Cimarron

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Cim•ar•ron

(ˈsɪm əˌrɒn, -ˌroʊn, -ər ən)

n.
a river flowing E from NE New Mexico to the Arkansas River in Oklahoma. 600 mi. (965 km).
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Noun1.Cimarron - a river that rises in northeastern New Mexico and flows eastward into Oklahoma where it becomes a tributary of the Arkansas River
Land of Enchantment, New Mexico, NM - a state in southwestern United States on the Mexican border
OK, Oklahoma, Sooner State - a state in south central United States
2.Cimarron - wild sheep of mountainous regions of western North America having massive curled hornscimarron - wild sheep of mountainous regions of western North America having massive curled horns
genus Ovis, Ovis - sheep
mountain sheep - any wild sheep inhabiting mountainous regions
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The blue on these Cimarrons is very good, but a gentle buffing with the Flitz on a soft felt pad really darkened and brightened it up.
My growing collection of Old West guns from Cimarron have proven accurate and fun to shoot.
I did the Cimarron 1851 Cartridge Conversion in silver plate.
Cowboy shooters, especially those purists who prefer not only to look authentic to 19th century--but to look as if they've been around that long--have taken to these antique finished Cimarrons like a thirsty cowhand takes to a saloon at the end of a long drive.
One of the key players in bringing this situation about is Mike Harvey of Cimarron Firearms.
With their sixguns and leverguns now authentic in style and finish, Cimarron's next step seemed only natural.