Winchester M1892 Rifle
Silver / Chrome Version
All metal with real wood stock / fore-grip / Front venting
Made over 30 years ago by CMC and in excellent good condition for age. Appears unfired !!
Includes: Original box, 5x CMC Real look cal. 44-40 brass rounds (reusable). Each cartridge takes 1x 7mm PFC cap (not included) for the bang and smoke.
No longer produced and very hard to come by, especially this silver/chrome version with original box in this excellent condition.
All metal with real wood stock/ fore-grip.
Open barrel for venting.
This is a very nice `working` replica which cycles cal. 40-44 brass rounds (5 included) exactly the same way as the original
The brass blank rounds take a PFC cap for effects!! (not included / available below)
The Winchester feels and works great, weighs approx 2.6Kg and is made of metal with real wood stock, fore grip and has flip up adjustable sight
UK Customers, this is VCRA Exempt
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PFC Primer caps: €8.85 / £8.50 per box (1 box = 100 PFC caps) These are required to make the bang and smoke.
The Winchester Model 1892 rifle was designed as a replacement for the 1873. It incorporated a much stronger action than the earlier lever action firearms of the 1860's and 1870's. Although Winchester phased the Model 1892 out in the 1930's, the Model 1892 has continued to be popular with Cowboy Action Shooters and hunters.
While earlier rifles and shotguns actually "Won the West", the majority of lever action rifles seen in classic Hollywood Westerns are 1892 Carbines. These were famously carried by John Wayne in dozens of films, Clint Eastwood in "Rawhide", Chuck Conners in "The Rifleman" and Steve McQueen in "Wanted: Dead or Alive"
Design of the Model 1892 was wholly
Winchester and featured a solid wooden walnut stock and matching forend. The
receiver was metal and contained all of the major internal working components of
the rifle. The hammer was set to the rear and identified by its visible spur
with the trigger group below the receiver. The trigger was protected over in a
rounded ring that connected to the all-important lever loop handle. It was this
lever handle action that made Winchester rifles so popular - moving it downward
cleared the firing chamber of any spent shell casings (ejecting them from the
top of the receiver) and introduced a new shell from the tubular magazine held
underneath the barrel. A loading gate cut out along the right side of the
receiver easily allowed the operator access to reloading the spring-loaded
magazine. The barrel was set within the body, above the tubular magazine. There
was a rear graduated sight ahead of the receiver and a forward post just aft of
The Model 1892, like other
Winchester rifles, made something of a splash in many notable Hollywood
productions. She served as the firearm of choice to "The Rifleman" with lead
actor Chuck Connors and was held in high regard by characters as portrayed by
Western star John Wayne. Winchester developed a 100th Anniversary John Wayne
Commemorative Winchester Model 1892 Carbine as a collectible piece to discerning