Winchester Model 70 Alaskan Bolt Action Rifle Back In The Line

For big game hunting in Alaska or anywhere else in the world, the new Winchester Repeating Arms Model 70 Alaskan comes back with all the features that have made the Model 70 a favorite among big game hunters. The Model 70 Alaskan will be available in three calibers 30-06 Sprg, 300 Win Mag and 338 Win Mag.

The Satin finish Monte Carlo walnut stock gives the gun a beautiful look and aligns the shooters eye up per

fectly with open sight or a scope. The Model 70 Alaskan features a folding adjustable rear sight and a hooded gold front bead for fast target acquisition.

The pre-’64 style controlled round feed with claw extractor fully controls the cartridge from magazine to chamber to ejection. To help reduce felt recoil, the Model 70 Alaskan features the Pachmayr® Decelerator® Recoil Pad.

Some of the features on the Model 70 Alaskan that have given the Model 70 the reputation of being a very accurate firearm include;

  • MOA Trigger System – Zero creep and zero overtravel
  • Integral Recoil Lug -Forged and machined as part of the receiver
  • Free floating barrel – All Model 70 barrels are cold hammer forged
  • Alloy One-Piece Bottom Metal– Adds solid rigidity for better accuracy

Suggested Retail, $1,269.99

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  1. And this post would be just awesome if money was no object and you could afford to blow 1300 bucks on a .30-06.

    How is this news and not an advertisement or a review? Have y’all even shot this rifle in the picture? Gone hunting with it? Or are you like me who has to hunt on a budget and 1300 bucks for a new rifle is just a little too much to pay when other rifles are easier and cheaper to find.

    Who cares about how pretty it looks – can it put lead on a target accurately and without fouling or jamming, and can it do so and put down the target – I know a lot of that depends on the hunter – but give me a rusty, ugly, sh1t-bucket of a rifle that can put shots on target without fouling or jamming over a 1300 dollar brand new Model 70 any day.

    Do you know how many seasons worth of game I’d have to shoot in order for this rifle to pay for itself? Sheesh.

  2. Team Bad Poncho

    unfortunetly we have not fired this rifle, we merely received the press release. My personal rifle is an original 1955 Mosin Nagant that I purchased for 39.99 on sale. I personally agree with you on the pricing.

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