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L: 44.375 in, Barrel length: 25.375 in, H: 6.75 in
Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
Patterned after the early Winchester lever action repeaters carried by the frontiersmen who pioneered and settled the nation's western states, the Lone Star firearms commemorated two important dates in Texas history: the 125th anniversary of its annexation to the United States and the 100th anniversary of its readmittance into the Union, following the War between the States.
Sale of the Texas commemoratives, which were issued in limited edition, provided a royalty of $90,385 to Game Conservation International, popularly known as Game Coin, for use in conservation research and to provide more game for the sportsmen of Texas (Barnes: 1980).
[on left side of barrel:] WINCHESTER (registered trademark symbol) MODEL 94 30-30 WIN.; MADE IN NEW HAVEN, CONN. U.S.A. WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL; [on top of barrel:] (letter P over letter W) (encircled) (proof mark) [on right side of barrel:] LONE STAR COMMEMORATIVE [on bottom of receiver:] LS2X [on receiver upper tang:] UNDER SIX FLAGS [on right side of receiver:] (border of stars) [on left side of receiver 1845 (star symbol) 1970 [in border of stars) [on medallion in right side of butt stock:] (pictures of Travis, Crockett, Houstin, Austin & Bowie with names under pictures); LONE STAR; COMMEMORATIVE; R.B.
Re-accessioned JMH 5-3-93; gold plated receiver, forearm tip and butt plate