This was the first bolt-action repeating rifle that used smokeless powder to be adopted by the U.S. government as a service rifle. Adopted as Model 1892, it was similar to the Denmark military rifle, which had been designed by Norwegians Ole Krag and Erik Jorgensen. Most unique part of this design was the side-mounted hinged magazine. With the exception of Model 1898 Practice Rifle, which was chambered for .22 rimfire — all Krag rifles were chambered for .30-40 Government cartridge. From 1892 to 1899, more than a dozen variations were made. Over the years many have been altered or "customized". Values shown here are for unmodified, original rifles. For more on Krag-Jorgensen, see the latest edition of Standard Catalog of Military Firearms, available at GunDigestStore.com.
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