Cimarron brings their unique brand of authentic reproductions of beloved and historic American Old West firearms to the firearms industry’s annual gathering and exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 22 – 25, 2019.
Cimarron Firearms, a world leader in authentic reproductions of frontier firearms, will be exhibiting at the 2019 SHOT Show, where they will display their popular selection of rifles, pistols and shotguns, all featuring classic styling and detail celebrating the Old West and American history. Besides many of their beloved lines of lever action rifles and revolvers, Cimarron will feature new product for the 2019 calendar year.
The long awaited and highly anticipated 1862 Pocket Navy Conversion will be highlighted. This revolver features all the historic detail of the early version of a revolver EDC, but the Cimarron version will be in today’s most popular and affordable conceal carry caliber, the .380 ACP. This five-shot revolver in a standard color case hardened frame and blued hammer has a 6” barrel and an MSRP of $570.70.
With 5 percent of the proceeds directed to the Former Texas Ranger Foundation, the Walker’s Walker .44 Dragoon US Model Co. C 1847 with 9” barrel and special military markings comes in a wood display case with a flask, cap tin, nipple wrench and certification. These are limited editions with special serial numbers.
Just like a favorite old time western, El Malo is back for another season with El Malo2™. The next-gen El Malo features the standard blue octagon barrel in 4 ¾,” 5 ½” and 7 ½” barrels in .45 LC PW or .357/.38SPL PW, all with checkered Army Grips with a low wide hammer. MSRP is $608.63.
Cimarron’s Model #3 for 2019 is the 1st Model American in 45 Colt, 44-40 and 44 Special, Colt & Russian. The Military marked Army model also has inspector marks and a cartouche. Comes in an 8” or 5” barrel. The Model #3 American can be purchased in a blued or nickel finish with case colored latch, trigger guard and hammer. A civilian model will be available as well. MSRP is $1,163.50.
Last year’s big success, the Bad Boy revolver, is back outfitted with a Picatinny rail for sights and accessories. Civil War aficionados and collectors will want to add The Blue and The Gray guns, an 1860 .44 BP revolver with 8” barrel and Old Glory flag inlaid or the Richards Transition Model® Type II conversion in standard blue with the Old Glory flag inlay. The Gray gun collection includes a Leech & Rigdon .36 BP revolver in charcoal blue with a 7 ½” barrel and the CSA battle flag inlaid or the Richards Mason Conversion Revolver in original or standard blue finish in .38 SPL with a 7 ½” barrel and the CSA battle flag inlay. All Blue and Gray guns come with certification. MSRP starts at $747.50.
Shotguns are back! The 87 Shotgun made with period style markings on the side with 20” or 30” barrels and 12 gauge with 2 ¾ chokes. The new shotguns come with a most affordable MSRP starting at $484.90. Speaking of affordable, the Billy Dixon® 1874 Sharps sporting rifle will also make its debut in 2019. Made for Cimarron by Chiappa, the 32” barrel rifle in .45-70 shoots just like the original Sharps single-shot rifles in 1874.
Want to see all the new product in one easy stop? Stop by Cimarron’s Saloon at booth 15335 on Wednesday, Jan. 23 from 4 to 5 p.m. for a little wine and snack and a new product demonstration by Cimarron’s president, Mike Harvey.
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About Cimarron Firearms:
Cimarron is recognized as the leader in quality and authenticity in replica firearms. For the past 35 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. Published in