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#13868330 - 06/02/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: 79S]  
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Originally Posted by 79S
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Here is a late entry into the SN game and its well past the 3010000 that model 70 has mentioned. This was a 325 WSM but I could not get it to shoot it was one the worse copper foulers I have ever had. I had it rebored by JES into a 338 WSM and it is now a tack driver.


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#13868386 - 06/02/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: winchester70]  
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Originally Posted by winchester70
G96xxx is not a PF rifle.

It is a "Classic" CRF made in 1994.

G96xxxx would be a push feed made in 1969/70.

If it was PF, you missed a digit.


Nope - triple checked. A G prefix and a 5 digit PF. The mystery isn't solved yet I guess.

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#13872595 - 06/04/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: bigwhoop]  
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Was there anything written on the right side of the barrel ‘whoop? Any pics?

#13894539 - 06/12/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: bigwhoop]  
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This is an awesome thread for me to stumble upon. I bought a used LH Model 70 300 WSM S/N G3001xxx and could not for the life of me figure out why the gun had this "bastardized" CRF bolt. I went down a rabbit hole looking for answers, but I've seemed to finally find some! If I'm reading correctly, my m70 was one of the last NH production runs?

#13895292 - 06/12/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: LeftyTomJH]  
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Originally Posted by LeftyTomJH
I bought a used LH Model 70 300 WSM S/N G3001xxx and could not for the life of me figure out why the gun had this "bastardized" CRF bolt.
Huh? You have a CRF Model 70. Period.


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Montana uses Ruger actions.
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#13896133 - 06/13/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: Jackie_Treehorn]  
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Oh, well I guess my lack of knowledge on the subject shows 😜. Thanks for clearing up my confusion.

#13896696 - 06/13/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: Jackie_Treehorn]  
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Originally Posted by Jackie_Treehorn
Originally Posted by LeftyTomJH
I bought a used LH Model 70 300 WSM S/N G3001xxx and could not for the life of me figure out why the gun had this "bastardized" CRF bolt.
Huh? You have a CRF Model 70. Period.

Not entirely true. They made the “control round push feed” in 300 wsm. That may be what you had. Lower bolt in this illustration linked below.

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-manufacturer/winchester/70-post-64-crpf/parts-list-70-crpf

#13896736 - 06/13/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: AKwolverine]  
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Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Jackie_Treehorn
Originally Posted by LeftyTomJH
I bought a used LH Model 70 300 WSM S/N G3001xxx and could not for the life of me figure out why the gun had this "bastardized" CRF bolt.
Huh? You have a CRF Model 70. Period.
Not entirely true. They made the “control round push feed” in 300 wsm. That may be what you had. Lower bolt in this illustration linked below.

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-manufacturer/winchester/70-post-64-crpf/parts-list-70-crpf
This works better -- A LOT BETTER -- if you'd PAY ATTENTION before responding with something nonsensical. He had a LEFT-HANDED MODEL 70. ALL LEFT-HANDED MODEL 70s ARE CRF. END OF STORY.


Jackie Treehorn: Treats objects like women.

Originally Posted by RichardAustin
Montana uses Ruger actions.
#13897267 - 06/13/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: LeftyTomJH]  
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Originally Posted by LeftyTomJH
This is an awesome thread for me to stumble upon. I bought a used LH Model 70 300 WSM S/N G3001xxx and could not for the life of me figure out why the gun had this "bastardized" CRF bolt. I went down a rabbit hole looking for answers, but I've seemed to finally find some! If I'm reading correctly, my m70 was one of the last NH production runs?


Welcome to the fire!

Your rifle was in fact made at the very end. Early 2006.

I don't know if they made the CRPF in lefty's or not, but you can simply look at the photos in the link AK provided and you'll know exactly which you have.

#13897596 - 06/13/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: winchester70]  
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Originally Posted by winchester70
I don't know if they made the CRPF in lefty's or not
They -- Winchester -- did not. The left-handed Model 70 was introduced in 1997, produced off and on through 2006, discontinued, and were ALL CRF.


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Originally Posted by RichardAustin
Montana uses Ruger actions.
Bravo

#13897940 - 06/13/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: winchester70]  
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Thank you for the info! After looking at the diagrams, my m70's bolt is definitely a CRF! Glad to get so much info on the gun. LH's are few and far between here (NB, Canada), so I snatched the first one I saw and figured I'd learn about it later. I appreciate the help! laugh

#13898686 - 06/14/19 Re: Post '64 Serial Number question [Re: Jackie_Treehorn]  
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Originally Posted by Jackie_Treehorn
Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Jackie_Treehorn
Originally Posted by LeftyTomJH
I bought a used LH Model 70 300 WSM S/N G3001xxx and could not for the life of me figure out why the gun had this "bastardized" CRF bolt.
Huh? You have a CRF Model 70. Period.
Not entirely true. They made the “control round push feed” in 300 wsm. That may be what you had. Lower bolt in this illustration linked below.

https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-manufacturer/winchester/70-post-64-crpf/parts-list-70-crpf
This works better -- A LOT BETTER -- if you'd PAY ATTENTION before responding with something nonsensical. He had a LEFT-HANDED MODEL 70. ALL LEFT-HANDED MODEL 70s ARE CRF. END OF STORY.


You are correct. I failed to notice that he said LH. Thank you for politely pointing it out. I’ll try to pay attention next time. Please forgive me, sensei.

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