|Item number||Designation||Category||Caliber||Chamber (mm)||Shots||Barrel (cm)||Length (cm)||Weight (g)||MSRP||Stock|
|Item number WE101||Designation Tanned finish||Category C||Caliber cal. 12||Chamber (mm) 70 mm||Shots 5||Barrel (cm) 71||Length (cm) 114||Weight (g) 3700||MSRP 1495 € incl. tax||
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Model 1887 Western Hunting Rifle Lever Manually repeated manual lever action using the famous mechanism designed for Winchester by John Moses Browning.
Lets shoot up to 6 shots without reloading (5 + 1) in 12/70 caliber.
For historical reenactments and Cowboy Action Shooting (CAS) competitions.
The Winchester Model 1887 is a repeating shotgun that operates with a so-called lever action mechanism identical to that of the 1873 Winchester and fires black powder cartridges. It was invented by John Moses Browning.
It owes its renewal, in the form of Italian replicas intended for the Western Tir, to its use by the T-800 (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger) in the movie Terminator 2: The Last Judgment in the form of a sawed-off shotgun.