by NRA Staff - Sunday, July 15, 2012
There are two versions of the resurrected Winchester Model 94, the Sporter with a 26-inch (shown) or the Short Barrel model with 20-inch barrel. The rifles are made in Japan at the same factory where many Winchesters and Brownings have been manufactured for years.
The Model 99 was in production for 98 years, from 1899 to 1997. It’s too bad Savage couldn’t have kept it going for two more years so it could have been retired with a 100th Anniversary edition. But the things that made the 99 unique made it expensive to manufacture.
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