An armed man in Utah stopped a black bear that crashed into his Colorado cabin using his Uberti 1866 lever-action rifle.
In 1857, when Oliver Winchester formed the New Haven Arms Co., he inherited the misfire-prone Volcanic lever-action.
The first rifle to wear the Winchester brand is now availablein a Grade I Short Rifle.
Bid on the last available Winchester 150th anniversary bullet board—the most coveted of the five that were made available in 2016.
American Rifleman's Mark Keefe checks out this week's NRA Gun of the Week, the Uberti 1866 Yellowboy Carbine.
It was 150 years ago that the name “Winchester” was first stamped on a rifle. But Winchester’s narrative began well before that, and it is a tale tied to the American West, to the wars of the 20th century, to big personalities such as John Browning and John Olin, and to the manufacture of billions of cartridges and millions of rifles and shotguns beloved by generations of Americans.
As part of its ongoing celebration of its 150th anniversary in 2016, Winchester is offering a series of 10, pre-production riles, chambered in 44-40, from the “One of Five Hundred” Model 1866 “Yellow Boy” commemorative rifle collection.