Fast Lever-Action Shotgun Design
Five-Shell Tubular Magazine
American Walnut Stock
Bead Front Sight
Designed by John Browning for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, the 1887 was considered the first of many successful repeating shotguns. A favorite of collectors and cowboy action shooters, the firearm is also ideal for hunting with a five-shell magazine plus one in the chamber. It is fast and accurate with a reliable safety. The stock is made of American walnut and the frame is case-hardened for durability and good looks.