Taylor’s & Company Announces New-Lever Action Rifle


taylors-logo_horizontal_blackWINCHESTER, Va. (AmmoLand) – More than 100 years ago, hunters and shooters united in their love of John Browning’s lever-action repeating rifle. Taylor’s & Company today is announcing the release, coinciding with this year’s SHOT Show, of its take on the classic yet powerful rifle that has stood the test of time, the Model 1894.

Boasting the power and practicality of its predecessor, the Model 1894 Lever-Action Repeating Rifle features a 20” barrel, checkered stock and forend, and 30WIN caliber. It’s as innovatively effective now as it was then, according to Taylor’s & Company CEO Tammy Loy.

“The Taylor’s take on this classic has the same ease of use, quick handling and effective follow-through as the original did,” Loy said. “Its classic design is a gift that keeps on giving. Sport shooters have a new must-get for their collection.”

Originally conceived as a rifle that could handle the at-the-time new high velocity, smokeless powder ammunition of the late-19th Century, something Loy said makes it a valuable entry in the Taylor’s & Company lineup.

“There’s a reason this why this model has continually won the favor of hunters and shooters for so many years,” she said. “It’s a powerful piece of equipment for people looking for a classic lever-action – and it helps that it looks great, too.” The Model 1894 is available for purchase through Taylor’s & Company dealers.

For more information on the Model 1894 Lever-Action Repeating Rifle visit taylorsfirearms.com

About Taylor’s & Company
Founded in 1988, Taylor’s & Company, headquartered in Winchester, Va., is an importer of firearms, including revolvers, rifles and shotguns. The company specializes in reproduction Civil War firearms through the end of the Old West era, hunting firearms and 1911 tactical pistols. It markets its products through dealers and distributors nationwide and assists consumers is obtaining a dealer for firearm transfers as needed. It seeks to serve all types of shooters from competitive shooters and outdoor enthusiasts to history buffs and collectors. For more information, visit taylorsfirearms.com.

  • 4 thoughts on “Taylor’s & Company Announces New-Lever Action Rifle

    1. I looked at their listing.
      This is a Uberti Reproduction!

      My question would be, is it a pre-1964 copy, or a post-1963 copy?
      The buttplate is a pre-war Carbine style.

      The current Winchester brand 1894’s are made by Miroku in Japan, and have a tang safety.

      I cannot see an auxiliary tang or cross-bolt safety on this Uberti copy.

      It will be interesting to see if they add 38-55 (original loading in 1894) and .32 Winchester Special versions to this line.

      I still have my first deer rifle, bought new in 1963 for $69.95. It is an 1894 Carbine in 32 Winchester Special.

    2. I’m not sure what makes this a NEW rifle. The ’94 or 1894 have been around now for 123 years (2017). The .30 WCF, or better known today as the .30-30 Win., has also been around since 1895, and was Winchesters first smokeless round. Good 100, 150 or at most 200 yard gun. Also, this is not a rifle at all. It is a Carbine… few people know the difference, but this is for sure a Carbine…

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