Are Cimarron pistols good?

Are Cimarron pistols good?

Cimarron has earned a reputation for superior fit and finish among their handguns. I have owned several, and they have given good service. It is interesting to note that the company offers more variations on the SAA revolver than Colt has offered in 145 years of manufacture.

Where are Cimarron 1911 guns made?

The pistol is made for Cimarron by Armscor in the Philippines, as 1911 connoisseurs will recognize from the very slightly different configuration of its trigger guard. But the first thing you notice on the Wild Bunch gun is the finish.

Who makes the Cimarron 1911?

Cimarron’s 1911 pistols are manufactured by Arms Corporation of the Philippines (Armscor) and will also be available in both 9mm and .

Are Cimarron guns made by Uberti?

Cimarron produces firearms within the industry of western reproduction arms. The firearms are manufactured to their specifications by Uberti and Davide Pedersoli in Brescia, Italy. Uberti makes their revolvers, lever action rifles as well as the 1885 single shot falling block rifle, and shotguns.

What pistol did Clint Eastwood used in for a few dollars more?

1873 Colt Single Action Army revolver
Monco’s (Clint Eastwood’s) gun is an 1873 Colt Single Action Army revolver with a five and a half inch barrel and raised silver coiled rattlesnakes on the grips, in either . 44 or . 45 caliber; this is the same gun Eastwood’s “Joe” character carried in A Fistful of Dollars (1964).

Who makes Cimarron model P?

And the Cimarron Model “P” is one of the finest reproductions of Colt’s famous handguns available. OK, one of the confusing things is that the Cimarron Model “P” is actually made by Uberti firearms in Italy. Uberti offers their own line of good quality reproductions of these guns, which go for a bit less money.

Is Iver Johnson a good gun?

It is a great choice for home defense, concealed carry, the trail and recreational shooting. It looks like the new Iver Johnson has taken up where the original one left off — providing reliable, quality firearms at affordable prices.

What pistol did Doc Holliday carry?

The only revolver I know of that can be absolutely documented as having belonged to Doc is a cap-and-ball Model 1851 Navy Colt revolver with a standard 7½-inch barrel, Serial No. 198418, with its original holster. Doc’s uncle Dr. John Stiles Holliday gave his nephew this Navy Colt after the Civil War.

What is a Cimarron 1911?

It’s a lot like taking apart an 1911. The Cimarron 1911 is made in the Philipines by Armscor, the same makers of the Rock Island brand and others. A detail that stands out on the Cimarron 1911 is its minimalist markings.

Is the Cimarron Review pistol like the original Colt?

The magazine that came with the review pistol is nothing like an original Colt. It is an ACT-MAG 8 round magazine with a plastic floor plate. Cimarron does offer an all-metal 7 round magazine that is a lot closer to the originals for about $30. But these issues are a little nitpicky — it’s a $500 pistol!

What is a parkerized Cimarron pistol?

The pistol Cimarron sent me for review is the parkerized version. It is a pretty close copy of a WWI era Colt, but it isn’t perfect. For one thing it is parkerized, a finish that was not in use yet. Cimarron does offer them in blued, which would be more accurate, and nickel finishes. The other things are subtler.

How accurate is the Cimarron?

The accuracy improved as the bore got a bit of “seasoning”, and the Cimarron was very accurate with most ammo tested. I was expecting average accuracy from the weapon, but was surprised to find that accuracy was better than the average 1911 pistol, and reflects the Cimarron’s excellent fit and finish.