The 1892 rifle, descendant of the Henry and 1866 rifles, was made from 1892 until 1941 and total production was in excess of one million pieces. Many variations and calibers were introduced over the course of the 50 years production, but the basic design was largely unaltered and the fact that many are still in use today as hunting rifles bears testimony to the reliability and longevity of the gun. This non-firing replica clearly demonstrates the workings of the famed lever action.
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Pictures don't do it justice. Feels, and looks, great in person. Thanks to Denix, and Replica Weaponry, I have a mini collection (12+ pieces) ranging from Revolutionary War thru WWII. These guns are terrific values. Great "bang" for the buck.