Winchester Model 70s for Sale - Buy Winchester Model 70 Online
The Winchester Model 70 is called the “Rifleman's Rifle" by many because for more than 70 years, the bolt action rifle
has been praised by law enforcement and the military for its precision, accuracy and performance. It's one of those weapons that can still make people utter “they don't make ‘em like they used to" – but in a positive way, as the original Model 70 featured a Mauser-type controlled round feed and cut checkering. Winchester Model 70s are always for sale in our live GunBroker.com auctions, so make your presence known and start your bidding. GunBroker.com is the largest online gun auction site in the world and it won't take you long to discover why.
A Look Back at the Model 70
There's history and then there's history. The Winchester
Repeating Arms Company was founded by businessman and politician Oliver Winchester way back in 1866, and it didn't take long for its first rifle, known as the Yellow Boy, to hit the scene. Seventy years later, in 1936, the Winchester Model 70 was developed and it became a hit particularly with American sportsmen who liked its high-quality action and controlled round feeding that allowed it to feed without hiccup. Modern-day Model 70s are made by Belgian-based Fabrique Nationale (aka FN), which also manufactures a variety of handguns, submachine guns, rifles, machine guns and shotguns. You can find plenty of Model 70s – both of today and yesteryear – in GunBroker.com auctions.
Check Out Winchester Model 70s for Sale
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