Billed as "the gun that won the West," the Winchester Model 1873 is one of the most significant firearms in American history. With a production life that spanned over three decades, the Model 1873 is one of the most popular firearms ever produced. The popularity of the 1873 led to Colt's creation of the Single Action Army, which used the same ammunition. The 1873 Rimfire was the first .22 caliber repeating rifle in America, introduced in 1884 and discontinued in 1904. This 1891-manufactured lever-action features a 24" round barrel and fixed front and rear sights. Its wood is in good condition and its metal and bore are in fair condition.