SOLD Winchester Model 70 Push Feed FTR Rifle

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  1. Doan

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    This Winchester Model 70 Push Feed FTR has:

    This was Barry Smith's Rifle.

    30 inch Hart Barrel 11 Twist (this is same barrel that Trudie Fay uses.)
    A rail
    Very low mileage
    This is a Doan Trevor original stock.
    It has also been bedded by Doan Trevor.
    Barry made High Classification Card on first trip out with this rifle.
    $1399

    Let me know if you have any questions.
     

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  2. Don

    Don Gold $$ Contributor

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    Good Deal ...
     
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  3. SilhouetteShooter

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    What does it weight as it sits? What trigger is in it? Does it have an internal magazine or has it been converted to ss?
     
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    A Doan Trevor F/TR class rifle for $1400. Wow! Hope things are going well for you, Doan. Your stuff is world-class. Guys, check out his website.
    Jim Kliewer
     
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    It weighs 13.4 pounds with no sights.
    The trigger is a Winchester that has been modified to work more efficiently.
    It's a single shot.
    Before this was a .308, it was a .284 and Smith shot a considerable amount 200's at a 1,000.
     
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    Thanks, Jim!
     

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