WINCHESTER® 94 Mini-Scout-Mount

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Winchester® 94 Mini-Scout-Mount ™
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Winchester® 94 Carbine | Remington 700 | Remington 742-7600 |
Get on 'em FAST with a Mini-Scout-Mount ™
Made in the USA

 

 

Details and Specifications

The Model 94 Winchester lever action carbine was the first truly modern scout rifle.  It is a light weight, easy to handle, compact repeater that fires a modern cartridge with respectable range and power.  It quickly became a favorite of outdoorsman of all walks of life and occupation, and remains one of the most popular firearm designs ever produced and remains in production.  Optical sights were still in their infancy when the legendary Model 1894 made its debut, and the rifle’s design reflects the dependence on iron sights of the day that were the norm. 

The same characteristics that made the Model 94 a legend is contributing to the growing popularity in the current generation of scout rifles and is evident in the numbers of makes and models available in the market place.  Lightweight semi-auto and bolt-action carbines are available in a wide variety of popular and efficient calibers, making the newer scout rifles powerful and effective.  With the current plethora of modern sight systems having electronics, variable powers, and every imaginable combination thereof, scout rifles can be equipped with the latest technology to maximize their potential in the field. 

The only thing that keeps the old Model 94 from being as effective in the field as these rifles of newer design is the inability to mount a modern sight system on a 94 without major expense and gunsmithing modifications.  Well that has now changed…..

Introducing the Mini-Scout-Mount-94!  This lightweight, bolt-on scope mount serves as the interface between the trusted and reliable Model 94 and state of the art modern sight systems.  NO PERMANENT MODIFICATIONS to the rifle or special tools are required to install this mount!  Positioning the mount and sight system in front of the receiver maintains the balance point for fast handling and leaves the ejection port clear for ease of operation.  Now you can use scout or pistol scopes, red-dot sights, or one of the many variations of tactical sights available.  You can also mount accessories like flashlights or lasers using the Tactical Light Mount Kit and a sling with the Quick Detachable Sling Mount Kit

With the addition of a modern sight system and other accessories, the venerable Model 94 leaves nothing to be desired as a state of the art scout rifle.  In addition, your Grandpa might really get a kick out of taking his all-time favorite deer rifle back into the woods again.  With the  Mini-Scout-Mount-94 and a good scope he can enjoy hunting season again with his trusted Model 94 !

 

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Installation GuideView full PDF version with photos

STEP #1 BE POSITIVE THAT YOUR SHOTGUN IS NOT LOADED

  • Treat ALL guns as if they are LOADED.
  • NEVER let the muzzle point at anything you are not willing destroy.
  • Keep your finger OFF the trigger.
  • PULL the lever handle all the way down and CHECK the chamber.
  • Work the lever handle several times and check the chamber AGAIN.
STEP #2 REMOVE THE SIGHTS & BARREL CLAMPS

  • Place the rifle on its side on a flat and sturdy table or bench surface. Use a towel or pad to protect the stock from scratching. 
  • Position a small brass or plastic punch against the side of the front sight.  Use a small hammer to tap the punch and push the sight from the dovetail notch in the barrel (or the front sight ramp if so equipped).
  • Position the small brass or plastic punch against the side of the rear sight base.  Use a small hammer to tap the punch and push the sight from the dovetail notch in the barrel
  • Remove the cross-screws from the front barrel band and the forend band (or forend endcap).
  • NOTE the alignment of the magazine tube plug screw and remove it.  
  • NOTE that the plug and magazine spring as they are under pressure, so take care to catch them when removing them.
  • Slide the magazine tube out to the front of the rifle, taking care not to lose the follower in the tube.
  • Remove the barrel band from the barrel toward the front.  If the rifle has a front sight ramp, rotate the band 180 degrees and then slide it off over the ramp.
  • Remove the forend barrel band (or endcap) toward the front.
STEP #3 MOUNT INSTALLATION
  • Insert the 8-32 Cap head screw through the flange of the Barrel Clamp and start it into the threaded side of the flange.  DO NOT snug this screw down yet!
  • Slide the new Barrel Clamp over the rifle barrel and onto the stock forend to the position where the original band (or endcap) had been. 
  • Slide the Dovetail Nut into the dovetail notch in the barrel where the rear sight had been.  Tap it lightly with the small hammer if necessary to seat it in position.
  • Set the Mount Body on top of the barrel so that it fits over the Barrel Clamp and the Dovetail Nut.
  • Insert the 8-32x1/2 flat-head socket screw (the longer one) through the rear hole in the top of the Mount Body and just start it into the threads of the Dovetail Nut. DO NOT TIGHTEN!
  • Insert the 8-32x3/8 flat-head socket screw (the shorter one) through the front hole in the top of the Mount Body and snug it down into the threaded hole in the top of the Barrel Clamp using the 3/32 hex wrench provided.
  • Align the rear of the Mount Body  with the sides of the receiver so it is centered.  Now snug down the screw holding the Mount Body and the Dovetail Nut together.  
  • Now snug down the Cap Head screw pulling the flanges of the Barrel Clamp together.
STEP #4 REASSEMBLY
  • Replace the front barrel band.
  • Replace the magazine tube, then the barrel band screw.  NOTE that this screw must fit into a shallow notch in the magazine tube in order to fit together.  Rotate and align the tube and barrel band screw so they fit easily together.  Do not force the screw into place!
  • Replace the follower, magazine spring and magazine cap.  NOTE the cap will be under pressure from the magazine spring.  Align the cap and replace the cap screw.
  • Replace the front sight using the punch and small hammer.

Suggested Accessories for the Winchester® 94

When combined with our Tactical Light Mount Kit install a flashlight for home defense or patrol duty. With all of the features of the proven Mini-Scout-Mount ™ design, you can take a flexible and reliable 870 to a whole new level of performance.

It is your BEST solution for attaching a flashlight or laser sight to your Mini. Add a pistol scope or red-dot sight and you have one of the fastest handling scout carbines ever assembled!

 

Tactical Light Mount Kits

 

 

 

Winchester 94 Mount Specific FAQ's

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A: About 5 minutes.

A: NO…but it will get warm.

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A: Scout or pistol scope styles will work best. We recommend a pistol scope. They are more compact and have longer eye relief, which allows better peripheral vision.

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A: The 870 mount weighs 7.5 ounces, and 11.095 inches long.

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