Expand Your Lever-Action Rifle Collection
Starting in 1860, the firearm world rocked with the introduction of the Henry rifle, a gun that Confederates claimed could be "loaded on Sunday and fired all week." However, this ingenious design had some shortcomings that were eventually solved by the Model 1866 Yellowboy, a design now available as a reproduction from Uberti.
To improve on the Henry Rifle, the Model 1866 Yellowboy featured an innovative loading gate located on the side of the receiver, which mean that users didn't have to load the gun from the muzzle end. This also allowed a wooden fore-end to be attached to the rifle, protecting a shooter's support hand from the heat of the metal barrel.
- Chambered in .38 Special
- Barrel length: 19 inches
- Overall length: 38 inches
- Magazine capacity: 10+1
All of these upgraded features are seen in the Uberti 1866 Yellowboy lever-action rifle, a faithful reproduction for modern-day lever-gun fans. Each rifle is equipped with adjustable iron sights, so you can get on target fast and easy.