Replica of the best-selling high-powered rifle in U.S. history
Grade III walnut stock with crescent buttplate
Blued 24" octagonal barrel and original-style buckhorn sights
Designed by John Browning in 1894, the Winchester Model 94 remained in production until 2006 and is the best-selling high-powered rifle in U.S. history. The Grade III walnut stock sports a crescent buttplate and a button magazine. A deep, richly blued 24" octagonal barrel and receiver add to this firearm’s classic appearance. It’s chambered in the potent .38/55 caliber, making it suitable for big game such as deer, elk and black bear. Original-style buckhorn sights lend functional vintage appeal.