No greater names have ever been linked together more solidly than Winchester® and the Model 1894. Early on in 1862, Oliver Fisher Winchester began Winchester Repeating Arms Company and followed with a series of fine rilfes like the 1866, 1873 and 1876. Then John M. Browning came along with numerous other designs which became legendary Winchesters, like the Single Shot 1885, Model 86 and the Model 92 among others. Then, in 1893 he presented to Winchester a model that was a perfect match for the new 30-30 smokeless cartridge, ushering in a new era in firearms development. This rifle became the Model 94 Winchester. It was the ultimate iteration of Winchester levers and, although coming at the end of westward expansion, is often called "The Gun that Won the West."
Looking for a special Model 94? You may want to consider the new Model 94 Cabela's 50th Anniversary rifle. Done as a joint project between Winchester Repeating Arms and Cabela's, this rifle is an exquisitely collectible Model 94 that shoots as good as it looks. Check out the Cabela's Model 94 specifications here or go to Cabela's.com for information on reserving one for you.