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.
Older firearms often need special care, including developing a gentle load to protect the bores.
From the depths of The Depression came what some argue is the finest bolt-action rifle ever made.
The Winchester 9422 had a 33-year production run and was one of the most popular .22 rifles with numerous variations and special editions for collectors.
Offered in 10 chamberings ranging from .33 Win. to .50-110 Win., the 1886 was the ultimate medium-range hunting rifle.
The 1894 is back to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Oliver Winchester’s birth.
As the design and production of the Model 70 continued to evolve throughout the 1960s and 70s, the rifles remained examples of the best American bolt-actions.
The Winchester Model 70 rifle, reviewed November 1936.
How well do the various generations of Winchester Model 70s shoot?