Our inventory is growing all the time, so please check back to see what’s new. For any questions regarding our collection of rifles, please 877-214-9327 or email us at [email protected] Winchester Model 1895 is a lever-action repeating firearm developed and manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in the late 19th century, chambered for a number of full-size military and hunting cartridges such as 7.62×54mm R, .303 British, .30-03, .30 Army, .30-06, .35 Winchester, .38-72 Winchester, .40-72 Winchester and .405 Winchester. Anyone interested in doing a featured display should contact the Business Office or any director.Since the Winchester Model 70 made its appearance in the late 1930s, it has been the standard by which all other bolt action rifles are judged.Features 24” octagonal barrel with full length tube magazine, buckhorn rear with blade front sights. Click for more info FINE EARLY 1881 OCTAGON RIFLE IN DESIRABLE .45-70 CALIBER, #5XXX, MADE 1883, WITH AGENT MARKINGS ON THE BARREL, top of the barrel ahead of the receiver marked in very small letters in two lines: " ... Visible rifling with roughness throughout the bore. Sights include blade front sight, sporting rear sight and folding tang peep sight. Click for more info #1027A MARLIN BALLARD #6 SCHUETZEN RIFLE, 38-55, SN 145XX, 34” extra long bbl., all matching numbers, action is factory engraved with a bear on left side & deer on right side, surrounde ...
By serial number 6000, it is thought that the last of the flat sided M1895s left the factory. Between 19 approximately 300,000 M1895's were manufactured for the army of the Russian Empire, accounting for about 70% of total production of the rifles prior to 1936 when the M1895 was discontinued. The Model 1895 in .30 Army was also entered into an 1896 New York National Guard rifle contract competition, but finished second to the Savage Model 1895 Including military contract rifles, a total of 425,881 rifles were produced, with production ceasing at serial number 425,132. Theodore Roosevelt took two M1895 rifles with him on his 1909 safari to East Africa, both in .405 Winchester.
Seldom will you find an article written on another make and model bolt action rifle without reference to the Winchester Model 70.
Winchester Model 54 rifles were the first successful bolt action sporting rifles manufactured by Winchester and were available from 1925 up until the Model 70s began appearing on dealers racks in 1937.
Spawned from Browning’s drawing board, this gun was a super simple pump-action rifle, the first of its kind, and it was fast, light, and accurate to boot.
This gun was modified in 1906 with a rounded barrel as the logically named Model 1906.