In perhaps the best presidential endorsement of any product ever, Roosevelt wrote in Scribners Magazine "The Winchester .405 is, at least for me personally the medicine gun for lions!' He created a sensation for the gun that lasts, to this day. The .405 was discontinued in 1932. However rifles chamb ered in "Teddy's" caliber continue to bring a high premium over examples that are chambered in a round still readily available. In 2000, Winchester announced the re-introduction of the Browning 1895 in .405 caliber, demonstrating that the spirit of "Big Medicine" is stilt alive and well.