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

Feast your eyes upon this gorgeous Uberti 1866 Winchester from Taylor's & Company. ------------------- ------------------------ Please visit the Hickok45.com website and check out what the...

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Yellow Boy - RareWinchesters.com

Yellow Boy by B. W. Hicks: With its lever operated repeating mechanism the Henry could be fired, the empty ejected, and a fresh round chambered without taking 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.

Model 1866 - Winchester Repeating Arms

Exquisite embellishing has a long history with Winchester Repeating Arms, starting with the original Model 1866 Yellow Boy. Shown is the 150th Anniversary model produced for the 2016 celebration.

Winchester — Wikipédia

Lieux. Winchester est un nom de lieu notamment porté par : Angleterre Winchester, ville du Hampshire.. Cathédrale de Winchester; Diocèse de Winchester; Université de Winchester; Circonscription électorale de Winchester; Winchester College, une école privée anglaise (Public school) Canada Winchester, municipalité rurale canadienne du Manitoba; Winchester, ville canadienne de l'Ontario.

Carabina Winchester - Wikipedia

La carabina Winchester è un tipo di fucile a leva a ripetizione manuale di fabbricazione statunitense.. Prodotto dalla Winchester Repeating Arms Company prima e dalla U.S. Repeating Arms Company poi, divenne famosa nel far west

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