East Alton, IL – -(Ammoland.com)- The distinctive look of the Winchester 1892 large loop carbine rifle was the dream of many young boys and old men who watched the gun being used on TV shows and in movies 50 years ago.
Watching their favorite actor handle the rifle with one hand was the envy of every want-to-be cowboy.
Winchester Repeating Arms is helping make those dreams come true with the introduction of the 1892 Large Loop Carbine back into their rifle line for 2012. The new rifle looks just like the original 1892 with a 20-inch button-rifled barrel and an overall length of 37 ½ inches.
It features a Grade 1 walnut stock with a rich, satin finish. The steel contoured carbine strap buttplate is quick to shoulder and protects the buttstock from damage.
The new 1892 also features a Marble Arms front sight with a brass bead and an adjustable rear sight. The full-length magazine holds 10 cartridges and the rifle is available in 4 calibers: 357 Mag., 44 Rem Mag., 44-40 Winchester, and 45 Colt. Each rifle comes with an eye-catching saddle ring.
However, the most distinguishing feature of the rifle is the Large Loop Lever with radiused edges. The lever makes it easy to cycle the rife, even with gloves on. The 1892 will be produced in limited quantities so interested buyers need to contact their Winchester Repeating Arms dealer soon.
Suggested Retail, $1,259.99