What is William “Buffalo Bill” Cody’s connection to Duluth? His sister, Helen Cody Wetmore, lived in the “Zenith City” in a mansion called Codyview. At her request Colonel Cody put on his traveling Wild West Show in Duluth in 1896. The event drew thousands of spectators. On a friendly family wager, Buffalo Bill bet his sister a fur coat against a silk hat that the tiny town of North Platte, Nebraska would draw more people. Amazingly, it topped Duluth by several thousand folks and he got himself a new silk hat.
Old fashioned styling takes you back to days past. This is the case you’ll grab when heading out on that weekend hunt. Handsome leather handles and accents. Adjustable web strap. Zippered closure. Additional brass D-ring for hanging. Also available in all leather. Scoped version has generous room for the scope.
Winchester 94 - The finest vintage case for a classic rifle. Does it get any more clasic then a -94? Waxed canvas and leather with a soft interior compartment that is secured by a heavy duty zipper. Preserve history with a beautiful case from Frost River.
No. 112 Buffalo Bill 94/.03-.30