The classic design and dependability of the Winchester Model 1894 have made it one of the most famous firearms ever produced. The complex but reliable receiver mechanism was designed to permit the cycling of longer cartridges than previous Winchester rifles could permit. When the lever is pulled down, it brings the bottom of the receiver with it, opening up more space and allowing a longer cartridge to feed without making the receiver longer. Made from 1984 to 1997, the Model 94 Angle Eject is a 20" barreled carbine with a receiver that's milled away to throw spent cases out at enough of an angle to the right to clear a centrally mounted scope. This rifle features a fixed blade front sight, an elevation-adjustable rear sight, and a cross-bolt safety. Its wood and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.