Gun Report

Cimarron Bad Boy Model CA360-Bad Boy 44 Magnum

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The Bad Boy offers a classic single action with a modern twist by using a Colt 1860 Army-style grip and octagonal barrel.

Cimarron Bad Boy Model CA360-Bad Boy 44 Magnum

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Home Defense
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Trigger Pull Single

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The Cimarron’s front sight was serrated and screwed and dovetailed into the octagonal barrel. This echoed the treatment on the BFR and was vastly superior to the EAA’s fixed front blade.
The Bad Boy’s rear sight is adjustable, and the flat top frame was drilled and tapped for mounting a scope. So equipped, the Bad Boy would make a great hunting handgun.
The Cimarron’s hammer spur had a lot of texture for no-slip cocking.
The Bad Boy’s two-piece walnut grip is smooth and well fitted to the frame.

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