Special order features … Model 42 Shotguns. The Winchester® Model 94 Lever-Action Rifle is one of the most proven hunting rifles ever made.

There are 17 Model Configurations of the post-64 Model 94 Winchester. Winchester name brand and the Model 1894 go hand and hand. Featured Gun Classifieds Winchester Rifles - Model 94 Post-64. The .30-30 is still the king of three calibers in which the rifle is offered and a fine choice for deer-sized game.

Repeating Arms Co., Inc. From 1894 to 1963 the Model 94 lever action rifle had been manufactured using high quality forged steel parts and stocked in genuine American black walnut. The traditional Western styling features a blued steel … The Winchester® Model 94 Lever-Action Rifle is one of the most proven hunting rifles ever made.

GI#: 101441496. Someone had stripped off most of its bluing, so although it was perfectly functional, it looked like hell.

The pre-64 models include Standard Grade, Carbine, Featherweight, Alaskan, Westerner, and Super Grade. Model 94 Oliver F. Winchester High Grade.

The .30-30 was made in all but the first of those years. Step 1: Determine the 94 Model of firearm. Years ago, I became the owner of an old pre-1964 Winchester Model 94 30-30 carbine. Hardwood straight grip stock, compact Model 94 lever-action carbine made to fit smaller shooters, tang safety, and post-style front sight.
The lightweight and fast handling Model 94 delivers reliable, rapid fire with cartridges powerful enough for deer, bear, and hogs. There are also several variations within some of those models. A few good reasons to own a Model 94 Winchester. The Winchester model 94 holds the record for best-selling high-powered rifle in U.S. history and set a standard that would last over 100 years.

This is a Winchester 94 32 with a 16 inch barrel.

Designed by John M. Browning in 1893 specifically to be a perfect match for the new 30-30, which was smokeless cartridge. Winchester 94 Wrangler 32 Trapper NIB .

Winchester Repeating Arms made the 94 from 1894 to 1980. The Model 70 was introduced in 1936 and is currently in production. There are a number of good reasons that the Model 94 Winchester is still a solid choice for big game hunting.
Today, Winchester sells the Model ’94 in four configurations and three different calibers including .30-30, .38-55 and .450 Marlin (the last is known as the Model 94 Trails End Takedown). Winchester Model 94.

The metal finish was a highly polished blue and in the later part of that era the stock had a gloss finish.

The standard ("Traditional") 94 carbine was a lever action and had a plain walnut stock, with a shotgun-type buttplate. Calibers range from the .22 Hornet to the powerful .458 Winchester Magnum. Illustration courtesy of U.S. This gun is 100% new in the box. The first time I tried to refinish this sweet old lever gun (with Blue Wonder), the result was a brown magazine tube […] ... Winchester model 94 chambered in 30-30 Win with a 20 inch barrel bright bore and good grooves.

Its lightweight, compact design paired with the power packing punch of the .30-30 Win. They are probably one of the longest running single models of any firearm that was ever produced.