Winchester 1866 Yellow Boy Repeater Rifle, Replica, Prop Rifle.

  • $299.99 CAD

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Winchester 1866 Yellow Boy Repeater Rifle, Good Action, Replica, Prop Rifle.

 

This replica non-firing rifle is modelled after the Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy". In the 2010 version of True Grit, this is the rifle that Lucky Ned Pepper wields during the shootout against Rooster Cogburn.

This 1866 was a legend of the Old West. The lever action works just like the original. Hanging on your wall or over the fireplace, folks will think it's the real thing. 

The original Winchester rifle, the Winchester Model 1866 was famous for its rugged construction and the lever-action mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload, hence the term, “repeating rifle.” Nelson King’s new improved patent remedied flaws in the Henry rifle by incorporating a loading gate on the side of the frame and integrating a round sealed magazine which was covered by a forestock. Originally chambered in the rimfire .44 Henry, the Model 1866 was nicknamed the “Yellow Boy” because of its “brass” receiver (actually a bronze alloy called gunmetal).

Item Code - FIR7D284PVC

Width: 38 1/2"  Height: 8 1/2"  Depth: 1 1/4"  Weight: 2.722 kg


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