A continuation of the history of the Winchester Model 70, exploring its early beginnings and rise to popularity.
A re-telling of the Winchester Model 70's history from a classic issue of October 1980 American Rifleman starting with the end of the Model 54.
With all the attention focused on relatively new cartridges such as the 6.5 mm Creedmoor, what about the venerable .270 Winchester? Perhaps Professor O’Connor was right all along.
Having a clear definition of a trigger is critical in the understanding of how it works.
Tennessee recently became the seventh state to pass a resolution proclaiming an official state firearm. Which six previous states made similar resolutions, and which were their chosen firearms?
Often overshadowed by the 6 mms, the .257 Roberts is a .25-caliber round that started as a wildcat, but is now being reintroduced in the Model 70.
The editors of American Rifleman have taken on the daunting task of defining the top hunting rifles.
From the depths of The Depression came what some argue is the finest bolt-action rifle ever made.
American Rifleman TV's Top 10 Hunting Rifles - Pt. 2
The Model 70 never saw significant use by the U.S. military.