Cimarron Model 3 Schofield .38 Extraordinary Single-Activity Gun
Created by Smith and Wesson from 1875 to 1915, the Model 3 Schofield Top-Break pistol was intended to address the issues of rangers warriors. The top-break configuration permitted a shooter to handily launch spent cartridges and reload while riding a horse. The gun additionally turned into a top pick of such notables as Jesse James and Bill Hickok, and a variant of it turned into a standard sidearm in the Russian government. Many thought of it as better than the 1873 Foal for mounted work. This Model 3 Schofield from Cimarron would make an incredible expansion to the assortment of any Old West fan or cattle rustler activity shooter.
Cimarron Model 3 Schofield Highlights and Particulars:
Type: .38 Exceptional
Single-Activity Just, Top-Break Gun
Two-Piece Pecan Grasps
Weight: 2.65 lbs