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Winchester Repeating Arms has always been known for great innovations and game-changing new products. But there is a group of Winchester rifles that meet this criteria a little differently than the others. The reason? Because they set the standard over a century ago. These rifles — the Model 1894, Model 1892, Model 1886 and others — are straight out of the days when Winchester literally changed the world with every product it produced. These modern versions of historic rifles have a firm place in history and perhaps they should have a place in your gun collection.
Model 1892. The Model 1892 has a rich and colorful lineage. It is very similar to the Model 1886™ with the double locking bolt system, but designed to handle lighter pistol calibers. In the 1800s, cowboys on the plains liked this feature because they only had to carry one caliber of ammunition for both their rifle and pistol. Today, cowboy action shooters love this original Winchester Repeating Arms rifle for it's long lasting, high quality build and because it is ideal for having simple fun in competition. The large loop model is perfect for fast, fun cycling especially when wearing gloves. Model 1892 rifles are limited in production. Don’t wait and be disappointed. See your Winchester Repeating Arms® dealer before they are gone.
Model 71. In 1936, the Winchester® Model 71™ lever-action rifle was introduced to handle one cartridge — the hard hitting 348 Winchester. It proved excellent for stopping all big game at close range, with the Model 71 being well suited for its delivery. The curved lever, conforming to the Deluxe Model’s Grade IV checkered walnut pistol grip stock add to the nostalgic profile of this historic rifle. The 348 Winchester is a viable cartridge that packs a mighty for hog hunters and whitetail deer hunters.
Model 1886. The Model 1886™ was designed to handle the powerful centerfire cartridges of the period, like the timeless 45-70 Government. You’ll find that famous, hard-hitting caliber here in two superb choices of the Model 1886. Bear, elk, moose and bison are fair targets for this nostalgic rifle and cartridge. Slide the Extra Light Rifle into your scabbard because it was made for the saddle, whether atop a horse or ATV. You owe it to yourself to take a Winchester® Model 1886 on your next big game hunt.
Model 1894 (or just Model 94). What makes selecting a Winchester® Model 94 so exciting is the variety of features and accuracy that will surprise you. The Sporter model with its traditional straight grip stock, blued steel crescent buttplate, and the elegant half-round, half-octagon barrel, is a nostalgic favorite. The satin oil finished walnut stock is finely checkered with double-line bordering. The 20" Short Rifle’s barrel makes it quick-swinging, lightweight and lightning fast. It has a rifle-style forearm with blued forearm cap and a full-length magazine. The receivers on both rifles are drilled and tapped for a scope. The Winchester Model 94 — fun to own, more fun to shoot.
Below is a video on the newest Model 92 being offered.