First Look: Cimarron Bad Boy 10mm Auto

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posted on January 26, 2020
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Blending the pure panache of an Old West sixgun with modern style and design, the new Cimarron Bad Boy handgun was chambered in 10mm Auto at Ted Nugent’s specific request.

The 10mm is a rather capable defensive and hunting round, and partnered with this revolver’s configuration, will make an awesome cowboy-style hunting combination. Sporting an 8-inch octagonal barrel that’s fitted with adjustable iron target sights, the single-action sixgun is also compatible with a Picatinny rail for mounting alternative optical sights.

The Bad Boy 10mm Auto has an MSRP of $726.05. For more information, visit cimarron-firearms.com.

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