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I  have a winchester model 94ae cal 30-30 and I would like to find a manual so I can turn the safty so it will let the hammer hit the firing pin thank you Bubba

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For your own safety and that of others, please consider taking this firearm to a qualified gunsmith or gun shop and ask for a demonstration of the safety function by someone who is familiar with this model. Also, it is wise to take a hunter safety or firearm safety course probably provided through such a shop. A manual for that model may be available at the following url, but again I caution you very strongly to learn an adaquate amount of basic knowledge to assure having a safe and rewarding shooting experience.
http://www.stevespages.com/page7b.htm
Sorry I could not find the manual here myself with the information you provided above. Good Luck!

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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    John Ballou Dec 09, 2008

    The file labeled Winchester 94 Side Ejection describes how to turn off the safety and prepare the rifle to fire. That may be the same instructions for your model. There are also some other models, but the descriptions are not exactly clear in light of your info, so maybe you will be able to determine which model fits the manuals listed. Good Luck, and please remember to rate me. Thank You!

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