1892 Button Magazine
Not many firearm models today can boast of having had over one million produced. The Winchester Model 1892, very similar in construction to the Winchester Model 1886, is one of these famous lever-action rifles. It is much like a compact or carbine model of the famous 1886 and has the same dual, vertical locking system for impressive strength. Many of its components have been scaled down and simplified to handle the smaller calibers, and here is where this nostalgic rifle shines. It is famous for its light weight, low recoil and responsive, easy handling. It displays a genius of design that makes it a modern-day treasure. The Winchester Model 1892 features a beautifully finished walnut stock, blued barrel and receiver, finely fit with precision and pride.
RECEIVER – Steel; Gloss blued finish
BARREL – 20” gloss blued; Half round, half octagon
ACTION – Lever-action
STOCK – Grade I walnut; Oil finish
FEATURES – Crescent buttplate; Button magazine; Gold bead front sight; Buckhorn rear sight