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Winchester® Model 1892 Large Loop Carbine 357 Mag 20″ Barrel

$1,849.99

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Saddle up with the Model 92 – the most famous of all the levers produced in the 1890s. This is why it is used by a huge number of competitors in cowboy action shooting events. It is slick, fast and extremely reliable. Designed for primarily pistol calibers, the recoil is manageable and is a fantastic gun for training new lever-action users. In the ranching days of the American West, the 92 was considered a premier rifle for looking out for the safety of livestock. In every way, it remains a premier rifle.

The large loop lever is often associated with the films of John Wayne or the TV Show The Rifleman. But it has a value that is more than movies and fun. The large loop is very functional when hunting or shooting while wearing gloves. And of course, it also looks great.

Features:

  • Walnut Stock Grade I with rich, satin finish, authentic straight-grip, contoured for better feel
  • Contoured steel carbine strap buttplate is quick to shoulder and protects buttstock from damage
  • Top-tang safety is easy to see and operate
  • Rebounding hammer provides added margin of safety
  • Large loop lever with radiused edges, large enough for use with gloves
  • Marble Arms® front sight with brass bead for easier sighting
  • Adjustable rear sight gets you on target with any ammo
  • Saddle ring attaches rifle to the saddle
  • Steel loading gate for smoother loading
  • Barrel is button rifled with recessed crown to protect rifling for consistent bullet departure and ultimate accuracy

Specs:

General:

Canada Legal Classification Non-Restricted Action Lever
Handedness Ambidextrous Optic Interface Rear Sight Dovetail; Drilled and Tapped Tang
Rear Sight Fully Adjustable U-Notch Front Sight Drift Adjustable Marble Arms Brass Bead
Grip Type Stock Integrated Straight Pistol Grip Cap None
Trigger Type Standard Trigger Compatiblity Winchester 1892 (Post-64)
Min Trigger Pull (lbs; N) ~5.5; 24.5 Max Trigger Pull (lbs; N) ~5.5; 24.5
Observed Trigger Pull (lbs; N) ~5.5; 24.5 Safety Manual 2-Position Tang
Manual Safety Position Rear Receiver Tang Magazine Interface Fixed Tube
Magazine Compatibility Winchester 1892 (Post-64) Magazine Capacity 10
Default Length (in; mm) 37.5; 952.5 Min Length (in; mm) 37.5; 952.5
Max Length (in; mm) 37.5; 952.5 Width (in; mm) ~1.3; 3.3
Height (in; mm) ~7.1; 18 Weight (lbs; kg) 6; 2.72155
Accessory Interfaces Saddle Ring Left Side Receiver

Receiver:

Throw Angle (Degrees) ~80 Action Size Standard
Receiver Type Winchester 1892 (Post-64) Lower Receiver Material Steel
Lower Receiver Finish Brushed Polish Upper Receiver Material Steel
Upper Receiver Finish Brushed Polish Stock Interfacing Mechanism Direct to Receiver via Threaded Rear Tang Screw
Stock Interfacing Mechanism Material Steel Stock Interfacing Mechanism Finish Blued
Barrel Interfacing Mechanism Threaded Into Receiver Barrel Securing Mechanism Barrel Threads
Barrel Securing Mechanism Material Steel Barrel Securing Mechanism Finish Blued
Recoil Lug None Recoil Lug Material N/A
Recoil Lug Finish N/A Feed Type Push
Ejection Bolt Mounted Spring Loaded Ejection Direction Top Angled
Bolt Type 1 Piece Bolt Material Steel
Bolt Finish Bushed Polish Bolt Head Type Part of Bolt
Bolt Locking Lugs (2) Rear Locking Lugs Lever Type Straight Grip Big Loop
Lever Material Steel Lever Finish Brushed Polish
Bolt Hold Open None Bolt Release None
Trigger Guard Type Part of Lever Trigger Guard Material Steel
Trigger Guard Finish Brushed Polish Trigger Guard Engraving None
Magazine Release Type None Magazine Release Position N/A
Magazine Cutoff N/A Anti-Release Magazine Lock Mechanism Threaded Screw Into Barrel

Buttstock:

Stock Type Straight Grip Full Size Stock Fit Winchester 1892 (Post-64)
Stock Material Black Walnut, Grade 1 Stock Finish Satin
Buttpad Carbine Metal Strap Adjustable Length of Pull No
Default Length of Pull (in; cm) 13.5; 34.29 Min Length of Pull (in; cm) 13.5; 34.29
Max Length of Pull (in; cm) 13.5; 34.29 Adjustable Comb No
Min Drop at Comb (in; cm) 1.125; 2.8575 Max Drop at Comb (in; cm) 1.125; 2.8575
Min Drop at Heel (in; cm) 1.75; 4.445 Max Drop at Heel (in; cm) 1.75; 4.445
Adjustable Cast No Adjustable Pitch No

Forend:

Forend Type Mounted to Receiver and Barrel Forend Fit Winchester 1892 (Post-64)
Forend Material Black Walnut, Grade 1 Forend Finish Satin w/ Metal Barrel Band

Barrel:

Barrel Length (mm) 508 Caliber Marking 357 Mag ONLY
Chamber Size Standard Pressure Rating Standard
Barrel Profile Round Barrel Material Steel
Barrel Finish Brushed Polish Chamber Finish Standard
Rifling 6 Groove Button Rifled Twist Rate (in) 1:18.75
Muzzle Device None Muzzle Thread (in) N/A

Additional Information:

125 years and still going strong.

2017 marks the 125th year of the Model 1892. Of all the rifles produced in an era often called “the Winning of the West” the John Browning-designed Winchester Model 1892 stands out as an engineering masterpiece. Light, fast, ultra quick to the point, natural . . . . essentially perfect. Of all the pistol caliber rifles of the day, none have become more viable in modern Cowboy Action shooting than the ’92. It’s a good year to get your hands on some history.

The favorite of the Duke and just about everbody. “Fill your hands you . . . ” The Model 92 was elevated to the status of movie star for three quarters of a Century by many of the most famous on-screen cowboys. When you saw a movie with John Wayne, or watched The Rifleman with Chuck Connors you knew that the rifle they used was more than a screen prop. Going back in time, Annie Oakley performed across the world with Buffalo Bill shooting her special smoothbore 1892.

Over a million. Not many firearm models today can boast of having had over one million produced. The Winchester Model 1892, very similar in construction to the Winchester Model 1886, is one of these famous lever-action rifles.

Compact, light and fast. It is much like a compact or carbine model of the famous 1886 and has the same dual, vertical locking system for impressive strength. Many of its components have been scaled down and simplified to handle the smaller calibers, and here is where this nostalgic rifle shines.

What makes it the ultimate lever action? The Model 92 is famous for its light weight, low recoil and responsive, easy handling. It displays a genius of design that makes it a modern-day treasure. The Winchester Model 1892 features a beautifully finished walnut stock, blued barrel and receiver, finely fit with precision and pride.

How to find the model you want. From year to year Winchester Repeating Arms introduces new models and versions of the Model 1892. Your dealer may have both the current model of the year and other previous year models in his or her inventory. An internet search is a key tool when locating these special rifles which are commonly made in very limited manufacturing runs.

One of the most famous Model 1892s of all. Annie Oakley’s smoothbore.

The Model 1892 clearly was a major player in 19th Century history. But this one was one of the most famous of all. Annie Oakley used her special 1892 all across the world as she traveled with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.

Item Number 534190137

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Caliber

357 Magnum

Manufacturer

Winchester

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