This is a Pre-WW1 Model 94 in good working condition. Manufactured in 1896 according to Winchester. The finish is a bright silver/gray patina with some bluing still visible. The rifling is in good condition. It has a 26” full octagon barrel and full length magazine tube. Both barrel and magazine are free of dents and damage. All components, including the Lyman sights, are original. The screw heads are in good condition not damaged or stripped. The wood components have some minor dents but are not cracked or chipped, the wood reflects typical handling wear. The stock, made of walnut, is a straight stock with no checkering and has a traditional crescent butt plate. By NRA Condition Standards this rifle would be considered in Fair to Good condition (10%-20% original finish), the rifle has never been altered and all parts are original. The Cody Firearms Museum authentication letter, Winchester letter of manufacturer and a Boyt soft rifle case are included in the price.