1912 WINCHESTER Model 1892 Lever Action REPEATING RIFLE in .25-20 WCF C&R
Classic Lever Action Carbine Made in 1912
Here we present a Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle chambered in .25-20 WCF, made in 1912 in New Haven, Connecticut. Another fantastic design from the mind of John Moses Browning, the 1892 was made to replace the venerable and iconic 1873 and featured its pistol caliber chamberings. The result was a trim and light rifle that was an immediate hit and stayed in production from1892 through 1938 and produced upwards to 1,000,000 rifles. Carbines such as this one continued production through 1941. The Model 1892 was first chambered in .44-40 cartridges, and in 1895 the 25-20 emerged. Many gun owners favored Winchester rifles for their ability to fire the same ammunition as their pistols, meaning that a cowboy, trapper or stagecoach defender could take along his trusty rifle and pistol sidearm with only one supply of ammo!
The Model 1892, like many other Winchester rifles, made a name for themselves in many notable Hollywood productions. She served as the firearm of choice to “The Rifleman” with actor Chuck Connors and was held in high regard by characters as portrayed by western star John Wayne. Winchester actually developed a 100th Anniversary John Wayne Commemorative Model 1892 Carbine as a collectible piece to the public.
The overall condition is near fine. Nice original blued finish turning plum. The action is smooth and crisp. The bore is bright in very good shape. All marks are legible. A great example of what many consider to be Winchester’s smoothest lever action!
This firearm is classified as a Curio & Relic.
Barrel is 24 inches.
Caliber: .25-20 Winchester Center Fire
Overall condition as seen in photos.
Very Fast. Very Safe. FREE SHIPPING. Will need to be sent to your local FFL or C&R licensee. This firearm is classified as a Curio & Relic.
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