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

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Model 1866

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.

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.

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

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Winchester Lever Action Development: Model 1866

The 1866 rifle, which was formally called simply the Winchester Repeating Rifle would continue to use the .44 Henry Rimfire cartridge, but would be made in a wider variety of configurations than ...

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 ...

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