The Navy Arms Model 66 Yellowboy was made as a replica of one of the most significant firearms in American history the Winchester 66. Chambered in .22 long rifle, the Model 66

Yellowboy was made for Navy Arms by Uberti of Italy, and was first produced in 1966. the centennial of the original Winchester.

This lever action rimfire featured a 19" blued barrel set in a polished brass frame, and was available in three styles ol engraving.

The gun was later made in .38 Spl. and .44 40 as well as the .22. and there was a Trapper's Model which sported a 16" barrel. When Navy Arms saw the production costs climb loo high, the 66 was set aside and Uberti stopped production. Approximately 20.000 guns were made in all. with the last one beine produced in 1978. ■

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