Cimarron 1866 Short Rifle 45LC 20" Barrel 10 Rounds Nickle Frame Aqha Ls Eng Aaa
Evolved from the 1860 Henry rifle, the Model 1866 was the first Winchester rifle. It became known as the Yellowboy because of it's distinctive brass frame and was an instant success. Originally chambered for the rimfire .44 Henry cartridge, the 1866 improved on flaws in the original Henry design by incorporating a loading gate on the side of the frame, and adding a round sealed tubular magazine covered by the forend.
The modern day replica from Cimarron is true to the original design, while using modern metallurgy and manufacturing methods. The resulting firearm shoots modern ammo and is a great choice for Cowboy Action shooting or for the collection of any fan of the Old West.
This is a special Limited Edition commemorating the American Quarter Horse Association 75th anniversary. This model features a richly engraved receiver, with the hammer, barrel and lever nickel plated. Only 500 of these rifles will be produced.
- Limited edition run of 500 rifles
- Action: Lever action repeater
- Caliber:.45 Long Colt
- Barrel Length: 24"
- Twist: 1:16"
- Capacity: 10 round
- Nickel plated barrel, hammer and lever
- AQHA series number hand engraved
- Laser assisted hand engraved receiver
- Stock: Oiled satin finish walnut stock
- Brass-toned receiver
- Sight: Adjustable rear
- Overall length: 45.5"
- Weight 8.2: lbs
- Finish: Brass/nickel