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#5650528 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: reelman]
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Originally Posted By: reelman
Here are a few of mine that I happen to have pictures of on my computer


Transition .375 special order without a rear sight.

257 Super Grade

.22 Hornet, I just love the little round on this big action!

Transition 250/3000 Special order Super Grade Carbine.

30/06 target model FYI this one is for sale

A 358 that someone in the past bored out to 350 Rem Mag and did a lot of action work to get the round to work andthen put it in a nice looking stock. FYI this one is for sale

Ultra Grade Featherweight in .270

Random shot of a couple rifles including a couple M70's. The bottom one is a 300H&H, third from the bottom is not technically a M70 but an FN A3G which is a M70 action, and the second from the top is a New Haven Stainless Featherweight in 308 with a BOSS system on it. The 308 and 300 a 300 are my main hunting rifles.


You've got some damn fine taste my friend. I bet that fn a3g shoots lights out all day long. Very nice!!!
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#5650537 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Loggah]
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Mighty fine looking winchesters you guys have.
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#5650605 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: bsa1917hunter]
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Might as well play. Nothing special like some of the above. However, they're all solid shooters:

Classic Sporter .30-06 in McMillan Edge.





Started life as a FWT 7mm-08 and turned into a .308W with Bartlein barrel. Scary accurate.




pre64 FWT (57 or 58) .308W



Mod 70 Winlight .300WM that ended up with a #4Hart in .300WM.



Dad pre war .30-06 that was BTH, so I had it redone by a guy that knows how.

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#5650638 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: battue]
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Very nice collection Battue. I really like that pre 64 308 fwt in the mcswirly stock.
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I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style.


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#5650644 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: battue]
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Not Model 70s, but I'll throw them in.

Old nickle steel Mod 12 16ga that still works when asked.



Model 59 12ga. that a friend sold me. Way ahead of its time.




Grandads 94 .32WS.




Winchester superX model 1: Perhaps the best made auto until recently.



Finally one that is often overlooked and was just as good as the original. In fact parts were interchangeable with fitting.

Parker Reproduction by "Winchester"







Edited by battue (09/25/11)
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#5650645 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: bsa1917hunter]
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Originally Posted By: bsa1917hunter
Very nice collection Battue. I really like that pre 64 308 fwt in the mcswirly stock.


Thank you. I have the original stocks that went with them and it now wears a different hat. The new Leupold 3x.



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#5650758 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: battue]
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Is a home-made cobble job push feed in 7x57 permissable here????? blush

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#5651087 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: ingwe]
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Originally Posted By: ingwe
Is a home-made cobble job push feed in 7x57 permissable here????? blush



Oh, heck yes!! One of these days I'm going to get me one just to try it out. That way you guys don't accuse me of being too partial to the CRF rifles. blush Very nice rifle
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#5651161 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: ingwe]
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Originally Posted By: ingwe
Is a home-made cobble job push feed in 7x57 permissable here????? blush



That's a purdy one!!!!!!!!!!
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#5651721 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Longbeardking]
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Thanks gents...heres another one just for you LBK, as I know you love those whitetails... grin

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#5651779 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: ingwe]
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Pair of .300 Win. Mags



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#5651790 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Whitebird]
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Alaskan .338 Win. Mag.
Westerner .264 Win. Mag.



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#5651813 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Whitebird]
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Misc. M70's.


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#5651820 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Whitebird]
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Boxed set



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#5651832 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Whitebird]
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Pre-War .22 Hornet



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#5651844 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Whitebird]
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Custom stocked transition special order .300 HH sightless, stainless barrel.



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#5652285 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: ingwe]
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Originally Posted By: ingwe
Thanks gents...heres another one just for you LBK, as I know you love those whitetails... grin



I feel like an outcast. Most of my bucks are dinks compared to either of those. Shouldn't there bae a lever on the bottom of that rifle?? grin grin grin
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#5652442 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Longbeardking]
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The deer rifle with the lever on the bottom was a Model 64.... grin
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#5652720 - 09/25/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: ingwe]
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laugh smile grin
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#5653339 - 09/26/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Whitebird]
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Originally Posted By: Whitebird
Misc. M70's.



I was wondering when you'd start showing off your collection. Hey the redfield one piece mount and rings are working great on my fwt. Thanks again my friend.
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#5654039 - 09/26/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: ingwe]
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Originally Posted By: ingwe
Is a home-made cobble job push feed in 7x57 permissable here????? blush



Scrolling down looking at rifle porn and I see 7x57, without even looking I knew who it had to be...... and I'm impressed. That is one very nice rifle.


I think I should avoid this thread and this forum, all these winnies are making me jealous.
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#5656061 - 09/26/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: maarty]
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Beautiful rifles, all !!!

My pair of 70's don't add up to 1/2 of a collector's rifle. Only one I have a picture on the 'puter of is a Classic Stainless 7-STW. The other's a '84 or '85 XTR Sporter .300 Winnie.

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#5657167 - 09/27/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: Yoder409]
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Always shown but she can come in the Winchester forum too:

NH Safari Express, 375 HH

Complete set-up w/ scope, wood in oil fnish (I don't like varnish ... the european touch).



Iron sights adaptations





Low mount QD docter reflex sight for driven hunts






She successfully hunts and hunted: european wild boar, red does, roe deers (bucks, does and little yearlings too), foxes, feral cat, kudu, oryx, wildebeest, hartebeests, zebra and warthog. You can hunt anyhting you want with such a rifle.


Edited by grand_veneur (09/27/11)
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#5659433 - 09/28/11 Re: Let's see your winchester model 70 rifles [Re: grand_veneur]
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1948 Model 70 Transition .270 with Stith setup. http://photobucket.com/sqweeler i5

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