Wyatt Earp Rifle

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Each rifle will be numbered with Your Number of 50 engraved on the left-side forearm

  • Only 50 numbered rifles will be engraved!

  • Engraved on a fully-functional Henry Big Boy chambered in .45LC

  • 24 Karat Gold-Plated on the barrel-band, receiver cover, and buttplate with a Satin Finish

  • Included with purchase:

    • Handmade French-Fitted Carrying Case

  • Layaway Available

  • Made and Engraved in the USA!

Right-side view of the Wyatt Earp Rifle

 

Wyatt Earp: 1848 – 1929

Wyatt Earp was an American Frontiersman. He is frequently mentioned in a variety of well-known stories about the West. Some of the most notorious Wild West towns had him as a resident at different times. He was known as a hunter, businessman, gambler and lawman throughout his life. He owned several saloons, maintained a brothel, mined for silver and gold and refereed boxing matches. He is most famous for the gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone.

He spent his early life in Pella, Iowa, where in 1870 he met his first wife, Urilla Sutherland, who died of typhoid fever. He was arrested several times during the next 2 years. He got the nickname, Peoria Bummer, meaning he was a loafer or vagrant. By 1874, he moved to Wichita, KS where his wife opened a brothel. In 1875, he was appointed to the Witchita police force and developed a good reputation as a lawman. He went on to Dodge City, KS and became an assistant city marshal, working with his brother, James. During the winter of 1878, he went to Texas to track down an outlaw and met Doc Holliday, who saved his life.

He moved from one boomtown to another. He left Dodge City with his brothers James and Virgil to Tombstone, AZ, where there was another silver boom. They clashed with a group known as the Cowboys. Since the Earps were lawmen, they naturally had conflicts with Tom McLaury, Frank McLaury, Ike Clanton and Billy Clanton, who threatened to kill the Earps. They finally met at the O.K. Corral on Oct. 26, 1881 where the Earps and Doc Holliday killed 3 of the Cowboys. A few months later Virgil was ambushed and maimed and Morgan was killed. Wyatt, Warren Earp, along with Doc Holliday and several others rode out after them, killing 3 of the Cowboys. Wyatt was never wounded in any of the gunfights. He left Tombstone and went to San Francisco, where he reunited with Josephine Marcus. They joined a gold rush to Eagle City, ID where they owned mining interests and a saloon. He made friends with many early Western actors in Hollywood. He even met John Wayne!

Heroes and Patriots is proud to present this Special Limited Edition Henry Big Boy .45LC rifle. There will Only be 50 numbered rifles made. With 24 Kt Gold plating in a satin finish, this is sure to be a favorite with your Family! Makes a great present for Christmas, Birthdays, Retirements, Fundraisers and so much more!

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