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1866 Winchester Yellowboy Levergun (from Taylor's & Company)

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Model 1866 - Winchester rifle

The authentic Yellow Boy rides Again. Here’s your chance to own the rifle that started it all — the legendary Winchester® Model 1866 “Yellow Boy.” It has been a long time since a brand new version of this classic beauty has ridden the range. It is a true Winchester through and through. The first. The authentic.

1866 Yellowboy Rifle | Uberti

Yellowboy Rifle, with 24-1/4 inch barrel, brass forend nose cap and solid brass crescent buttplate; The 1866 Yellowboy Rifle was a marked improvement over the Henry rifle. It became a worldwide hit. It had a convenient new type of loading gate devised by Winchester plant superintendent Nelson King. It passed cartridges through the side of the ...

Winchester rifle - Wikipedia

The first Winchester rifle – the Winchester Model 1866 – was originally chambered for the rimfire.44 Henry.Nicknamed the "Yellow Boy" because of its receiver of a bronze/brass alloy called gunmetal, it was famous for its rugged construction and lever-action "repeating rifle" mechanism that allowed the user to fire a number of shots before having to reload.


winchester yellow boy rifle Creado a partir del rifle "Henry" En 1866 este Winchester Lever-action ha pasado a la historia como "El arma que conquistó el oeste".

Model 1866 - Current Products - Winchester rifle

These lever-action rifles make up the core family of Model 1866s currently being produced by Winchester Repeating Arms. Model 1866s in Current Production Model 1866 Rifles. Current Products. Short Rifle. Deluxe Octagon. Exclusive Products Past Products. Model 1866 Rifles. Current Products.

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