For Lever Action Rifles
Love shooting that lever action rifle? Need some relief for the backs of those fingers?
Get the help you need from our Lever Wraps made by GAW Leatherworks. Enjoy some personal satisfaction by hand lacing a Lever Wrap on your trusted rifle.
Not only does it feel good but it looks good as well, providing a period appropriate compliment of Western Cowboy Leather to your rifle.
NOTE: For BIG-LOOP Marlin® rifles select the Standard Loop option below. None will fit the Browning BLR and may not fit Miroku manufactured rifles.
Q: HOW DOES IT ATTACH?
A: It is simply laced on. Complete installation instructions supplied.
Q: WHAT IF I MESS IT UP?
A: No worries. We supply and extra/practice length of sinew just in case.
Q: WHAT’S INCLUDED?
A: Everything you will need. The Lever Wrap itself, two lacing needles, and two lengths of artificial sinew.
Q: WHAT SHADES OF LEATHER ARE OFFERED?
A: We offer either Chocolate Brown or the lighter Saddle Tan and we use only top quality 5/6 ounce veg-tan leather hides.
Q: WHAT TYPE SINEW IS SUPPLIED?
A: We supply a 100% polyester artificial waxed sinew. This product gives an authentic look while providing exceptional strength and long term durability.
Q: HOW IS THIS PRODUCT PRODUCED?
A: This product may vary slightly from the images shown, minor blemishes can be expected. As with all of our leather products, hide thickness, shade, and lacing color may vary. Please see pictures for cosmetic differences.
Q: WHAT WILL THESE FIT?
A: We have made every reasonable effort to ensure fitment with most Standard Loop Levers. However, it is impossible for us to allow for all manufacturing variation.
Q: HOW WILL IT FIT?
A: That’s really up to you. Some people prefer a super tight “baseball stitch” while others not so much. Lace any pattern you desire. But be aware, it is common for proper fitment to require manipulation and multiple attempts.
Q: HOW ABOUT PRODUCT AVAILABILITY?
A: These are generally readily available. Occasionally, lead times can be extended subject to leather availability and other factors.
See the “COMMON QUESTIONS” tab above for detailed information.