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Noted Writer’s Personal Winchester History


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While Winchester’s history spans from 1866 to the present, we all share in that slice of Americana. Each and everyone of us who hunts and shoots, shares part of The American Legend’s past…and future for that matter. Noted outdoor writer and host of Winchester World of Whitetail, Ron Spomer, share his personal hunting history that […]

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See What Else Winchester Offered Through The Years


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Through the last 150 years, Winchester has had its iconic band name on many things other than ammunition and firearms. Come along with us on this most interesting video with Cody Firearms Museum curator Ashley Hlebinsky to see just what Winchester has been up to since 1866.

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Final Winchester 150th Anniversary Bullet Board Available Now!


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BID NOW … on the Final Winchester 150th Anniversary Commemorative Bullet Board That once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is now … to bid on the last available Winchester 150th anniversary bullet board, and to some, the most coveted of the five that were made available in 2016. The Winchester Model 1866 “Yellow Boy”, made in 1871 and chambered […]

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Celebrating Winchester’s 150th Anniversary Through a Classic American Novel


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Riders of the Purple Sage was written by noted American author Zane Grey. The novel was considered by many critics to have played a significant role in shaping the formula of the Western genre. It could arguably be the most popular western of all time. This video reveals the one-of-a-kind Zane Grey model 1895 lever-action […]

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Fascinating Winchester History Video Blog – The World’s Fair Gun


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A change from the Henry lever-action rifle to the Winchester lever-action rifle. Ah…history was in the making back then. Model 1866 made in 1873 is on fine display during this intriguing video with Cody Firearms’ curator Ashley Hlebinsky and host of Winchester World of Whitetail Ron Spomer. Come along…this is incredibly interesting indeed. Too, the […]

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Did Winchester Ever Produce Revolvers? Come Find Out


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Next time you visit the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, WY, be certain to visit the Winchester Gallery. You’ll find thousands of firearms and 150 years of American history…what could be more fun! Join us in this 150th Anniversary video blog to learn more with Winchester TV personality Ron Spomer and museum curator Ashley Hlebinsky.

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Winchester and Waterfowl – A Match Made in the Marsh


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In 1886, just 20 years after Winchester’s founding, the venerable gun manufacturer started rolling out more and more ammunition to round out its popular offerings. It should be no surprise that at this time, as there was increasing interest in meeting the ammunition needs of a growing legion of sportsmen, that Winchester shotshells first found […]

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How did Winchester Rifles Come to be?


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The famed history of Winchester rifles as an iconic American brand had its beginnings – Winchester rifles did not start out as Winchester rifles. There is some fascinating history that leads up to the launch of Winchester rifles. Come along on this Winchester 150th Anniversary video and learn more.

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