One lever-action repeating rifle truly won the favor of hunters and shooters across the country: The Model 1894. Designed with power and practicality in mind, John M. Browning was the innovative mind behind the first sporting rifle that was made to handle the new high-velocity, smokeless powder ammunition introduced in the late 19th Century. With its ease of operation, quick handling, and chambering for one of the most popular hunting cartridges, .30-30 Winchester, the Model 1894 is a classic design that is just dependable and revered today since its introduction in 1894. This 1894 carbine reproduction features a forged steel frame, carbine style buttstock & forend, blued parts, and round barrel.
|Sights||Blade Front, Buckhorn Rear|
|Weight Range||7 lbs to 7.99 lbs|
|Metal Finish Group||Blued/Black|
|Stock Finish Group||Brown|
|Barrel Length Range||20" to 20.99"|
Determined at checkout.