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Winchester Model 94 30-30
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I bring you my 1:1 scale replica of the famous hunting rifle!
About this creation
When building this gun, I focused on getting the right balance between realistic appearance and realistic function. After hours of thnking, building, disassembling, and more thinking, I managed to create a realistic lever action. The lever moves in a very similar way to the real firearm, and as it does it cocks the hammer and opens the breach. After returning the lever back to its original position, the trigger can be pulled to release to hammer foward. Just like my AK-47, the wood funiture consists of red, dark red, and brown bricks.













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  September 22, 2014
I know. i'm kidding dude. I just like looking at your creations.
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  September 13, 2014
Quoting --->caleb S<--- I'll give you $20 for your improved 1911 if it's still around. if not, $50 dollars if you rebuild it. sound good?
It would probably cost more than $20 to buy the parts to make it, but I'm not interested in selling any of my guns at the time anyway. Thanks for the offer though.
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  September 13, 2014
I'll give you $20 for your improved 1911 if it's still around. if not, $50 dollars if you rebuild it. sound good?
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  July 22, 2014
I visit this creation everyday because i can't get enough of it! it's soooo real!
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  July 21, 2014
This gun is easily my favorite gun by you because winchester is my favorite rifle-making company ever, And because of the realism. Therefore, I like it!
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  July 15, 2014
Love the lever action. 30-30 is a very powerful round. Great model.
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  June 5, 2014
Simply amazing. A great MOC of a great gun.
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  January 19, 2014
Quoting Small Firearms Are you really 14 years old? Because this is too great when I think about the stuff I made when I was 14. Haha
I am, thank you!
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  January 19, 2014
Are you really 14 years old? Because this is too great when I think about the stuff I made when I was 14. Haha
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  October 13, 2013
whats next? by the way, could you check out my m4? just uploaded it
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  October 13, 2013
*Jaw drops*
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  September 17, 2013
Oh lowd no!
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  September 15, 2013
my god i love how smooth this looks, the scale is perfect, and i bet it feels great to hold! i love how skinny you were able to make it!
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  September 15, 2013
i want to see a new light machine gun from you! i don't really have any preference to what it is, but i think you would do a great job!
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  September 15, 2013
Thanks everyone!
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  September 15, 2013
That's really awesome! Great job!
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  September 15, 2013
WOW, WOW, and WOW. That is really cool
Chris K
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Dr. Monster
  September 14, 2013
Great looking gun!
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  September 14, 2013
Beautiful work! I like how you made the lever. I love the action and the stock. Excellent
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  September 14, 2013
Fantastic job! I'd buy it!
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  September 14, 2013
Quoting Tommy S. Looks great and my dad owns a 30-30 Winchester leveraction. The only thing missing is the part that disconnects the firing pin from the hammer(it slides downwards then the bolt retracts) heres a pic of what I mean(the shiny part is what I'm referring to) http://www.realguns.com/images/tangmountedsafetyhm.jpg
My dad owns one too, and that basically inspired me to build it. Unfortunately there was not enough space inside the receiver to integrate that part. (Pretty much all the space was either taken up by the lever action mechanism or the parts connecting the stock to the gun.) But thanks!
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  September 14, 2013
Looks great and my dad owns a 30-30 Winchester leveraction. The only thing missing is the part that disconnects the firing pin from the hammer(it slides downwards then the bolt retracts) heres a pic of what I mean(the shiny part is what I'm referring to) http://www.realguns.com/images/tangmountedsafetyhm.jpg
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  September 14, 2013
Quoting Deus "Big D." Otiosus Blogged by TFOL World! http://tfolworld.webs.com/apps/blog/show/32995319-boys-and-their-toys-
Thanks, I really appreciate that you took the time to do that! And yes, I am a boy.
  September 14, 2013
Great job. Keep up the good work.
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  September 14, 2013
Looks very realistic. Nice work.
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  September 14, 2013
Great model, Chris! The shaping is excellent, and I like how you did the lever-action. ~Cole
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  September 14, 2013
SWEET! the lever is beast!
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  September 14, 2013
Quoting veLOLcerapter . This is really cool! I'm glad to see another creation from you but i presume it'll be your last for a while because of school right? Great work
I probably won't build anything for a while because of school, and because I don't want to take this apart just yet.
 I like it 
  September 14, 2013
This is really cool! I'm glad to see another creation from you but i presume it'll be your last for a while because of school right? Great work
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  September 14, 2013
wowowowowowowowow!this a amazing gun! your best gun ever! i love all the detail on it, its just so realistic! i hope you're gonna keep this gun for a while!
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  September 14, 2013
Very nice! I've never seen someone build anything like this.
 
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