In the book "Willie Boy, a Desert Manhunt" there are many pictures of the 1909 Mojave Desert posse that trailed him and it looks like every one of them is carrying an 1894 Winchester, mostly carbines. Here's just a couple of the pictures in it. Willie Boy stole a freind's 94 .30-30 carbine and unfortunately proved himself to be an excellent long range shot with it. Pictured is the casing from his last cartridge where he shot himself. He's laying by his carbine. It's interesting how just about every picture of a Texas Ranger in this period shows them with '95 carbines, but this California posse favored 94s. Some of the posse were not lawmen but ranchers, but even the Sheriff and his deputy has a 94. A gun I'd be content with. Willie Boy was not the over glamorized guy portrayed in that ridiculous Robert Redford movie.