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“STAGECOACH” WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 - This .32-20 caliber Model 1892 Winchester was cut down to 15" so John Wayne could spin the gun much like he would a pistol, without it hitting under his arm. In his opening scene in John Ford's classic 1939 western – where The Duke starred as The Ringo Kid – Wayne does just that to hail the stagecoach. Registered under the National Firearms Act of 1934, this gun was one of the oldest originally registered NFA firearms.

“STAGECOACH” WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 - This .32-20 caliber Model 1892 Winchester was cut down to 15" so John Wayne could spin the gun much like he would a pistol, without it hitting under his arm. In his opening scene in John Ford's classic 1939 western – where The Duke starred as The Ringo Kid – Wayne does just that to hail the stagecoach. Registered under the National Firearms Act of 1934, this gun was one of the oldest originally registered NFA firearms.

A few days ago, we wrote about vintage miniature and spy cameras, one of the must have accessory of any...

A few days ago, we wrote about vintage miniature and spy cameras, one of the must have accessory of any...

Winchester Model 63 Self-Loading Rifle

Winchester Model 63 Self-Loading Rifle

1895 Winchester Take down Lever Action Rifle .35 Win

1895 Winchester Take down Lever Action Rifle .35 Win

Historic Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel, nickel finish, raised carved eagle pearl grips, #304790 Joe Olney acquired.45 caliber Colt Single Action pistol, serial #304790, sometime in 1912 or 1913 from John Turner’s Mercantile Store in Santa Rita, New Mexico. He was very fond of the eagle motif pearl handles, as he called them. He used the Colt .45 and an A.D. Seitzler holster during his law enforcement days in Silver City and the County of Grants”.

Historic Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel, nickel finish, raised carved eagle pearl grips, #304790 Joe Olney acquired.45 caliber Colt Single Action pistol, serial #304790, sometime in 1912 or 1913 from John Turner’s Mercantile Store in Santa Rita, New Mexico. He was very fond of the eagle motif pearl handles, as he called them. He used the Colt .45 and an A.D. Seitzler holster during his law enforcement days in Silver City and the County of Grants”.

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