Winchester Repeating Arms Adds Two Models Of Lever Action Rifles

Winchester Repeating Arms Adds Two Models To Its Historical Line Of Lever Action Rifles
1895 & 1886 Grade I

Winchester Repeating Arms 1895 & 1886 Lever Action Rifles
Winchester Repeating Arms 1895 & 1886 Lever Action Rifles
Winchester Repeating Arms
Winchester Repeating Arms

Morgan, UT –-(AmmoLand.com)-The 1895 and 1886 lever action rifles were two of John M. Browning’s finest designs.

Expanding on past offerings of these two masterpieces, Winchester Repeating Arms proudly announces Grade I configurations in both models.

1895 Grade I Features:

  • Deeply blued receiver, lever and barrel
  • Straight buttplate
  • Satin finish walnut stock and forearm
  • Top tang safety
  • Adjustable buckhorn rear sight and sculpted front
  • Available in 405 Win., 30-06 and 30-40 Krag

Suggested Retail Price $1179

1886 Extra Light Grade I Features:

  • Deeply blued receiver, lever and barrel
  • Blued steel end cap and straight buttplate
  • Classic half length magazine
  • Adjustable buckhorn rear sight and bladed front
  • Top tang safety
  • Available in 45-70 caliber

Suggested Retail Price $1269

Note: Production will be very limited on both models.

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Crotalus Maxximus
Crotalus Maxximus
4 years ago

45-90 discontinued in 1911? The Buffalo herds were gone by 1911. Plus, I wonder if the 1886 barrel lengths could burn that much powder efficiently? Maybe that would be a good tech article? Hmm? “

mark shelton
10 years ago

Not sure on this mod . hope you can help 1873 32 cal lever acton

looking for age of it, on the baril march 29,1866-oucober 16,1860

just got the gun given to me ,its in great shap and Dont know what i got .. ? thank you

E. Zach Lee-Wright
E. Zach Lee-Wright
10 years ago

Er, Jim, what is a "gradfather"?

AmmoLand
10 years ago

Corrected..Thanks E.

Jim Farmer
Jim Farmer
10 years ago

My original 1930 Winchester catalog lists the Model 1886 rifle in both .45-70 and .33 Winchester. It's a take down and is priced about $59.00 if I recall. The other oddball 86 chamberings were all discontinued in 1911. These included: the .38-56, .38-70, .40-65, .40-70, .40-82 and .45-90. Why didn't Winchester just chamber only .45-70 Springfield anyway? Why the others? After all the .45-70 was a military caliber unlike these oddballs. The .33 Winchester (my late grandfather owned one and I wish I had it today) was introduced to the Model 1886 in 1902 or '03. The new Winchester Model… Read more »