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1866 & 1873

Rifles

1866 & 1873 RIFLES and CARBINES

1873 WINCHESTER-STYLE RIFLE
The Winchester 1873 was "The gun that won the West". The 1873, paired with the Colt single action revolver were undoubtedly the two favorite arms of the Western pioneers. "Buffalo Bill" Cody was so impressed with the rifle he wrote "...and for general hunting or Indian fighting, I pronounce the improved Winchester the boss'." This replica features a lush case hardened receiver, full octagon barrel and walnut stocks.
FFL required.
Bbl. Length: 24 1/4"; O.A.L.: 43 1/4"; Weight: 8 lbs. 4 oz.; Caliber: .357 Mag., .44-40 or .45 Colt. MSRP - $1132.

1873 DELUXE "BORDER MODEL" RIFLE
Used by some of the top competitors in Cowboy Action Shooting today, this short rifle features a 20" octagonal barrel and a checkered pistol grip buttstock and forend. Blued barrel, color case-hardened receiver and walnut stock checkered at the wrist and forend.
FFL required.
Bbl. Length: 20"; O.A.L.: 39 1/4"; Weight: 7 lbs. 6 oz.; Caliber: .357 Mag., .44-40 or .45 Colt. MSRP - $1241.

1866 "YELLOW BOY" SHORT RIFLE
Designed with the assistance of some of the nations top Cowboy Action Shooting champions, the 1866 Short Rifle features a handy 20" octagonal barrel. Instead of the standard 1866 ladder rear sight, this model sports a semi-buckhorn sight that is favored by Cowboy Shooters. Polished brass receiver, walnut stocks.
FFL required.
Bbl. Length: 20"; O.A.L.: 39 1/4"; Weight: 7 lbs. 8 oz.; Caliber: .38 Spl., .44-40 or .45 Colt. MSRP - $1015.

1866 "YELLOW BOY" CARBINE
The "Yellow Boy" saddle ring carbine has a round barrel, polished brass receiver, walnut stocks and a saddle ring mounted on the left side of the receiver.
FFL required.
Bbl. Length: 19"; O.A.L.: 38 1/4"; Weight: 7 lbs. 4 oz.; Caliber: .38 Spl., .44-40 or .45 Colt. MSRP - $972.

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