Uberti 1866 YellowBoy Lever Action Carbine 19" 44/40
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Carbines feature a round barrel profile, and sporting rifle features an octagonal barrel profile. Given the historic breakthroughs achieved with the Henry rifle, Winchester improved on its design to make it even more useful on both the range and the battlefield. In 1866, they introduced Nelson King’s patented spring-steel loading gate, as well as a wood forend for added comfort.
These changes led to the creation of the “Yellowboy,” the earliest version of the quintessential cowboy rifle whose lines and basic functioning survive to this day.
Uberti’s 1866 Yellowboy lever-action rifle features a side loading gate—one of the major improvements over the 1860 Henry.
Another improvement is the addition of a satin Walnut forend, which is embellished with a brass forend cap.
Uberti is today’s oldest-operating manufacturer of Old West firearms. Founded in 1959 in Gardone, Italy, it has consistently offered modern enthusiasts the opportunity to own and shoot premium-quality replicas of historical firearms. On this side of the ocean, Uberti firearms have become a cherished part of Americana by appearing at the sides of heroes and villains in some of the most-loved Western movie classics.
A passion for American history, and the power to invest in the best materials and machinery, has made Uberti replicas exact to the smallest detail and better than the originals in function and durability.