Winchester Model 94 Short Rifle in 450 Marlin

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(AmmoLand.com) The Winchester Model 94 is one of the best selling rifles of all time. Now the popular Model 94 Short Rifle from Winchester Repeating Arms® is chambered in powerful 450 Marlin.

In addition to this new caliber, the Model 94 Short Rifle has this set of features:

  • Premium Pachmayr® Decelerator® recoil pad for more comfortable shooting
  • Ported barrel reduces recoil and muzzle jump
  • Walnut stock with satin finish, authentic straight-grip Styling and a blued steel forearm cap offer a nostalgic look
  • Triple-checked button rifled barrel for the ultimate in accuracy and precision
  • Round locking bolt trunnions help ensure a smooth, quick lever throw
  • Top-tang safety is easy to see and operate
  • Rebounding hammer provides an added margin of safety
  • Bolt relief cut reduces hammer drag for smoother cocking
  • Radiused lever edges give added protection to your fingers
  • Hammer is drilled and tapped for knurled hammer spur extension (included) to aid in cocking and decocking the hammer when a scope is mounted
  • Marble Arms® front sight and adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight get you on target quickly
  • Steel loading gate for smoother loading
  • Articulated cartridge stop improves feeding reliability without damaging cartridges
  • Drilled and tapped for scope mounts lets you easily attach your favorite optics

Suggested Retail: $1,229.99.

For more information on Winchester Firearms, please visit www.winchesterguns.com.

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  • 4 thoughts on “Winchester Model 94 Short Rifle in 450 Marlin

    1. I like Marlin lever action rifles. Now that that’s out of the way I can move on with the only nit I have to pick with this one, the caliber. 450 Marlin is available but the cheapest (if you can call it that) price is the Hornady Leverevolution rounds at $1.77 per round! From there it goes way up.

      1. You are buying your ammo “in all the wrong places”. I have a model 94 in 450 Marlin that I purchased years ago. It remains unfired because I really wanted a Marlin Guide gun in 450 Marlin.

      2. Once you own one, you won’t get rid of it. It is one hell of a machine and I certainly do love mine. Most people cannot make it through one box of ammo at a time. Try it, you too will love it.

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