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Winchester Guns 535116139 Model 70 Bolt 416 Remington Magnu

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Model: 535116139
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 61253
UPC: 048702118173
MFG: Winchester

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Satin-finished checkered walnut stock with Pachmayr Decelerator pad. Two steel crossbolts. Controlled Round Feeding. Three-position safety. Hex socket action screws. One-piece steel trigger guard and flush-mount hinged magazine floorplate. M.O.A. Trigger System - zero take-up, creep or overtravel. 416 Rem Mag, 3rd, 24".
Action Semi-Auto (Direct Impingement)
Caliber 38-55 Winchester
Overall Length 32.5"
Trigger Adjustable LBA Trigger System
Safety Sliding Tang Safety
Capacity 20 + 1
Stock MBA-1
Action Not Valid
Caliber 257 Weatherby Mag
Overall Length 44 3/4"
Trigger ProFire
Safety Manual
Capacity 17 + 1
Stock Not Valid
Action Break Open
Caliber Black Powder
Overall Length 40.75"
Trigger Single Set
Safety Thumb Lever
Capacity 6 + 1
Stock A Grade Walnut
Action Sliding Breechblock
Caliber 300 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM)
Overall Length 44 1/3"
Trigger Reverse Striker
Safety Star
Capacity 3 rd.
Stock MBA-1
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 416 Remington Mag
Overall Length 44.75"
Trigger M.O.A. Trigger System
Safety Three Position
Capacity 3 + 1
Stock wood

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Reviewed By: Matthew S on 08/03/2013 Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
I received this rifle and accepted it. The fit of the wood to the reciever and barrel is spot on, but there were two things that bothered me. the feeding is a little rough for a winchester m70 and the crown appears to have been altered. The crown didn't look as perfect as all the other m70's I've bought. upon closer inspection, It looks as though the crown may have been nicked and someone took an abrasive into the end of the bore to smooth it out. there is definately fine rotory marks that look like steel wool or sand paper swirls that slide up and down in a spinning motion in the end of the bore, not the even, 1 directional, chatter marks of a barrel cutting machine. I haven't had time to really test it for accuracy, but knowing the end of the barrel was altered makes me a little scared of how this rifle will perform when i get it out on the bench with a scope. after shooting some rounds with open sites, I have noticed that 1/2 of the bore at the muzzle is getting the nice even bullet rubs where the bullet jacket glides along the center of the grooves, but the other 1/2 isn't getting any contact from the bullet jacket.

Like I said hopefully this won't effect accuracy, but it's too soon for me to say if the rifle is accurate or not or wether I'll be happy with the rifle

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Reviewed By: Ronald C on 12/21/2010 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I bought several new Winchesters from Bud's and they did great. Prompt shipping, great prices. This particular rifle is worth considering if you need or desire a large bore. I was a little put out when I discovered how hard it was to get brass for it and how expensive the ammo was. Much higher than 375 H&H. However that is being rectified. Hornady has introduced ammo and brass at great prices and should be available soon. This is great news as you can't rely on Remington to support their cartridges. They won't make anything unless it is huge run. Once again Hornady rescues another great African cartridge.

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