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Old 11-23-2010, 10:00 AM
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Lightbulb Winchester model 1894

Hi everyone,
I found a cool western gun to accompany the 1860 Remington just added to the download section - a Winchester Model 1894. I think that someone should design this rifle (I would do it myself but I have no idea how to design). My new Remington needs a partner!


Model 1894 Custom Grade, Lever Action Rifle -- Winchester Repeating Arms -- Product Model
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I second the motion. One of those would look great hanging on the wall next to my real one.
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Old 11-23-2010, 11:23 AM
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I second the motion. One of those would look great hanging on the wall next to my real one.
Too right..... and i bet you sleep soundly of a night time
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Old 11-23-2010, 11:53 AM
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I really need to learn how to design models for myself. I want to make as many of the guns from that era as possible. I imagine it wouldn't be too hard to make one of those....
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Too right..... and i bet you sleep soundly of a night time
Living in an area where the question is not whether a house may have a gun in it, but how many and how big, plus living in a state with a castle doctrine, we all sleep pretty soundly around here. This may be one of the few areas of the country where we only lock the house if we're planning on being gone for more than an hour or two. And, interestingly enough, blood is not flowing in the streets.
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Old 11-23-2010, 12:33 PM
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Living in an area where the question is not whether a house may have a gun in it, but how many and how big, plus living in a state with a castle doctrine, we all sleep pretty soundly around here. This may be one of the few areas of the country where we only lock the house if we're planning on being gone for more than an hour or two. And, interestingly enough, blood is not flowing in the streets.
I think that the reason there is as much violence in the country as there is is because it is getting harder and harder to obtain weapons (due to licensing, at least here in Massachusetts). They try to tell you that guns cause violence but its a two way street - they can also stop violence. Getting rid of guns will only make people who shouldn't have them want them even more. So anyway, I fully support the right of owning a gun. A little bit off the conversation, just wanted to voice that.
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i would like the model 1873 more than the model 1894 the model 1873 is known as the gun that won the west what is the model 1894 known for
i would also like to see more revolvers, pistols, and rifles models from between the years 1860 -1911 in 1:1 scale
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Yeah, my idea was basically any western repeater from the 1800's, I just sort of pulled the 1894 model of a hat.
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i would like the model 1873 more than the model 1894 the model 1873 is known as the gun that won the west what is the model 1894 known for
i would also like to see more revolvers, pistols, and rifles models from between the years 1860 -1911 in 1:1 scale
I agree it be a nice thing to have having on the wall even in Ireland, where gun ownership is not something the Gardai would take kindly to.
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Old 11-23-2010, 03:50 PM
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If no one will do this, I guess I'll just have to do it myself (crash course on paper model designing). :( The only problem is I don't have the ink to print out a million trial copies, so I don't know what I'll do there...
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