This is a pre 1964 Model 94. In 1964, Winchester redesigned the action for cheaper manufacture and to restore a reasonable profit margin, substituting stamped sheet metal and roll pins for parts previously machined from forged steel. The steel buttplate became plastic and a less durable metal finish was substituted for the traditional bluing. The new guns still worked and shot just fine despite their aesthetic flaws and examples manufactured prior to the 1964 changes became instant classics. This Model 94 is in 70% overall condition. It was manufactured in 1907. It has the saddle ring base, but not the saddle ring itself, the stock is rough and there is a crack in the forearm wood. The original rear sight has been replaced with a Marbles buckhorn rear sight. The front sight looks like it's been replaced also.