What is a Model 94 Carbine?

What is a Model 94 Carbine?

The Winchester® Model 94 Lever-Action Rifle is one of the most proven hunting rifles ever made. The lightweight and fast handling Model 94 delivers reliable, rapid fire with cartridges powerful enough for deer, bear, and hogs. The traditional Western styling features a blued steel barrel, receiver, and strap buttplate.

How many rounds does a WINCHESTER 94?

Winchester Model 1894
Action Lever-action
Muzzle velocity 2,490 ft/s (759 m/s)
Feed system 9-round (26″ barrel), 8-round (24″ barrel) or 7-round (20″ barrel) internal tube magazine
Sights Notch rear sight, post front sight. Peep sights also available.

What kind of barrel does a Winchester 1894 have?

My gun has either a 22″ or 26″ barrel, with a fancy walnut stock and forearm that are checkered, and a crescent metal butt plate. You have a Winchester 1894 Fancy Sporting Rifle. If the serial number is less than 14,580 add 100% to value. If your gun has a serial number less than 11,453 you have a “First model” Fancy Sporting Rifle.

What was the name of the first Winchester rifle?

The Model 1894 has been referred to as the “ultimate lever-action design” by firearms historians such as R. L. Wilson and Hal Herring. The Model 1894 is the rifle credited with the name “Winchester” being used to refer to all rifles of this type and was the first commercial sporting rifle to sell over 7,000,000 units.

Is the Winchester Model 94 a good hunting rifle?

The Model 94’s combination of potent firepower in a compact, lightweight, comfortable-to-carry, and quick-shooting package has made it an extremely popular hunting rifle, particularly for white-tailed deer in the dense forests of the Eastern United States, where most game is killed at relatively short distances.

What was the first rifle made with smokeless powder?

The Winchester Model 1894 was the first commercial American repeating rifle built to be used with smokeless powder.