Here’s how to make an outstanding Winchester M70 chambered in .338 Winchester Magnum.
by Ray Ordorica
Back when the Ruger 77 first came out riflemen liked its lines and, generally, most of its features. One thing I never liked – and I know I was not alone – was the use of aluminum for the trigger guard and floorplate on that rifle. I complained in print, as did many others, and Ruger finally fixed that problem.
Recently I bought a new Winchester Model 70 in .338 Winchester Magnum, despite knowing Winchester had lost its collective mind. This modern adaptation of the classic Model 70 had…
Read more in the July 2018 issue.