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Added another member to my Model 94 accumulation last nite. Found the rifle on the net and got it shipped home.

It's a 99% Model '94 AE carbine in 7-30 Waters with the original box. Nearly all Model 94 Waters were either non-checkered, plain walnut 20"carbines or 24" rifles with the upgraded walnut and checkering. I've only ever seen one or two other Waters carbines with the up-graded, checkered walnut. I've never seen one with wood this nice. I had to have it.



 

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I have to admit this rifle would be a must have. The wood is probably better than on some of the early 356 Winchesters and they had good wood.
 

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I have to admit this rifle would be a must have. The wood is probably better than on some of the early 356 Winchesters and they had good wood.
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The photos actually do not do the wood justice. In good lighting it is way nicer than what the pics show.

I could not pass on it.
 

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Great looking furniture! For me, the only way it could be better is if it were not an AE. Of course, I've never seen a 94 in 7-30 Waters, or I would own it, AE or not! Congratulations on your find!
 
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