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Pre-64 Win M70

 
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Old 06-16-2007, 08:51 PM
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Pre-64 Win M70

Well I almost hate to do it but I want to go on to other projects and this isn't used enough that I should keep it.

This is made in 1954 if I remember right, if you want I can look it up again. It is a 30-06, with the factory barrel swell, the original stock was very used, so I sanded what was left of the checkering and exposed some really nice grain. It has a "true-oil" stain and about 7 coats of gun wax so far but still can take more. It has a Pachmyer Decelerator and a 3/8" spacer on it.

It still shoots great and if you are really interested in the shootability I will go sandbag test it at 100 yards and post 3 shot groups.

It has a Redfield Tracker 4x scope, and Leupold QD rings and QD 1-pc base.

It also has a Ramline composite stock that is on it now, I also have a wood stock made by Bishop, it is very close to Fajen.

I am willing to consider trades for scopes, bases, stocks, barrels, for Rem 700's 300WM and 270WSM.

If not I will take $75 for the Ramline, $75 for the Bishop, neither has been bedded.

For the rifle I would like to get $600...no scope or base/rings.

The scope, base and rings I would take $115.

I would consider any trades, or offers on price.

dontstrokeme@hotmail.com

Joe Oakes
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Old 06-19-2007, 08:02 PM
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Re: Pre-64 Win M70

No one???? Willing to consider trades and offers.

Joe Oakes
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Old 06-19-2007, 08:39 PM
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Re: Pre-64 Win M70

Is the bishop stock fully inletted?
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Old 06-19-2007, 10:00 PM
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Re: Pre-64 Win M70



The rifle bolts in fine, needs touch up in the bolt inlet and on the bottom metal, it doesn't have a large enough opening for the outer edge of the bottom metal. Both are only involving a little x-acto knife work, other than that it seemed to fit great, but I have not used it on the rifle only test fit it.

Joe Oakes
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Old 06-22-2007, 02:46 PM
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Re: Pre-64 Win M70

Has someone ground on the bolt handle? If they have I will give you a NIB Zeiss Conquest 3X9 Silver scope and $50 cash for your Pre-64 M70. Tom Mason
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Old 06-22-2007, 03:49 PM
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Re: Pre-64 Win M70

Not sure what you mean by ground on the bolt handle?

I don't think that anyone has, however I would like to find a higher power scope for longer range.

Thanks and I will keep mulling it over in my head though.

Joe Oakes
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Old 06-22-2007, 04:16 PM
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Re: Pre-64 Win M70

Will you take 500 for the bbl action the original stock and the bishop stock shipped if so I will take it off your hands. Thanks Joel
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