BOLLIGER, MOUNTAIN RIFLERY, 300 WIN. MAG.- FULL CUSTOM PRE-64 MOD 70 WIN- OUTSTANDING CLASSIC STOCK- NEAR EXHIBITION WOOD- EXC METAL WORK
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Category: Winchester Rifles - Model 70 Pre-64 - Rifles - African Dangerous Game Safari Magazine
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Company: Champlin Firearms Inc.
Member Since: 11/19/07
First Name: George
Last Name: Caswell
Country: United States
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
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#532335, John Bolliger, Mountain Riflery, Inc. 300 Winchester Magnum, A Full & Total Custom Signature Series Model on a Pre-64 Model 70 Action, 24" barrel, 1/4 rib that extends over the barrel cylinder to the receiver breech, Very nicely matted on top, 1 standing & 1 folding rear sights, Barrel band sling eye, Band front ramp with a fold-up night sight, Sight hood with a spring lock, EAW quick detachable pivot mounts, Zeiss 2.5-10 x 48 Diavari scope, Deep belly Blackburn straddle hinged floorplate with a center bow release, Five panel teardrop bolt knob checkering that is very well done, Jeweled bolt and follower, Built-up and checkered bolt stop release, Model 70 3-position safety, Model 70 trigger, Blind rear guard screw on the upper receiver tang, Model 70 trigger and 3-position safety, A pure Bolliger Custom Classic stock using a near Exhibition piece of English Walnut, Shadow line cheekpiece; Complete deluxe wrap around checkering pattern with carved borders with distinct ribbons and several inset panels, Ebony forend tip, Double screw tiedown rear sling eye, Jerry Fisher steel grip with nice engraving, 14 1/8" length of pull over a 7/8" pad, It will go 14 5/16" with a 1" pad, 8 lbs. 11 oz. without scope and 10 lbs. 7 oz. with, The original blue remains at 99.5%, The original stock finish at 99%, The checkering is at 100%, The bore is new. This rifle has all appearance of never being fired and I can assure you it never went hunting. John Bolliger at Mountain Riflery has got it figured out as you need to give it a hard inspection to find any flaws here. Their attention to detail is complete from the crown of the muzzle to the very back of the recoil pad.