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overall length: 44.5 in, Barrel length: 26 in, H: 7 in
Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
This Model 1894, Centennial 66 commemorative rifle features profuse engraving by master engraver Nick Kusmit. Serial Number 1 of the centennial series, it was made up for presentation to President Lyndon B. Johnson. It features the seal of the president of the United States on the right side of the receiver. The left side of the receiver bears a stagecoach scene based on a painting by Norman Rockwell. The receiver, buttplate and forearm cap are gold plated.
(bottom of receiver, forward: 1; (T barrel, forward of breech, R side, in script:) A Century of Leadership, 1866-1966
Made for presentation to Lyndon B. Johnson, 1966. Centennial 1966. No written record
Winchester Model 1894
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.