** The Cimarron 1887 pictured above is California legal and does not require additional CA compliant parts or modification. **
Here's the lever gun that helped establish the repeating shotgun. Introduced in the West in spring 1888, this 5-shot smoothbore quickly became a success and saw fair usage during the latter years of the frontier. With nearly 64,000 of them made before 1899, the gun was carried by Arizona Sheriff John Slaughter, and the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad issued '87s to its messengers. Made from an original in our collection, Cimarron's 1887 Lever Shotgun comes with a 20" blued barrel and is chambered in 12 gauge and capable of handling 2 3/4-inch shotshells.