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Shooting Times calls the Winchester Model 1892 “John Browning’s Beauty.”
Layne Simpson, one of America’s best known and most respected gun writers takes readers on a concise history of the evolutionary development of the Model 1892 in Shooting Times. Already having a working relationship with John. M Browning, the Winchester management team offered the inventor a $10,000.00 bonus if he could deliver the design for he new lever-action in 60 days. Browning countered with a request for $20,000.0 if it was delivered in 30 days. Working out the basic design on the multi-day train ride back to his shop Ogden, Utah, the legendary inventor had the design in New Haven in three weeks.
Steve Gould does it again -- this time with a rifle and shotgun popper shot.
In this exhibition shot Steve Gould uses a Winchester Model 1873 lever action chambered in 38 Special to shoot three steel popper targets. When the steel targets go down they engage pigeon flippers that throw three clay targets into the air. Steve quickly puts down the Model 73 and grabs a Winchester Super X3 to finish the shot and shoot the three clays out of the air.
Outdoor Life Says the New 1885 Low Wall Rimfire Has "Charisma."
Outdoor Life gunwriter John B. Snow recently put the Model 1885 Low Wall through the wringer and really liked what came out in the wash. “Mechanically, the gun we tested was perfect,” noted Snow. “All the rifle’s moving parts – trigger, falling-block action, ejector – snap crisply through their range of motion without binding or excessive wiggle. The trigger on our rifle was especially nice, breaking at just over 3 pounds.”
Buy a New SXP and Get $25 Cash Back Starting Oct 1.
The SXP is fast. Super fast. And right now you can get one fast, in time for hunting -- plus you can get a $25 rebate from Winchester Repeating Arms to make the deal even sweeter. The Super X Pump (SXP) features Winchester's fast rotary bolt design that practically pumps itself. Three shots can be delivered in just a half second. Cycle one through and see if it’s not the finest fitting, sweetest handling and fastest pump out there.