Winchester 94 reassembly – Build an iconic rifle

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Winchester 94 reassembly – Build an iconic rifle

 

Our Winchester 94 reassembly video will show you how to assemble the “New Model” of the Winchester model 94 from to its individual components. We do not install the barrel in our video as that is a function of a qualified gunsmith. 

This video features a Winchester 94 in 30-30. However, this process will also work for the calibers as well. Even though, this video features the “New Model”, the concepts can translate over to a pre-64 or post new model rifle. Things may just look different. Or instance, the link screw on this rifle will be a pin held in with a screw on the bottom of the link on a pre-64 rifle. 

There are a lot of screws in this rifle, we recommend a quality gunsmithing screwdriver set. Visit our article titled Gunsmith screwdriver vs regular screwdriver – there is a difference to learn more about gunsmithing screwdrivers. 

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Winchester 94 reassembly – Learn More 

If you interested in learning more about the Winchester 94 rifle, visit our Winchester 94 disassembly video.

While you are at our site, why not learn more about the tools that we used on the Winchester 94 videos visit our article titled Winchester 94 – Tools used in our Videos and visit our troubleshooting guides at https://trb.fyi/troubleshooting/ while you are on our site.

 

 

Video Index:

Installing the carrier spring, cartridge guide and spring cover – 0:47

Installing the lower tang – 3:18

Reassembling the finger lever – 6:26

Reassembling the locking bolt – 6:21

Reassembling the breechbolt – 9:32

Installing the breechbolt and locking block – 12:16

Installing the lower tang and hammer – 12:54

Installing the carrier – 14:00

Installing the finger lever – 14:43

Installing the stock – 18:01

Installing the magazine tube – 18:55

 

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Jason Schaller

Jason is a gun enthusiast and has been shooting since he was 10 years old. Jason is the founder of The Rogue Banshee and is an Information Security Expert in his professional career as well as being the owner of Eagle Eye Shooters Supply (a Type 1 FFL holder) in his spare time.

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