The Winchester Model 1894 is a level-actor repeating rifle. It was used by both the United States and France during the many Indian Wars, World War I and World War II.
It is also a sporting rifle, used mostly to take down deers and can hold its own against a black bear.
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Name: Winchester Rifle
Origin: Real Life
Age: 143 as of this year
Classification: Lever Action Repeating Rifle
Wielders: Outlaws, Sheriff's and Deputy's, Native Americans, etc. during the second half of the 19th century.
Attack Potency: Street level (Firepower of it's .44.40 Winchester is about 933 Joules)
Speed: Supersonic (Bullets fired from this gun can go at 379 m/s)
Range: Effective range is about 91 meters