The Cimarron imported Uberti made for hunting and Cowboy Action Shooting Model 1876 Centennial. In 1876, the Winchester Repeating Arms Company introduced the Model 1876 at the Philadelphia Centennial, celebrating the anniversary of the Declaration of Independance from British rule. The 1876 was chambered in much more powerful hunting cartridges than the 1873 model. Those living on the frontier welcomed it, for this was where grizzlies frequently dined on settlers and large plains game required long range shooting to place meat on the table. The Model 1876 was the first big game repeater and would become the favorite hunting rifle of one of the greatest of all American outdoorsmen, Theodore Roosevelt. The Cimarron imported Uberti 1876 is the first made since this model was discontinued in 1898.
Firearm Specs-50-95 Winchester caliber, color case hardened frame, 22" barrel, smooth walnut straight grip stock, standard blue finish, approx. weight 9.25 pounds.