Wyatt Earp gave to Doc Holliday 1878 Coach Shotgun 3" 12 Gauge 20" Checkered Walnut Stocks
This Cowboy Action Shooting version of the famous Colt 1878 Shotgun with real working hammers. This reproduction is known as the shotgun given by Wyatt Earp to Doc Holliday for him to use in the OK Corral fight, this version of the Colt 1878 Shotgun has the shorter 20" barrels and checkered walnut stock for better handling in tight spaces and became popular with stagecoach guards sitting up front next to the driver, protecting passengers, or the valuable Wells Fargo box hidden under the seat, from bandits or other dangers, hence the term "riding shogtun" today. Now you can relive the Old West by owning this fine reproduction of the cowboy gun Colt made in Hartford, Connecticut. Made with fine American Walnut wood, two 3" chambers, 12 gauge cylinder bores, two side-by-side 20" barrels and two triggers, one for each chamber. Firearms weighs approx. 8 lbs and comes with case color and standard blued finish.
|Wyatt Earp gave to Doc Holliday 1878 Coach Shotgun 3" 12 Gauge 20" Checkered Walnut Stocks|
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