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Cowboy Props has a large variety of Replica Collectible Products to choose from and remember all products on this site are Non-Firing, Non-Lethal, and cannot be made to fire. These products are for Display, Cosplay, Collectibles, Stage Productions and Museums.

Old West Style Replica Rifles

These Old West Replica Rifles are exact reproductions of the Henry used in the Old West and also the Rifles produced by Colt Firearms. These Museum Quality Replica Rifles have working parts but are non-firing.

1892 Lever-Action Cowboy Rifle
Model 1892 Lever Action Carbine Cowboy Rifle Version - USA 1892

Non-fireable Overall Length: 37 1/8" Weight: 5lb 13oz Barrel Length: 19"

The 1892 lever action carbine cowboy rifle, descendant of the Henry and 1866 rifles,was made from 1892 until 1941 and total production was in excess of one million pieces.

Many variations and calibers of this cowboy rifle were introduced over the course of the 50 years production, but the basic design of the rifle was largely unaltered and the fact that many Model 92's are still in use today as lever action hunting rifles bears testimony to the reliability and longevity of the Model 92 gun.

This non-firing lever action carbine rifle replica clearly demonstrates the workings of the famed lever action rifle.
Suggested Retail Price: $199.00
Our Sale price: $179.10
FD1069
1866 Lever-Action Repeating Rifle - Pewter
USA 1866



Originally developed from the Henry rifle this rifle became famous for its rugged construction and lever-action breech mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload: hence the term, "repeating rifle".

The first model, the Model 1866, was nicknamed Yellow Boy because of its brass receiver.

The 1866 was only available in .44 caliber rimfire cartridge at first, and the more modern centerfire cartridges were added to the production line later. Its tubular magazine was located underneath the barrel.

This non-firing lever action rifle version clearly demonstrates the workings of the lever-action loading system.
Suggested Retail Price: $205.00
Our Sale price: $184.50
FD1140G
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
USA 19th Century



The name Kentucky Rifle is largely a misnomer - they were primarily made in Pennsylvania, although Maryland and Virginia gunsmiths contributed a fair share.

The Kentucky name came about as a result of the Battle of New Orleans, which was substantially won by these flintlock rifles, in the hands of two thousand frontiersmen from Kentucky.

While the design was influenced by the German Jaeger rifles and the slender English and French fowling pieces of the early 18th Century, the Kentucky is uniquely American.

This non-firing Kentucky Flintlock version shows the graceful lines for which the Kentucky became renowned.
Suggested Retail Price: $209.00
Our Sale price: $188.10
FD1137
1866 Lever-Action Repeating Rifle - Brass
USA 1866



Originally developed from the Henry rifle this rifle became famous for its rugged construction and lever-action breech mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload: hence the term, "repeating rifle".

The first model, the Model 1866, was nicknamed Yellow Boy because of its brass receiver. The 1866 was only available in .44 caliber rimfire cartridge at first, and the more modern centerfire cartridges were added to the production line later. Its tubular magazine was located underneath the barrel.

This non-firing version clearly demonstrates the workings of the lever-action loading system.
Suggested Retail Price: $209.00
Our Sale price: $188.10
FD1140L
1873 Lever-Action Repeating Rifle - Brass
USA 1873

Barrel Length: 18 7/8" Overall Length: 39" Weight: 5lb 15oz

Famous for its rugged construction and lever-action breech mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload: hence the term, "repeating rifle".

The first model, the Model 1866, was nicknamed Yellow Boy because of its brass receiver. The Model 73 was much more popular than the 66 because of the steel frame which allowed it to take the newly designed and more potent centerfire .44 cailber cartridge. The 1873 is often referred to as "The Gun That Won The West".

The 1866 was only available in .44 caliber rimfire cartridge at first, and the more modern centerfire cartridges were added to the production line later. The Model 73 was available in centerfire .44, .38 , and .32 calibers.

During its production run, from 1873 to 1919, about 720,000 pieces were made in the Connecticut factory. Its tubular magazine was located underneath the barrel.

This non-firing version clearly demonstrates the workings of the lever-action loading system.
Suggested Retail Price: $215.00
Our Sale price: $193.50
FD1253L
1873 Lever-Action Repeating Rifle - Pewter
USA 1873

Barrel Length: 18 7/8" Overall Length: 39" Weight: 5lb 15oz

Famous for its rugged construction and lever-action breech mechanism that allowed the rifleman to fire a number of shots before having to reload: hence the term, "repeating rifle".

The first model, the Model 1866, was nicknamed Yellow Boy because of its brass receiver. The Model 73 was much more popular than the 66 because of the steel frame which allowed it to take the newly designed and more potent centerfire .44 cailber cartridge. The 1873 is often referred to as The Gun That Won The West.

The 1866 was only available in .44 caliber rimfire cartridge at first, and the more modern centerfire cartridges were added to the production line later. The Model 73 was available in centerfire .44, .38 , and .32 calibers.

During its production run, from 1873 to 1919, about 720,000 pieces were made in the Connecticut factory. Its tubular magazine was located underneath the barrel.

This non-firing version clearly demonstrates the workings of the lever-action loading system.
Suggested Retail Price: $205.00
Our Sale price: $184.50
FD1253G
1892 Lever-Action Rifle - Pewter
The 1892 lever action rifle, descendant of the Henry and 1866 Old West rifles, was made from 1892 until 1941 and total production of this lever action was in excess of one million pieces.

Many variations and calibers were introduced over the 50 years of production of this rifle, but the basic design was largely unaltered and the fact that many are still in use today as hunting rifles bears testimony to the reliability and longevity of the lever action gun.

This non-firing Model 92 replica clearly demostrates the workings of the famed lever action.

Non-fireable Overall Length: 37 1/8" Barrel Length: 19"
Suggested Retail Price: $195.00
Our Sale price: $175.50
FD1068G
1855 Revolving Cylinder Rifle
The revolving cylinder rifle was a cap-and-ball repeating rifle based on the system used so sucessfully for their pistols of the period.

This military rifle was not produced in great numbers (about 9,000 pieces between 1856 and 1864) but it saw service in the Civil War and in the Indian Wars that followed.

The gun was produced in .44 and .56 calibers and the revolving cylinder would hold 6 cartridges for the .44 caliber model and 5 shots in the case of the .56 model.

This non-firing version clearly demonstrates the revolving cylinder system.
Suggested Retail Price: $199.00
Our Sale price: $179.10
1855 Revolving Cylinder Rifle FD1188
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