Cimarron/ Pedersoli 86/71 Boarbuster 45/70 Gov’t Lever Action Rifle, 19″ Barrel, Blued, Walnut Stock, Cimarron SH905
With the discontinuance of Winchester’s famed 1886 model, in 1935 the company created one of the classic of 20th century big-game rifles by modifying the old ’86 into the Model 71. Made in half magazine configuration with a pistol grip stock, this Browning-designed, 5-shot lever-action quickly became the rifle of choice and was very effective against any North American big game–including Canada and Alaska.
This handsome rifle has been faithfully reproduced for Cimarron by Davide Pedersoli and has been reintroduced to hunters and sport shooters alike. Offered in its original .348 Winchester chambering or in the powerful .45-70 round, this rifle has already proven itself in the African bush as well as in North America!
The Hogzilla Killa, sporting a 19-inch blued barrel and frame, with a straight grained, pistol gripped, hand checkered walnut stock and forearm, also features a thick rubber recoil pad, traditional rear sights (or optional receiver peep sight) and modern front sights and fitted for sling swivels. For those who appreciate blued steel and fine wood firearms, Cimarron’s replica Model 71 is on its way to becoming a modern-day classic!
Barrel Length 19 in. Round
Frame Blue Steel
Finish Standard Blue
Overall Length No
Weight 7.69 Lbs.