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Winchester 70 FWT 30-06 Springfield High Grade Barrel 535137228
Winchester 70 FWT 30-06 Springfield High Grade Barrel 535137228
Winchester 70 FWT 30-06 Springfield High Grade Barrel 535137228

Winchester 70 FWT 30-06 Springfield High Grade Barrel 535137228

Product Summary

Lightweight and chambered in .270 Winchester, this rifle is ready for anything, from mule deer or pronghorns on the Great Plains to taking a bighorn ram or black bear in the mountains. We paid great attention to detail in making this rifle as close to the original 1961 Model 70 as possible. From the 22" contoured barrel, integral sling mounts and pre-1964 controlled-feeding bolt-action with claw and extraction to reproducing the 1961 box, hang tag and owners manual, owning this quality firearm is like owning a piece of history. Plus, its premium, high-luster bluing and fine-checkered, high grade walnut stock make it a work of art. Additional features include a red Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad and jeweled bolt.


- Integrated sling swivel studs
- Red Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad


- Model: 70 Featherweight High Grade
- Caliber: 30-06 Springfield
- Barrel: 24" Polished, Blued
- Weight: 7 lbs
- Magazine Capacity: 5 Rounds
- Stock & Forearm: High grade walnut stock
- Receiver: Polished, Blued
- Sights: None

Caliber Dictionary

The Below Information Has Been Provided From Our Gun Caliber Dictionary And Is Meant For Informational Purposes Only. It Is Not Intended to Describe The Unique Specifications For This Ammunition.
Properly "Caliber 30 Model of 1906," the 30-06 was developed at Springfield Armory for the 1903 Springfield rifle. The original 1903 cartridge, though very similar, used a round-nosed 220-grain bullet; the 1906 version used a 150-grain spitzer bullet with a slightly shorter case neck and case length of 2.494-inches. The 30-06, in Springfield, 1917 Enfield, and M1 Garand rifles, remained America's service cartridge through the Korean War. It was the most powerful cartridge ever adopted by a major military, and over time became America's most popular hunting cartridge. Today there are many good choices, but the 30-06 remains extremely popular throughout the world, suited for most North American big game and equally effective for African plains game. The most common standard loads today feature: 150-grain bullet at 2910 feet per second; 165-grain bullet at 2800 fps; and 180-grain bullet at 2700 fps. Choices in both rifles and ammunition are almost limitless.  — Craig Boddington

Specification   Value
Caliber   30-06 Springfield
Condition   New
MFG NO    535137228
SKU    1004238
UPC    048702001475
Winchester Repeating Arms
Phone:   801-876-2711
Website:   http://www.winchester-guns.com
Address:   1 Browning Place
Morgan, UT 84050
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