Logging in is for verification only and does not grant us access to mess with your precious Social Media.
No Thanks, I Hate Fun
Tap anywhere to continue, otherwise the kiosk is going to reset
Pull the Plug
Are you sure you wish to reset the kiosk?
Everything copied to your phone is safe and sound.
No, go back!
I am done
Feel the Love
+ = Gun-believable
You have loved your first item. Add as many as you like. Use the Phone icon below to claim your FREE permalink!
Copy to phone button
How to use i-Scout
Look for labels with a 3-digit code to learn more about exhibits and discover hidden treasure. Also, check the map for additional layers!
Questions or FeedbackAbout i-Scout
NA.202.394 - Beaded hat. Seth's favorite!
i-Scout was hand-crafted by a small team right here at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Our only motive is to enrich your experience both at the Center and on the web. We welcome your questions or comments. If you'd like to help support us, please inquire at the Membership Desk.
Questions or FeedbackFascinating
We welcome your questions, comments, feedback, or inquiries. Please include a way for us to get back in touch with you such as an e-mail, phone, social media handle, post office box, etc.
Experimental Winchester for a special long cartridge. The trigger has a set screw arrangement to govern the length of trigger pull. The action is similar to the Henry and the Winchester Model 1866. This rifle has a magazine tube sliding inside a fixed tube below the barrel. Three and 1/2 inches of the sliding tube are used as a handhold to pull out the tube. When the tube is withdrawn, shotshells can be put into the fixed tube from the muzzle end. As the inner tube is returned to its place, it passes over or around the shells in the fixed tube, and the magazine spring in the inner or sliding tube is compressed. Oliver F. Winchester had a patent for this type of magazine dated September 4, 1866, patent #57,808.