Winchester 150th Anniversary Cartridge-Firearm Boards

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posted on March 8, 2016
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As part of its ongoing yearly celebration of Winchester’s 150th anniversary, the company has introduced the latest in its series of commemorative products offered this year: five, custom-built, collectible cartridge-firearm boards, offered to various industry-conservation organizations in support of the shooting sports and hunting heritage. 

“In a milestone year for Winchester, we are extremely pro
ud to offer this very limited, once-in-a-lifetime series of five cartridge-firearm boards, which truly represent legacy and innovation,” said Brett Flaugher, Vice President of Marketing, Sales and Strategy. “A lot of time and meticulous work goes into building these boards … they are remarkable pieces of art.”

Each exclusive Winchester framed collectible board features historic ammunition cartridges, nostalgic packaging and the Winchester 150th anniversary medallion. The five collectible firearms featured in each cartridge board embody the rich Winchester heritage respected by sportsmen and women across the world. The lineup includes:

  • Model 1866 Yellow Boy Chambered in .44 Rimfire
  • Model 12, 20 Gauge
  • Model 1873 .38-40 Cal. Made in 1882
  • Model 1894 Lever-Action Rifle in .30 WCF
  • Model 70 (pre-1964) .30-06

For more, please visit Winchester.com

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