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WINCHESTER M70 CLASSIC FEATHERWEIGHT .30-06: SOLD!!

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Spitpatch, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Spitpatch

    Spitpatch Forest Grove, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    This, according to a M70 collector is the last of the best. Winchester M70 Classic Featherweight in .30-06 Springfield. Near-new in every respect. Leupold VXII 3x-9x on Leupold STD rings and mounts, mounted correctly and with care. Butler soft-sling in Mossy Oak, and the Uncle Mike's detachable swivels.

    Controlled-feed action, schnabel forearm, red Winchester pad. Bought new three years ago, hunted with one season. Possibly two boxes of shells through this gun. Has the original-style M70 trigger. These guns rival or better the quality of a Pre-1964, and shoot better.

    For the man that wants a .30-06, capable of downing all North American species, this is probably the prettiest Winchester bolt gun ever made; maybe the prettiest factory bolt gun of any brand ever made.

    It is ready to go to the field. Nothing else to buy: $750. Without scope: $550. (No, I will not sell the scope separately for $200.)
     
  2. Bill

    Bill Carlton Member

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    PM sent on trade offer
     
  3. orygun

    orygun West Linn Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Are you interested in any trades, or partial trades?
     
  4. Spitpatch

    Spitpatch Forest Grove, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    To be honest, I'd much rather have cash. A quality (Browning or Winchester) over-under 20ga might change my mind. Another interest would be a Kimber 45. Other than that, my interests tend toward the older stuff (Colt's, Winchesters, Marlins, etc...collectable).

    Thank you for your interest. I think these "last of the old style" Model 70's will actually become collectables in their own right relatively soon, if not already.
     
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