Winchester Repeating Arms

1956 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight 22" .243 Winchester

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This is a used firearm that was taken on trade in our retail store. We do not know exact round count of any firearms we sell used however it can be assumed that it is relatively low and the external condition is representative of the internal. Firearm is a very nice example of a Pre-64 Model 70 Featherweight. Metal and wood word is excellent, only real signs of wear are on the floor plate, trigger guard and bolt knob.

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This firearm is on display in the retail store and can be purchased online or in-store. Feel free to stop in and look at it any time!

Manufacturer: Winchester

Model: 70 Featherweight (Pre-64)

Serial Number: 385945

Mounts: Weaver Bases

Caliber: .243 Winchester

Capacity: 4 Rounds, Hinged Floorplate Magazine

Barrel Length: 22"

Overall Length: 42.75"

Length of Pull: 13 1/2"

Stock: American Black Walnut

The Winchester Model 70 rifle, of course, needs little introduction being the most widely known bolt action sporting rifle in the world. Since the Winchester Model 70 made its appearance in the late 1930's, it has been the standard by which all other bolt action rifles are judged. Seldom will you find an article written on another make and model bolt action rifle without reference to the Winchester Model 70.

Winchester Model 54 rifles were the first successful bolt action sporting rifles manufactured by Winchester and were available from 1925 up until the Model 70's began appearing on dealers' racks in 1937. The model 54 was really a form of sporterized Mauser and lacked refinements being sought by the bolt action minded sportsmen. The Model 70 offered stronger action, more checkering, improved safety, and much improved trigger.
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