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Henry .30-30 Lever-Action Rifle

Long known for its lever-actions, Henry has introduced a version in a popular rifle cartridge – the .30-30 Win.

American Legends

Charles Daly’s 1892 Lever Action and 1873 Single Action commemorate two of the cowboy era’s greatest guns.

Winchester's Model 1886

The Big Fifty was Winchester's attempt to match several British express rifle loads intended for taking big African game.

Ben Cartwright's Winchester Model 1873

Chambered in .44-40, this carbine could take the most popular centerfire ammunition available for either rifle or handgun in the West.

Winchester Model 1876

Featuring left-handed loading capability, this 26-inch rifle also has an intriguing one-piece cleaning rod affixed to the side.

Lincoln’s Rifles

President Abraham Lincoln loved all things mechanical, especially firearms. During the War Between the States, the president squabbled constantly with the U.S. Ordnance Dept., and he even tried new designs, such as the Spencer and Henry, on the White House lawn. My, how times have changed.

Winchester 1892 Deluxe Takedown Rifle

More than a Winchester replica.

Winchester Model 71

In 1958, as a junior NRA member, I read an article in American Rifleman announcing the discontinuance of the Winchester 71, thus ending a 23-year legacy with 47,254 rifles produced. I still recall the writer referring to this lever-action as “businesslike”—an apt description.

Savage Model 99

The Savage Model 99 featured a unique rotary magazine for the then-new spitzer bullets

Savage Model 99: A Look Back

Savage’s Model 99 had an almost century long run, and is still an interesting rifle.

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