The Gould Brothers Shoot-Out Series Pushes Exhibition Shooting to the Limit. Vote for the Winner.
The Gould Brothers Shoot-Out Series is on. Steve and Aaron -- and their Winchesters -- are going head-to-head to prove who has the most difficult, complicated and athletic exhibition shooting routines. And you get to vote to see who wins. Watch the videos then make your pick.
American Cowboy magazine takes a close look at classic Winchester guns
If you’d like to fill your hands with a classic Winchester lever-action rifle like those carried by your favorite cowboy heroes then you will enjoy this review of a recent article in American Cowboy's special issue, Legends, Outlaws and Lawman. Rich with Winchester history, it gives a detailed look at Winchester rifles that any Winchester guy or gal will enjoy. Click below to read more.
American Rifleman Praises the Winchester Model 1873.
Maintaining the classic look and feel of the originals, NRA editor Philip Schreier noted that “The new Model 1873 . . . is a faithful continuation and modern recreation of the famed model that ceased production back in 1919. (The 1873 has)… a nicely figured walnut, straight-grip, oil-stained, satin finish stock and a blued steel crescent buttplate. Sights are a Marble Arms gold bead front and semi-buckhorn rear, just like the originals. The quality of the bluing – and more importantly the polish underneath it – was excellent; there were no blemishes, and it was rich and even. ” Read more by clicking below.
Purchase a new Winchester firearm at retail between now and December 31, 2013, and receive a rebate of up to 8% of the purchase price to reimburse you for the state sales tax. This is how it works: If you spend $1,000 on a new Winchester rifle or shotgun, and you pay an 8% sales tax, you'll get an $80 reimbursement from Winchester Repeating Arms. That’s just like putting the sales tax right back in your pocket.