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Return of the Winchester Model 94 Rifle

Winchester Model 94 Rifles

Winchester Model 94 Rifles

Winchester Repeating Arms

Winchester Repeating Arms

Morgan, Utah --(AmmoLand.com)- Winchester Repeating Arms is excited to announce the return of the Model 1894 lever action rifle to its line of firearms for 2010.

This reintroduction of the most popular rifle in history will be offered in two Limited Edition models that will commemorate the 200th anniversary of Oliver F. Winchester’s birth in New England in 1810. A Model 1894 Custom Grade and Model 1894 High Grade will be offered in 30-30 Winchester caliber.

The Model 1894 began at the workbench of John M. Browning, being the first sporting rifle to use smokeless powder. It has been said that the Model 1894 has taken more deer than any other rifle in the world, and with over six million sold, has become by far, the most popular rifle in history. What better way to welcome back the timeless Winchester® Model 1894 than with a tribute to Oliver F. Winchester.

Model 1894 Custom Grade
Only 500 Custom Grade rifles in sets with the High Grade model will be offered. This rifle will have an exquisite 24″ half-round, half-round octagon deeply blued barrel. A buckhorn rear sight is matched with a Marble’s® gold bead front sight. The Custom Grade model has Grade IV/V walnut with a rich, high gloss finish. Deep scroll engraving covers both sides of the blued receiver. An early Winchester Repeating Arms crest graces the left side of the receiver, with the right side bearing the words, “Two Hundred Years, Oliver F. Winchester,” and the dates “1810 – 2010″, in gold. The barrel is deeply polished, with the signature of Oliver F. Winchester in gold on the top of the bolt. “One of Five Hundred” is inscribed in gold on the barrel of the Custom Grade rifle.

Model 1894 High Grade
The Winchester Model 1894 High Grade also honors and commemorates the 200th anniversary of Oliver Fisher Winchester’s birth. This model is deeply embellished with delicate scroll work, with Oliver F. Winchester’s signature in gold on top of the bolt. The left side of the receiver bears an early Winchester Repeating Arms crest. On the right side are the words, “Two Hundred Years, Oliver F. Winchester,” and the dates, “1810-2010.” The fancy Grade II/III walnut stock is enhanced with a high gloss finish and is delicately checkered, complementing the fine embellishments on the silver nitride receiver. The High Grade model is also chambered in the timeless 30-30 Winchester caliber with a deeply blued half-round, half octagon barrel. A buckhorn rear sight is fitted with a Marble’s gold bead front sight. 500 of the High Grade model will be sold as a set with the Custom Grade. The remaining limited quantities will be sold individually.

Delivery of these two commemorative rifles will begin starting in the 2nd quarter of 2010. Both models have 8 round magazine capacity, 42″ overall length, 10″ rate of twist with average weight at 8 lbs. The Model 1894 Custom Grade rifle has a Suggested Retail of $1,959.00. The Model 1984 High Grade rifle Suggested Retail is $1,469.00.

For more information on all of Winchester Repeating Arms innovative products, visit www.winchester-guns.com.

  • 4 User comments to “Return of the Winchester Model 94 Rifle”

    1. Colin Kaut on January 15, 2010 at 12:09 PM said:

      Have a Whinchester Model 94 .44 Magnum Caliber and would like to know more information about this rifle. Lever action 11 shot chamber?

    2. On the sites advertising Oliver Winchester Comm. sets(2010), all read alike. What I would like to know is, are the internal parts made as the pre 64 Winchesters; e.g. forged instead of stamped, pins instead of screws, is the action smooth or rough as in the post 64 rifles? Has anyone shot one to see if it is accurate and reliable? Would you be able to help? If not can you direct me to a web site that would have this info.?

      Thanking you in advance..Walt

    3. Walter,

      You may find it very difficult to find someone that has fired a Commemorative rifle. They are purchased for their collectors value, not as a shooter. I know many collectors that won’t even operated the action on a Commemorative. You are free to do with your rifles whatever you like, but it seems like a waste of money to purchase one of these with the intent of shooting it.

    4. I would recommend you call Winchester Customer Service at: 800.333.3288.

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