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Just ordered a Winchester 1873 Sporter 357 caliber, 24" octagon barrel. It should arrive next Thursday. The wait will be unbearable.

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That is beautiful!


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Schwing!




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Thats a great looking rifle
 
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That is a beautiful rifle. I have been wanting a Uberti 1873 in .357 half octagon barrel for awhile now. I need to scratch that itch. Congrats and enjoy.



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Gorgeous. I own two recent production Miroku rifles (like the Winchester). The Japanese make wonderful rifles and the fit and finish is second to none.
 
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MMMM Case Color

*Drool*


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Gorgeous rifle, sir. I would have an extremely difficult time waiting as well.


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Great rifles. Many of the Cowboy Shooters I know replace the two piece firing pin with an after market single unit.

Check out this thread... http://www.sassnet.com/forums/...chester-1873-miroku/

The first thing I add to all my 1873 rifles is a Surehit site from Slick McClade. www.slickmagicguns.com/SureHitSights.htm




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Rolan, I went to that website for the Surehit site but it shows "not found".
 
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Sharp lookin rifle there Sir!!! LOVE. case coloring!
 
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Good looking rifle. I have always wanted one.
 
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Rolan, I went to that website for the Surehit site but it shows "not found".


Kaschi, Try this.

http://www.slickmagicguns.com/SureHitSights.html




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Thanks Rolan!
 
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Schwang AND schwung....

Thats just a whole load of beautiful awesome right there. Please, PLEASE return with pics and a full report!


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Well, my Model 1873 arrived today. BEAUTIFUL rifle. Can't wait to waste a few rounds.


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Here are some quick pics from my iphone.
The wood grain is much better than the pics show.






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Thank you for sharing and congrats to your new toy!

What ammo will you take? What bullet shape?
 
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That is a beautiful rifle right there Smile...congratulations!


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