How many models of Winchester Model 70 rifle are there?

How many models of Winchester Model 70 rifle are there?

There are11 distinct modelsof the Model 70 Winchester Rifle, and they vary a great deal in value. In appraising your gun, you must initially determine if you have the ‘Standard model’ or another type such as a ‘Super Grade model.’

Is the Winchester Model 70 still in mint condition?

Hairline cracks in the stock and other issues depreciates from the value of the gun. It is highly doubtful that if you have a original gun that it would be in mint condition – after it was used for 70+ years. When that gun was made, the depression was still going on in the United States and people hunted for food.

How big is the thumb hole on a Winchester Model 70?

Harry Lawson started with a post 1965 Winchester model 70 and stocked the gun in a flashy piece of of California Claro in his signature thumb hole stock. It has a 13 1/2″ LOP over (read more)

Is the Winchester Model 70 post 64 blued?

This .30-06 (Post 64) Winchester Model 70 has a 21-3/4” blued round tapered barrel that is drilled and tapped for sights. The bore is in very good condition. The blued receiver …Click for more info NEW THIS WEEK! NEW THIS WEEK! This firearm is a Winchester model 70 chambered in .223 with the heavy varmint barrel, scope, and bipod.

How much is a Model 70 rifle worth?

Model 70 unaltered receivers bring $500 regardless of condition of barrel and stock. If receiver is un-usable then rifle is worth the value of its us­able parts, i.e. less than $500. For Model 70s with “X” or “D” prefix, add a collector premium of 10 percent.

Which is the best Winchester rifle ever made?

The Model 70 Winchester was considered the best bolt rifle ever produced in the United States. It is often referred to as the “Rifleman’s Rifle.” It had 11 distinct models (i.e., types, styles, variations) produced, was chambered for a diverse array of bullet calibers, and variations associated with production date.

How big is the barrel on a Winchester Repeating Arms?

Featherweight: 22″ round barrel; chambered for .243, .264, .270, .308, .30-06 and .358; fitted with aluminum trigger guard, buttplate and floorplate. Later versions with plastic buttplate. Built from 1952 to 1963. 5. Featherweight Super Grade: same as above, except not chambered for .358 cartridge; fitted with Super Grade stock.