Winchester Model 1894 Reviews

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Winchester Model 94 Disassembly

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Shooting a Winchester Model 94

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I agree with the posts above.

My two Model 94's date to 1972 & 1975. They will take a few careful steps to field strip it and re-assemble it.

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These two work as well as a new one.
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Nice pair. Thanks for sharing. Glad you are in the Winchester herd on this forum.
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