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CARTRIDGES OF NONSTANDARD DIMENSION OR THOSE THAT WHEN SHOT, DEVELOP PRESSURES IN EXCESS OF INDUSTRY STANDARDS ESTABLISHED BY THE SPORTING ARMS AND AMMUNITION MANUFACTURERS' INSTITUTE (SAAMI). DISCHARGING FIREARMS IN POORLY VENTILATED AREAS, CLEANING FIREARMS, OR HANDLING AMMUNITION MAY RESULT IN EXPOSURE TO LEAD AND OTHER SUBSTANCES KNOWN TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS, REPRODUCTIVE HARM AND OTHER SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY. HAVE ADEQUATE VENTILATION AT ALL TIMES. WASH HANDS THOROUGHLY AFTER EXPOSURE....

Familiar With All Part Names Listed Before Proceeding With The Rest Of The Instructions In This Manual

Descriptions in this manual generally refer to the gun in the horizontal position. That is, in the normal firing position. For example, the muzzle is forward or front the buttstock is rearward or rear the trigger is downward or underneath the sight is upward or on top. For general parts terminology, refer to Figure 1-A. The Winchester Model 94 is also shown in some detail, focussing on the hammer and lever mechanisms (See Figure 1-B through 1-C). You must be familiar with these part names in...

Never Attempt To Take Your Model Apart Further Than Explained In This Manual

This is a specialized, finely fitted mechanism. You may permanently mar it by attempting to disassemble the inner mechanism assemblies. If further disassembly for service or cleaning is required, take your gun to a U. S. Repeating Arms Company Authorized Repair Center or a competent gunsmith as explained under Service or Repair. To order parts, please write our parts department and furnish the following your name, address, and telephone number. Also specify the model and serial number of your...

Use The Correct Ammunition As Indicated By The Inscription On The Barrel As Explained Previously Before

LOADING YOUR RIFLE MAKE SURE ALL GREASE AND OIL HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE BARREL AND CHAMBER, AND THERE ARE NO OBSTRUCTIONS IN THE BARREL OR ACTION AREAS. (1) Load the chamber by placing a cartridge directly into the chamber through the opened action (See Figure 8), or (2) load the chamber by transferring a cartridge that was previously loaded into the magazine (See Figure 9) to the chamber by operating the finger lever. IN EITHER CASE, ALWAYS FIRST PLACE THE MANUAL HAMMER STOP IN THE ON...

Your Rifle Is Now Ready To Fire

Firmly shoulder your gun, take aim and when on target pull the trigger smoothly, without jerking. After firing, let the trigger return to the fully forward position. SPECIAL NOTE ON TRIGGER PULL When pulling the trigger an initial take-up section can be felt. This longer, initial pull is an added safety feature of your Model 94- It serves to drop an internal hammer block that is positioned between the hammer and receiver. The hammer block prevents the hammer from striking the firing pin until...

You Are Responsible For Firearms Safety

As a gun owner, you accept a set of demanding responsibilities. How seriously you take these responsibilities can mean the difference between life and death. Failure to follow any of these instructions can cause extensive damage to your gun and or possible serious injury or death to yourself and others. There is no excuse for careless or abusive handling of any firearm. At all times handle any firearm with intense respect for its power and potential danger. PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL OF THE...

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Lever Action Rifle Concept Design

The ultra-strong breech block design has stood the test of time and is a main reason for the Model 94's accuracy. The handling characteristics of the 94 (especially models with shorter barrels) make it ideal for hunting in heavy brush and make it especially effective hunting from tree stands. (Be sure to always follow all regulations and safety rules when hunting from any tree stand.) Every Model 94 comes with our proven open sight design. These sights are specially made to be easy to adjust,...

Siqht Adjustments

Carbine Folding Sight

All Model 94 rifles are fitted with open sights. The style and adjustment system may vary between models and grades. The proper procedure is to shoot a group with the sights set as they come from the factory intermediate position on both elevation and windage , and then make incremental adjustments to move the sight blade and blade holder to position the group on your target. The procedures below are for the type of open sights found on current Model 94 rifles. BEFORE MAKING ANY SIGHT...

Assembly disassembly

Your Model 94 comes fully assembled in the box except for the installation of the scope and mounts included with some Ranger models. No assembly to the rifle itself is required. No disassembly is required for normal maintenance. If your Model 94 requires disassembly for any reason such as requiring extra cleaning after being dropped in water it should be performed by a competent gunsmith, by one of our Authorized Repair Centers, or by our service facility. This installation procedure applies to...