Here’s a unique firearm that, although this version did not exist in the Real Old West, similar black powder versions did. Maybe it should have? Inspired by such Reel West sagas as The Man With No Name of the 1960s, and in the classic TV movie Lonesome Dove, where it was favored by the “Man Burner,” this unique peacemaker-type, revolving carbine has enjoyed a history all its own! Cimarron’s unique design combines the famed frontier single-action revolver, with a shoulder stock and the spur trigger guard, making this shoulder-mounted sixgun a popular choice with western buffs–especially with Cowboy Mounted Shooters in the Rifle Class competitions. Cimarron’s Revolving Carbine sports an 18-inch round barrel and is finished in standard Blue and color case hardening, and can be had in .45 Colt, .44-40, or .38 Special/.357 Magnum chambering. Saddle up or shoulder up–either way this revolving carbine is an eye-catcher!