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Original Winchester 1876

Original Winchester 1876

This Spanish Trabuco, be a blunderbuss that feature the unique Catalan boot style stock. It was used from 1680 to 1780 throughout the Spanish Empire. Great when you want a different looking blunderbus

This Spanish Trabuco, be a blunderbuss that feature the unique Catalan boot style stock. It was used from 1680 to 1780 throughout the Spanish Empire. Great when you want a different looking blunderbus

Pistolet Western ceinture et boucle Double par RedWolfCustomLeather

Pistolet Western ceinture et boucle Double par RedWolfCustomLeather

Original Winchester 1876

Original Winchester 1876

Shotgun

Shotgun

DSC06153

DSC06153

Japanese sword guard, Tsuba 鍔

Japanese sword guard, Tsuba 鍔

First gun marked as a Winchester, modal 1866 the yellow boy carbine, .44 rimfire made from 1866 to 1898.

First gun marked as a Winchester, modal 1866 the yellow boy carbine, .44 rimfire made from 1866 to 1898.

Appliques douelles de barrique - Light wall made with barrel staves.

Appliques douelles de barrique - Light wall made with barrel staves.

Henry  Spencer - In the age of the single-shot muzzleloader, the breechloading repeating rifle was king. While the .56/56 caliber Spencer could hold seven cartridges in its tubular buttstock magazine, the Henry’s 16 .44 ca cartridges all fit nicely under its barrel. Which was the better gun? If you went by government orders, Spencer had the lead. But postwar, the Henry evolved into the Winchester, the gun that won the West. NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield…

Henry Spencer - In the age of the single-shot muzzleloader, the breechloading repeating rifle was king. While the .56/56 caliber Spencer could hold seven cartridges in its tubular buttstock magazine, the Henry’s 16 .44 ca cartridges all fit nicely under its barrel. Which was the better gun? If you went by government orders, Spencer had the lead. But postwar, the Henry evolved into the Winchester, the gun that won the West. NRA National Sporting Arms Museum at Bass Pro Shops in Springfield…

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