Posts Tagged: Winchester 150th Anniversary

Ron Spomer

Historic Winchester Rifles Still Available Today


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Lever and shoot, lever and shoot again and again. Hunters fell in the love with the Winchester lever-action repeaters — and they’re still going strong. Here’s a quick look at some of the most famous Winchester lever-actions, all of which are still manufactured and — with today’s superior ammunition — better than ever. Model 1866 […]

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Ron Spomer

A Big Thumper of a Gun


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  The M1866 Yellow Boy and M1873 cycled plenty of mid-power .44 rounds, but were too short for longer, more energetic big game rounds like the .45-70 Govt. cartridge introduced in 1873. Even bigger black powder rounds like the various 50-caliber Sharps were preferred by buffalo hunters. They were shot through big, single-shot rifles. Winchester […]

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Scott Leysath

The Dutch Oven – Easy to Use and Fun Too!


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Whatever is in the pot is cooked from all sides, like an oven. The Dutch oven can also be used as you would any stew pot, or fryer, or skillet, or coffee pot. One pot does it all. I can’t imagine what it was like in the Old West without picturing the scene in “Blazing […]

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