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    Lever-Action Rifles

    Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 12/22/2015

    The Lever-Action Rifle revolutionized the world of the long gun by providing repeating fire from a relatively simple manual action.





    There are a total of (8) Lever-Action Rifles in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.




    1860
    Henry Model 1860
    While not the "perfect" lever-action repeating rifle, the Henry Rifle was the revolutionary culminat... [Read More]
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    1894
    Marlin Model 1894
    The Marlin Firearms Company entered into the gun market during 1870 and made a name for itself by ma... [Read More]
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    1860
    Spencer Rifle / Carbine
    Christopher Spencer (1833-1922) proved an inventor at heart and one of his most storied creations be... [Read More]
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    1866
    Winchester Model 1866
    While the lever-action repeating Henry Rifle of 1860 proved revolutionary in its own right, it still... [Read More]
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    1873
    Winchester Model 1873
    The Model 1873 was one of the early legends of the burgeoning American firearms industry and a model... [Read More]
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    1876
    Winchester Model 1876
    With the arrival of evermore powerful centerfire cartridges appearing on the firearms front, it was ... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Winchester Model 1876

    1892
    Winchester Model 1892
    Beginning in 1883, fabled American gunsmith John Moses Browning lent his talents - through a partner... [Read More]
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    1915
    Winchester Model 1915
    When the Russian Empire mobilized for World War in 1914, it lacked the stocks of service rifles for ... [Read More]
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