Happy Hump Day all! We just got in a Used Gem in this NIB Never Fired Cimarron Man With No Name chambered in .38spl with a 7.5″ barrel. Fire up the Clint Eastwood movies to put you in the mood and come on down to take a look at this bad boy.
You can hang ’em high or paint the town red with this 1851 Navy cartridge conversion revolver. Either way, this spitting image replica of the 1851 Navy model used by Clint Eastwood in the 1960s spaghetti westerns will surely set you apart from other sixgunners! Retaining a Civil War-era, black powder style loading lever, yet converted to handle modern factory smokeless cartridges in .38 Colt or .38 S&W Special, this 7 1/2-inch, octagonal barreled smokewagon is finished in blue and color casehardening, with a brass back strap and trigger guard. The walnut grips are period varnished and the overall feel Here’s a cartridge conversion sixgun, introduced by Cimarron that definitely stands out from the crowd!
I can almost hear the music from the Good, the Bad and the Ugly when I look at this weapon. Whether you are a cowboy competition shooter or just an enthusiast, the Cimarron Man With No Name revolver will put a smile on your face. As always, thank you for reading the Blog at gunshinearms.com