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    Default Winchester model 70, .375 H&H mag & Leupold Scope

    Post 64, American made Winchester model 70 375 H&H mag, it has the "anti-bind bolt", & Leupold vx3, 1.5 x 5 power scope, with rare Kimber tip off mounts, with Butler Creek scope covers. Also it has a very comfortable Butler Creek rifle sling, ammo slide on the butt, set of RCBS dies, and 3 boxes of ammo. I bought it for my Alaska bear hunt years ago but I never made it. I took 2 bull elk with it, and I shot less than a 20 rd box of bullits ( 8 to sight it in, 5 hunting). I put cammo on the stock to help hide in the bush while sitting. It can come off but I think it should be there for serious hunting.
    Price $1,000.00

    Cancer has taken me out of the field, and I would like to see this great rifle used bagging game. Don't hesitate to ask questions, Thanks for looking, Jim
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    Is the gun in Alaska or Florida?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ak-pilot View Post
    Is the gun in Alaska or Florida?
    Florida, but the mail will get it to Alaska pretty quick.

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    One time price drop, $850.00

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    Is that a NH, CT marked gun? CRF, I assume? Any interest in splitting the scope and rifle?

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    .375 H&H will take down everything in Ak. Especially with a 300 grain Barnes X.
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    Agreed, but I have an itch for a 404, and if this is a NH, CRF, it could be a perfect donor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarheelpwr View Post
    Agreed, but I have an itch for a 404, and if this is a NH, CRF, it could be a perfect donor.

    Just take a close look at the bolt.
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    Default Post 64 is pushfeed unless it says classic

    Looks to be a pushfeed from the pictures and the post 64 statement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitroman View Post
    Just take a close look at the bolt.
    I'm not a Winchester guy. This will be my first if I go that route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YotaTRD4x4 View Post
    Looks to be a pushfeed from the pictures and the post 64 statement.
    Yup, it's a push feed.

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    CRF would have a claw extractor on the side of the bolt.
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    I was out of touch, in hospital, stupid cancer. Sorry, not interested in keeping the scope, it does have the removable Kimber detachable mounts with it though. Cost was $175. That can be an asset if you have to go into the thick stuff. I can sweeten the deal with over $600 worth of bullets for additional $200. ( 9 boxes ). The bolt is push feed, with the special mortised cut in the bolt advertised as their "smooth anti-bind bolt". The bluing and bore is in excellent condition. Thanks for the interest.

    Jim

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    couple more pics
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    No worries on the delay. I hope you fully recover; God be with you.

    The deal was fine, but I'm just set on a CRF, so unfortunately, that's a deal killer for me.

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