High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The .44-40 Winchester,
also known as the .44 Winchester, the .44 WCF (Winchester Center
Fire), and the .44 Largo (in Spanish speaking countries) was
introduced in 1873 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. It was
the first centerfire metallic cartridge offered by Winchester, and
was brought out as the standard chambering for the new Winchester
Model 1873 rifle. Both rifle and cartridge soon became widely
popular and ubiquitous, so much so that the Winchester 1873 became
known as "The gun that won the West."
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