The Cimarron imported Uberti made for hunting and Cowboy Action Shooting Model 1876 Centennial. Winchester 1876 Crossfire Carbine Civilian Model made exclusively for Cimarron by A. Uberti using an original from the Cimarron collection. The Winchester Centennial Model 1876 Carbine is distinguishable by the full wood forearm and short 22 inch barrel. Historically, these became famous when the North West Mounted Police of Canada used these to suppress the famous Northwest Rebellion of 1885 by the Cree Tribe and the "Metis" at such famous battles as Cut Knife Hill and Fort Pitt. Recently, it became famous again when Tom Selleck used the civilian model 1876 carbine in his western film "Crossfire Trail" to telling effect.
Firearm Specs-45-75 caliber, color case hardened frame, 22 inch round barrel, walnut wood stock, standard blued finish. Comes with saddle ring and an eight shot tubular magazine. Firearm weight approx. 9 lbs.