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Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by CryinEyes, May 16, 2010.
of that rifle I was asking about....not sure I know how, but here goes
Try GunBroker.com to get a rough estimate.
I think there's a difference between your 1892 and John Wayne's D-ring.
I think that Puma offers something like that. The screw in the the trigger guard allowed the rifle to fire when the lever was activated.
He said Chuck Conners not John Wayne. Dunno what it's worth but it'll bring more with original box and papers.
Yea I did say Chuck Conners not John Wayne. Hawg, I'm glad you set Cane straight! (lol)Seems like everybody forgot Chuck. But, for sure the 1892 John Wayne is different than Chucks, but quite similar too, wonder who copied who? So who or what is Puma....is that a gun Company? Well, if any more of you gun enthusiasts ever seen a rifle like this let me know. Thanks for responding....hope I can find something out.
Puma is a trade name of Legacy Sports. They were made by Rossi in Brazil but are now made by Chiappa in Italy.
The only Chuck Conner's commemorative I can find is the Puma made by Chiappa. Winchester hasn't made a 92 since 1941.
I have found out that this is a rifle that was used on the set of the show The Rifleman, starring Chuck Conners and Johnny Crawford. Is anyone here old enough to remember this show? It is a Winchester 4440, with D ring and shows signs of wear as being thrust repeatedly into the sheath. It is not a Puma, it is not a commemorative, it is definitely from the Rifleman set.
wow!! if you have paper work to prove that the $$ just went UP!!
I remember that show. Even the opening sequence was badass.
Yes, I remember that show and he used a rifle just like that.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cM-URFKIZU4]YouTube - Chuck Connors' Winchester[/ame]