Authentic, Non-Firing Replicas of Classic Old West Rifles
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Old West Lever Action Repeating Rifle Replicas
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#FD1030L -- You get everything but the bang in our non-firing replica of B.Tyler Henry's legendary 1860 invention--the first true repeating rifle, designed to fire the first metal-jacketed, self-contained cartridge.
#22-1030L - Lever Action - Brass finish
Reproduced from originals in museums and private collections.
1892 'Large Loop' Carbine
As seen in "The Rifleman" on TV!
The M1892 lever action western carbine has been seen in several movies, but was first made famous in "The Rifleman" show on TV. The loop lever and blued finish make this an eye-catching collectible you'll be proud to own!
#22-1095 Mare's Leg
Lever Action Repeating Rifle
This is the cut-down version of the loop lever 1892 rifle made famous by Josh Randall (Steve McQueen) in the vintage TV series "Wanted Dead or Alive". This is a must-have for the Old West collector and has never been available before at this price!
Custom Leather Holster for this replica is also available.
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#22-1069 The lighter weight and quick action of the 1892 Lever Action Carbine made it as popular with TV and movie cowboys as it was with hunters. John Wayne preferred the 1892-- he used it in "El Dorado" and dozens of his other movies.
Developed from the 1860 Henry rifle, the 1866 was famous for rugged construction and a lever-action breech mechanism that allowed a rifleman to fire several shots before having to reload. Also available in gunmetal grey finish, and the new nickel finish pictured below.
The 1873 model was much more popular than the 1866, because of its steel frame, which allowed it to take the more powerful .44 centerfire cartridge. This model has silver finish with ornamental engraving. 18-7/8" barrel, 39" overall.
The 1873 model was much more popular than the 1866, because of its steel frame, which allowed it to take the more powerful .44 centerfire cartridge. This model has a black barrel and brass trim with ornamental engraving. 18-7/8" barrel, 39" overall.
This non-firing replica of the legendary double-barrel shotgun carried on stagecoaches throughout the Old West frontier has an authentic, timeworn look, with functional double triggers and hammers.
Experience for yourself the nimble action that made the 1892 lever action rifle a favorite of westerners for over half a century. The lever action and trigger mechanism works just like the original in this non-firing replica. Long-horn steer head on stock.
47-1063P - Lever Action - Blued Barrel, other parts antiqued gunmetal
This "sawed-off" version of the venerable Stagecoach shotgun was popular with Old West bartenders, and reportedly the same type of shotgun Doc Holliday carried under his coat and used to deadly effect in the Gunfight at the OK Corral.
You must see this early version
of the "sniper rifle"!
A full 9" longer than the standard 1873 rifle, this weapon was called a 'musket', even though it had a rifled barrel. Sold mostly in Europe, these were rarely seen in the United States. The longer barrel made this weapon deadly accurate, compared to normal length rifles.
Classic Old West lever-action repeating rifle replica in gleaming nickel finish.
Light or dark finish wood, 44 inches wide, 8-1/2 inches tall.
NEW! John Wayne Licensed Collectibles!
"Stagecoach" Framed Set
with Double-Barrel Coach Shotgun
Light or Dark Wood Frame
All the John Wayne items are now in stock except this rifle, and it is expected soon.