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#SundayGunday: Uberti 1866 Yellowboy Carbine

Our latest #SundayGunday features one of the most famous rifles ever made—or rather, a replica of said rifle: the Uberti 1866 Yellowboy. The original 1866s, of course, were produced by Winchester, and were the very first rifles to bear the Winchester name. Italian-based Uberti offers three Yellowboy modelsthe 19-inch barreled carbine, a 20-inch barreled short rifle and a 24¼-inch barreled sporting rifle. You can learn more about all three with the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Managing Editor Shawn Skipper.

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