44.40 carbine, and a 38.40 pistol...
He carries a "Large Loop" short barrel carbine model 92 Winchester repeating rifle.
I'm not exactly positive of the rife used in the 1969 movie True Grit, but John Wayne had a fond preference for his Winchester Model 1892 Repeating Rifle. One major distinguishing characteristic of this rifle is the large, oversized loop on the loading lever. John Wayne had one with a large gold "JW" emblazoned on the wooden stock. Here is a link to a replica of that rifle that was made By Winchester beginning in 1892.
There was 2 john wayne commemorative rifles made,first there was the john wayne with serial number range of JW1-JW49000.These rifles new in the box and unfired are currently valued at 1,495 dollars.The box of 32-40 win.ammo that goes with it is valued at between 45-60 dollars a box.The leather holster that came as a accessories is currently valued at 395.00 dollars.If you have the john wayne 1 of 300 set.Then the value of these guns new in the box is 7,500.00 dollars.I hope this helps answering your question.
Commonly called the Carcano, this was a bolt action military rifle that fired a 6.5mm bullet. It was the standard rifle of the Italian military for many years. It was also the type of rifle reportedly used to kill President John Kennedy.
Henry lever 22 cal ----------breach loading rifle
The rifle he carried in Rio Bravo and El Dorado is in the Oklahoma cowboy Hall of Fame.
Born in 1907, John Wayne would have been 52 during the filming of the 1959 movie Rio Bravo
1 Rio Bravo
Yes there is.
It was either a Winchester rifle or a double-barrelled shotgun.
Sons of Katie Elder and Rio Bravo.
He had more than one. Either in the family or in a museum.
As it is a 1892 Winchester rifle and used by John Wayne or Duke it will be very precious and a costly item.