Lever-Action Rifles

Lever action rifles:

These rifles date back to the 19th century and are often seen in Western films. A pull of a lever attached to the rifle loads a fresh bullet, the user pulls the trigger, and another pull of the lever ejects the empty cartridge and loads a fresh one. The position of the lever makes it much faster to fire than a bolt action rifle. Modern examples include the Winchester 94 and Marlin 336.

Lever-Action Rifles

Lever action rifles:

These rifles date back to the 19th century and are often seen in Western films. A pull of a lever attached to the rifle loads a fresh bullet, the user pulls the trigger, and another pull of the lever ejects the empty cartridge and loads a fresh one. The position of the lever makes it much faster to fire than a bolt action rifle. Modern examples include the Winchester 94 and Marlin 336.

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