|Barrel length (mm-inch)||510-20|
|Wood grade||Turkish Grade 1|
|Stock style||Straight stock|
|Drop at comb||28,5 mm|
|Drop at heel||44,5 mm|
|Barrel finish||Blued Gloss Finish|
|Options||Products available in very limited quantities, delivery times for our limited editions may be slightly longer than normal.|
Iconic style large loop lever-action Model 1892, walnut carbine style buttstock and forearm, strap style buttplate, ladder rear sight.
Saddle up. The Model 92 is the most famous of all the levers produced in the 1890s. It includes all the John Browning improvements and special features. This is why is is used by a huge number of competitors in Cowboy Action Shooting events. It is slick, fast and extremely reliable. Designed for primarily pistol calibers, its recoil is manageable and is a fantastic gun for training a young shooter of lever actions in general. In the ranching days of the American West, the 92 was considered a premier rifle for looking out for the safety of livestock. And in every way, it remains a premier rifle.