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Winchester model 1892 rifle
It has a walnut stock and all the furniture is steel. The tubular magazine is in the fore-end. An underlever lock, operated to cock on opening and supply round from magazine. The barrel is rifled. The calibre is 44/40 in. The serial number is 781429. '44WCF' (Winchester centrefire) is stamped on the rifle. The Winchester Model 1892 replaced the 1873 Model. Between 1903 and 1913, 533,793 rifles were produced. They ceased production in 1932. The Model 1892 was used by the Royal Navy in minesweepers during the First World War.
Winchester's Repeating Arms
- Image reference: E8740
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London