE slips into your shoulder for a solid hold.
ROUND OR OCTAGON BARREL WITH FULL-LENGTH MAGAZINE TUBE holds 10 rounds of 357 Magnum or 11 rounds of 38 Special ammunition.
SEMI-BUCKHORN REAR SIGHT WITH MARBLE ARMS® GOLD BEAD FRONT SIGHT gets you on target quickly.
STEEL LOADING GATE for smoother loading.
RECEIVER REAR TANG is drilled and tapped for optional tang-mounted rear sight for a more precise sight picture.
The Winchester 1873 has one of the most recognizable profiles in the world. You never forget it when you have seen it , held one, and especially when you have shot one. Like those of 140 years ago, this one has "Winchester" engraved on the barrel.
The beautiful look of the top tang and hammer is preserved in every way.