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Just as the name suggests, a lever-action rifle is built on an action that requires the use of a lever. This lever is typically found on the underside of the rifle, around the trigger guard, and moves in a downward motion. When this motion is engaged, a cartridge moves into the chamber, thus placing the rifle in the “ready” position. This movement is also used to extract spent casings or otherwise clear the chamber.
While lever-action rifles are most commonly associated with old-west cowboys, production carries on today, with many manufacturers adding modern twists to these nostalgic firearms. Many lever-actions are favored for various hunting applications.
Lever-action rifles are most commonly crafted with hard wood, although some offer a synthetic stock and forearm as well. Calibers range from 22 LR to 45-70 Govt. Barrel lengths vary, as do finishes, features, and other options.
The most popular lever-actions are made by Browning, Henry Repeating Arms, Marlin, and Winchester.
Offered in several variants, with numerous options and calibers available, the BLR is one of Browning’s top-selling lever-actions. It features a walnut stock and forend with a lightweight alloy receiver.
Maker of the All-Weather Lever, the Big Boy, and the Golden Boy, Henry Repeating Arms is a trusted name when it comes to lever-action rifles for sale.
Just as the name suggests, the All-Weather is made for heavy use and designed to resist corrosion. It is chambered in 30-30 Win and 45-70 Govt. The Big Boy Classic is crafted with iconic western style and made with a walnut stock and forearm, brass receiver, and blued steel barrel. Named for its bright Brasslite receiver and brass barrel band, the Golden Boy is ideal for varmint hunting. It features a walnut stock and blued steel barrel.
Marlin is one of the most well-known names when it comes to lever-action rifles. Some of their best sellers include the Model 1894, 1895, and 336. All three of these models are made with an American walnut stock and a solid top receiver, but each offers different variants with numerous options and features.
Winchester manufactures several of the best-selling lever-action rifles, including the Model 1873, 1892, 94 Carbine, and the 9422. One of the most famous long guns, the Winchester Model 1873 is known as “the gun that won the west.” Made with a walnut stock and steel receiver, it is available in rifle, carbine, and musket models. The 1892 is a robust rifle made with a walnut stock and steel receiver and barrel, while the Model 94 Carbine is ideal for hunting fast-moving game like deer, hogs, and bear. Also crafted with wood and steel, the 9422 is capable of cycling 22 Short, 22 Long, and 22LR.
Some lever-actions can be purchased for just a few hundred dollars, while others may cost over $1,000, or more.
The Guns.com inventory includes lever-action rifles for sale in a wide range of prices. Brownings are about $500 to $800. Henry models start at less than $300 and go up to about $1,800. Marlins are priced from about $425 to $850, while Winchester prices range from about $300 to $1,300.
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