Let's see your Winchester model 70's

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  1. orygun

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    I really liked it, but have focused on just a few firearms that I actually use.
    Nah, he passed it along to someone else. I have no idea where it went. Oh, well.
     
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    This ones a push feed 70 in .338 WM, wearing a leupold vx-2 3x9. image.jpg
     
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    Model 70 .270WSM Extreme Weather.

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    Model 70 .270

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    Nice critters Joey, I do believe we've met before on a pack out or two, you were the one carrying most of the elk you and your friends were packing in 2015?
    Does a gate by a certain state park ring a bell?
    Shhhhh.:rolleyes:
     
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    Quite possibly me. I've been known to pack a few out and am quite often behind gates.
     
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    Scored a beautiful model 70 from my neighbor today in .338 win mag. Very excited to shoot, will post pictures soon.
     
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    More details man. Blued/wood, stainless/synthetic, classic, push feed, pre 64???
     
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    So mines a newbie (2007-8)...blued/synthetic, .30-06...shot about 3-450 rds... cases are sticking in barrel.....not everytime but 6 out of 10....i dont think extractor b/c no scratches on rim or casings (no damage at all once i pop it our after being shot with a cleaning rod).....so....what to try next?
     
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    Make sure you DON'T have oil in your chamber. Swab it out so it's dry as a bone. Oil in the chamber can cause a hydraulic lock and make cases stick...
     
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    Have you tried cleaning the chamber ?
     
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    1957 feather weight 30-06 model 70 with Weaver K 2.5
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    Blued, kinda reddish wood stock, push feed, post 64. Matches my model 670A, just better looking.
     
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    Go to Winchester dates of manufacture on the interweb
     
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