The Model 1895 was the first successful box magazine lever-action repeater ever placed on the market, and one of Theodore Roosevelt’s favorites. The Custom Model has Grade III/IV walnut with deep engraving of many African big game animals on a blued receiver plus extensive gold-toned embellishments. A special matte finish along the top of the barrel is patterned after one of Roosevelt’s Model 1895 rifles on display at the Cody Firearms Museum in Wyoming. Extreme polish, precision fitting and finishes adorn this breathtaking rifle commemorating the 100th anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt’s African safari of 1909. It is only offered in a limited number of 1,000 two-gun sets with the High Grade Model (shown below). Each rifle in the set will bear special matching serial numbers, and is supplied with a complete collector’s package, including a full color box sleeve, special edition hang tag, special owner’s manual and a copy of President Roosevelt’s famous book African Game Trails. A deluxe double gun case will also be included, allowing both guns to be displayed together.
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8 lbs. 0 oz.
Weights listed are approximate. Drop at comb and heel are measured from centerline of bore.