Just worked on a new Win. M-70 Stealth and we broke it in and shot a bunch of groups. Noted some interesting improvements - first Winchester is using a new (to me anyhow) bedding compound, it is black, quite firm and they are doing both the lug area and the tang. Second they are putting a dab of gorp on the lock nuts on the trigger assembly that is very tough and hardened. Tough crap to remove but doable with a sharp blade. Tidied up the trigger to 3.5 pounds (from 8.0 pounds) and switched the stock bolts, torqued the suckers to 65 and went to the range. After breaking in with twenty rounds, the rifleshot the following five shot groups: Lapua 185 gr. 0.457" Norma 168 gr 0.746 Hornady TAPS 168 gr. 0.587" Black Hills Ammo 175 gr. 0.636"* Federal 168 gr. 0.602" Handload – 0.673" 45 Varget, 168 J4, Win brass and Primer Prettty decent performance from a brand new rifle. Makes for a nice LR rifle that is not going to break the bank. Fellow put on a Bushnell 10x 3200 tactical - worked fine.