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Legends Cowboy Lever Action

Available in .177, Authentic feel and look!
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Designed by John Browning in 1894, the Winchester Model 1894 (aka the Winchester 94) quickly became the most popular hunting rifle on the market. The Umarex Legends Cowboy Lever action CO2 rifle is an almost near perfect replica of John Brownings original design, expect for the fact that is utilizes CO2 and BB's, vice black powdered .32-40 / .38-55 Winchester cartridges. The Cowboy Lever-Action features a realistic loading ability with 10 BB cartridges inserted into its under barrel tube magazine and powered by two 12-gram CO2 cartridges behind the hardwood stock's removable butt plate. With every cock of the lever each shell ejects, just like the real thing!

Umarex Legends Cowboy Lever Action Rifle Features

  • CO2 
  • Eject-able cartridges
  • Realistic lever action
  • Full metal frame
  • Includes 10 BB cartridges
  • Fixed front sight
  • Adjustable rear sight
  • Faux-wood polymer stock
  • Compatible with Umarex Peacemaker BB cartridges
  • Powered by two 12 g CO2 Capsules housed in the stock
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Specs
  • ManufacturerUmarex
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity600 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionLever-action
  • Barrel StyleSmooth bore
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight5.96
  • Overall Length38.00
  • Barrel Length19.25
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • Safety0
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking & target practice
  • Warranty90-day limited warranty
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Reviews
Average Customer Review
4.6
4.522 Reviews
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2.0
By Ralph EstesNovember 8, 2020

Great gun when working

Pros
WORKS GREAT When working my seal for c/o cannister went bad so it leaks right out when installed, cant find any help with that. Can anyone help PLEASE

Cons
Better C/O seals

3.0
By DonaldUSAOctober 21, 2020

encourage them to start making stocks out of wood

Pros
beautiful gun but cheap

Cons
won't buy because it does not have a wooden stock

5.0
By DennisMay 13, 2020 Verified Purchase

Make sure you order extra shells. I made the mistake of thinking after I ordered to add shells and pell oil so I wouldn't have to pay extra shipping. I couldn't get through to add them by phone or email.

Pros
Very cool looking. The plastic looks like real wood. The rest is metal. Haven't fired it yet. Can't wait. I'm going to age it when the warranty is over.

Cons
It's a little sticky when I cock it. Just a bit hard to put shells in.

5.0
By DavidMarch 8, 2020 Verified Purchase

Pros
Very realistic. Good weight. Shipping was very quick. The price of the gun was exceptional compared to Canada and the velocity ( 600 ft/ sec) is wonderful.

Cons
Nothing yet

5.0
By BradUSAFebruary 9, 2020 Verified Purchase

I like the lever action. It is just like the real rifle. Shells fly out to take the next shot. Very accurate. Good rifle weight.

5.0
By KeithUSAJanuary 1, 2020 Verified Purchase

Very authentic to the Winchester 3030. Beautiful wood stock and forearm very well made.

5.0
By DannyDecember 28, 2019

I have the Walther loved it but this rifle takes the cake. Realistic,accurate,just a whole lot of fun.

Pros
Excellent

Cons
None

5.0
By EddieUSAOctober 27, 2019

I owned an original model 94 Winchester years ago. I loved shooting it, but found it hard to find places to shoot. Since I have started doing target practice with air guns I wanted this one when I found it was available. I like the old western style firearms and being able to purchase air guns that are made like those is something I really like.This rifle is on display on my wall and I love shooting it. It is listed as BB but will shoot pellets. It is more accurate when you do use pellets.

Pros
Like original All metal except for stock Looks great

Cons
Uses two Co2 cartridges.

5.0
By Susan ElaineUSASeptember 20, 2019 Verified Purchase

I couldn't resist buying the Legends Cowboy rifle because of the ejecting shells. I already own the Walther lever action, and love it for it's accuracy, high quality and authentic looks. I began shooting the Legends with BBs, and on day one, considered returning it. I then switched to pellets and now you would have to pry it out my hands. I can easily hit a 4 inch metal disk at 75 feet every time (especially with fresh C02). Which is most accurate? At first I thought the Walther was. The more I shoot the Legends, the more accurate I get with it. Now I'm not sure. Bottom line, the Walther was twice as expensive. It does have a wood stock, which I love. The Legends stock is extremely realistic, and almost prettier to look at. The ejecting shells is much more fun than the rotary disk. Obviously, the 12 gram C02's run dry pretty fast compared to the 88 gram Walther. I do like having the extra power in the Walther. Overall, I think the Legends is a little cheaper to shoot. If wood vs. plastic, the price difference in C02 cylinders, or realistic loading doesn't matter...it may come down to price. There's not a bad choice here. They are both tons of fun. Just use pellets for either gun, and you won't be disappointed.

Pros
Legends- Fun to load. Can use shells from my pistols. Looks great and very authentic. Very accurate. Cheaper to buy. Walther- Real wood. Looks great and very authentic. Very accurate.

Cons
Legends- Plastic stock (but looks real). Goes through small C02s fairly quickly. Walther- Disk loader not as fun but convenient. Costs $6 per C02 cylinder (but lasts a long time).

5.0
By RalphGuamAugust 31, 2019 Verified Purchase

A very well made rifle

Pros
A pros

Cons
No cons

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Are they plastic bbs or metal bbs because I’ve seen reviews were people use airsoft

asked Luis from USA

The gun was designed for .177 steel BB's. There are .177 cal plastic BB's available.

Mark from USA

How many bb's fit in each cartridge, and are all the bb's in any given cartridge simultaneously fired analogous to a shotgun? Or can only a single bb be loaded into a cartridge? Also, can pellets, instead of bb's be used? If so, what caliber/which ones, and same question regarding numbers fitting in each cartridge along with numbers being fired from any given cartridge. If pellets work, too, has anyone compared with bb's? Thanks!!

asked Chad from USA

The shells are single load. You can shoot pellets from the shells. Use light waddcutters 7 gr.

Mark from USA

can you shoot .177 pellets? Saw a youtube video on this. But not sure if it is advisable.

asked Charles (Mike) from USA

yes very well

anthony from USA

Where can I purchase additional cartridges for the Umarex Lengendary Rifle air gun?

asked Tracy Alderman

umarex

anthony from USA

Does this rifle have a hardwood or plastic stock? The description says hardwood, features say polymer.

asked Jim Sansone

plastic you can buy real wood check google

anthony from USA

Do you load all 19 cartilages at a time. For 10 quick lever pumped shots?

asked mike krauss

I am very interested in this gun. I love the old west and like the idea of the cartridge. My question is can you also use pellets as opposed to bb's since there the same cabinet??

asked David Cramer

yes

anthony from USA

Can you store the rifle for days with active CO2?

asked Steve from USA
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