|Item number||Designation||Category||Length (cm)||Weight (g)||MSRP||Stock|
|Item number CD1115||Designation Denix Decorative Replica by Coachgun Wyatt Earp from 1868||Category Free sale||Length (cm) 89||Weight (g) 2636||MSRP 175 € incl. tax||
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Replica not shooting, for decoration only. All functional moving parts.
Faithful manufacturing and quality, wood and metal. Realistic dimensions and weight.
Replica delivered alone without support.
Double-barreled rifle used by Wyatt Earp, USA 1868.
Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp (March 19, 1848 - January 13, 1929), born in Monmouth, Illinois. He was one of the protagonists of the shooting in the UK. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, with Doc Holliday, Virgil Earp and Morgan Earp. He is one of the legendary figures of the American West who has inspired many westerns.
Wyatt Earp was a very famous marshall in the American West for his extreme hardness against those who broke the law, incorruptible and daring in his proceedings. His fame was at Tombstone. During his management as Marshall, he lost one of his two brothers and another was paralyzed by the vengeance of his enemies.