Manufacturing details of the Iver Johnson Wagon Master Rifle|
by Scott Crawford - July 26, 2021
- The Iver Johnson Wagon Master Repeating Rifle.
- Available from: 1985 to 1990
- Cartridges: .22 S/L/LR, .22 WMR
- Notes: Erma 7X & 71X-series; Ithaca Model 72; Iver Johnson WAGON MASTER; Henry H001-series all have their roots in a design by the late Louis Imperato, father of Henry Repeating Arms'.
Made (off and on) between 1985 and 1990 in .22 rimfire and .22 Magnum, the Iver Johnson Wagonmaster is basically the same gun that Henry is now producing.
It has an 18 1/2" barrel and the magazine holds 15 rounds. It had been marketed by Ithaca during the 1960's and was designated by them as the Model 72 Saddlegun. The rifle was a development of Erma in Germany.
|| .22 S/L/LR, .22 WMR<
||15 +1 Rounds
||Round Blued Steel
||Scope Mount Type
|Rate of Twist
||Varnished Hard Wood
||Length of Pull
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