Gun Report

Cimarron Evil Roy Brush Popper ER2022SS 357 Magnum/38 Special

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The Brush Popper had a smooth action and a great Western look. Our only issue was the top eject for casings. The smooth action and larger loading gate made the Popper easy to load and fire.

Cimarron Evil Roy Brush Popper ER2022SS 357 Magnum/38 Special

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In case you were wondering, the Brush Popper is for cowboys, as the leather buttstock sheath makes clear. The leather cover was a necessary piece of kit because the buttplate was very sharp, our testers found.
The semi-buckhorn rear sight rode in a driftable mount that supplied corrections, if needed.
The Popper had two very large advantages over the other guns. One was its smooth shorter-stroke lever, and the other was the excellent checkering on the straight grip.
The Marble front brass bead was easy to read.
Out front, the Popper's forend was rock-solid tight, just like the Henry's.

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