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REPEATABLE RIFLE WINCHESTER MODEL 92 USA 1892 1068 / G
Dimensions: 94 cm
Weight: 2520 g
Reproduction of a carbine, made of metal and wood, with a simulated loading and firing mechanism.
The Model 1892 was a lever action bolt-action rifle, that is, it would allow several shots to be fired before reloading, ejecting the used cartridge and replacing it with a new bullet using a lever attached to the trigger guard; thus comes the term "bolt-action rifle."
It works by closing with a horizontal movement where the needle is aligned; the lower lever, when activated, unlocks the closure and then moves it back, revealing the lock, giving space for the lifting plate and securing the hammer from the rear. At the end of the backward movement, the closure makes the projectile move from the magazine to the lifting plate, and then the reciprocating movement of the lever forward causes the plate to rise, placing the projectile in front of the bolt where it is pushed through the closure. The last upward movement of the lever locks the slide back into the shooting position.
The design of this model was a return to its origins, using shorter revolver cartridges that produced less pressure. It also featured an action that was much more resistant than Henry's first rifles. Over 1,000,000 units were produced.
Model 1892 rifles are a compulsory element of the lever weapons in classic Westerns. John Wayne used these rifles in dozens of films depicting the period between 1830 and 1880.
Immerse yourself in the American western with a historic reproduction of this rifle made by DENIX, a much coveted weapon by historical reenactors and gun collectors!