THE "FORGOTTEN WINCHESTER" HAS A NEW HOME.

The "Forgotten Winchester," an early Model 1873 rifle, is now on public display at the Great Basin National Park, in Eastern Nevada. Photo courtesy NPS. 

The "Forgotten Winchester" has a new home. The Winchester Model 1873 rifle found by National Park Service employees in 2014 has created a great deal of intrigue and speculation over the past few years. This is the same rifle that stopped for a visit at Winchester's Utah headquarters several years ago. The weathered rifle, found leaning against a very old tree, had two key clues to its history: a readable serial number and a single 44-40 cartridge in the butt-trap recess. This is a rifle that begs for a story. The rifle has finally returned to the Great Basin National Park as the centerpiece of a superb display.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WHEN THE "FORGOTTEN WINCHESTER" VISITED OUR HEADQUARTERS IN UTAH.


PLAINS, TRAINS AND WINCHESTERS

150 years ago the North American continent was joined together by the most massive engineering project of its time:  The Transcontinental Railroad. As part of the 150th celebration of the completion of the transcontinental railroad and the driving of the golden spike, Winchester Repeating Arms announced two special edition rifles, the 150th Golden Spike Anniversary 1873 (still available) and the Model 1866 150th (sold out). We are proud to present these rifles as a small part of the 150th Anniversary celebrations which took place at Utah's Golden Spike National Historic Park the week of May 10th. READ MORE. 


THE WILDCAT HAS BEEN UNCAGED.

A Winchester legend is born. The Wildcat is a new 22 rimfire autoloader like no other. It features a field removable lower receiver, ambidextrous controls, speed load magazine, striker fired design, integral Picatinny rails, and rear barrel access for cleaning.

The bottom line is that you have not seen, nor held, nor shot anything like the new Wildcat™. Winchester Repeating Arms® has been building legendary rimfires for more than a century, but this year the Wildcat is taking the rimfire autoloader to a whole new level of value and performance. Actually, a whole new level of everything. Meet the Wildcat™.  Light, rugged, accurate and ultra-reliable.  Watch the video then GO HERE for all the details


CELEBRATING 125 YEARS OF MODEL 94 WINCHESTERS


FINALLY!



NEW RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS FOR WINCHESTER 2019


2019 WINCHESTER PRODUCTS


WE KNOW BOLTS.

The Winchester bolt action story starts in the 1880s. Shown are two legendary Winchester bolt actions: the Winchester Hotchkiss (the first Winchester bolt action, developed in the 1880s) and the Model 54 Winchester (the first true sporting bolt action and the inspiration for the Model 70). 


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