The sights on the new Model 94s feature a deep, pronounced buckhorn rear sight. It is dovetailed into the barrel and drift-adjustable for windage and has a typical slide-elevator for elevation adjustments.
Scrolling on the left side-plate of the High Grade is similar to that on the Custom Grade, but lacks the gold embellishments. There is also a typical trigger stop just behind the trigger to ensure the lever is fully compressed during firing.
The author has a particular affinity for the Model 1894. As a teenager in the 1960s he carried a pre-'64 that he bought in Phoenix, Ariz. He took his first deer with rifle, a fitting story for the .30-30 that "put more venison on the table than any other rifle in history."