When Winchester/USRAC disappeared several years ago, so too did several iconic firearms such as the Model 70 and the Model 94. Consumer demand for renewed production has led Browning/FN to produce the Model 70 at FN’s manufacturing plant in South Carolina, and now the Model 94 at Miroku in Japan. In addition, the same plant is now producing a takedown 1892 Winchester.
I had a chance to examine both of these models at IWA, and the quality of manufacturing was far higher than my late-90s vintage Model 94 in 30-30 (with a corresponding price increase). The action of the 92 in particular was especially slick, to a degree one might not even expect from this well-regarded design. I explain more features in the video.
The rifle has an MSRP of $1,549. Winchester’s website lists only the .357 Mag version, but there was a .44 Mag takedown on display at IWA.