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Dear Fellow Shooters:
I have searched the country far and wide for the following rifle: Winchester model 94 Trails End in .44-40, and haven't seen a one on the shelf, in a collection, etc. Did Winchester ever actually make the rifle? If so, how many were made, and why are they s-o-o-o-o-o scarce to locate? What are they selling for if and when they can be found? Any information will be appreciated.

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Timberwolf
 

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Sorry Timberwolf - no Trails End model in 44/40

"This problem has now been addressed by Winchester with the appropriately named Trails End version designed specifically for cowboy shooters. Carrying 11 rounds, the Trails End is available in .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, and .45 Colt. All versions weigh in at 6 1/2 pounds and are offered with the standard lever or the large loop lever made popular by John Wayne first in the movie "Stagecoach" in 1939, and then carried on in most of his movies as well as being featured in the TV Series "The Rifleman" with Chuck Connors."

Read all about they at http://www.sixguns.com/range/Win94te.htm

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