Winchester Model 1895

Designed by John M. Browning, the Model 95 was the first successful box-magazine levergun to be produced.  Due to the magazine the rifle has a distinctive profile unlike any previous Winchester levergun. The sound when working the action has been described by some as not unlike the "uncoupling of a boxcar".

Chamberings were for new high-powered smokeless ammunition.  The rifle became popular with many for hunting most any big game animals in the world.  President Teddy Roosevelt was fond of the rifle in .405 WCF.

Produced in calibers: .30-03, .30-06, .30-40 Krag, .303 British, .35 WCF, .38-72, .40-72, .405 WCF and 7.62 Russian.