In my opinion, the 1895 Winchester is one of the most interesting rifles ever made. It is the last and strongest lever-action design of John Browning, and the 7.62x54R Russian variant (of which there were roughly 300,000 made) was especially interesting, in that it could be loaded from the same stripper clips as the ubiquitous Mosin-Nagant.

Please forgive the labored breathing that permeates the video; Darth Vader was apparently the only available cameraman.