WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENTENNIAL
WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENTENNIAL
WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENTENNIAL
WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENTENNIAL
WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENTENNIAL

WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CANADIAN CENTENNIAL

SKU GDC0000001791

used very good

Used Price

$750.00 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

The lever action Winchester Model 94 Carbine’s speed and natural pointing suit it for fast-moving game such as deer, bear, and hogs. It features a satin finish Grade I black walnut stock and forend with carbine metal strap recoil pad, drilled and tapped brushed polish finish steel receiver, steel sporter contour 26” inch barrel, adjustable semi-buckhorn rear and Marble Arms brass bead front sights, full-length tubular magazine, and top tang safety.

Seller Description

This Winchester Model 94 Canadian Centennial is a lever-action rifle chambered in 30-30 Win. A 26-inch octagonal barrel is adorned with open rifle sights. The blued steel receiver features engravings of maple leaves in celebration of Canada's anniversary. The hardwood stock and forend offer a handsome contrast to the blued steel.

Modifications

26" OCTAGON BARREL NO SADDLE RING

UPC GDC0000001791
Caliber 30-30
Action LEVER ACTION
Capacity 6 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 26 BARREL
Weight 7.6













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