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Model 70 Classic Sporter 7 Rem Mag- LNIB

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by kenf, Dec 6, 2010.

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    Model 70 Classic Sporter with Super Grade Shaped Stock in 7 Rem Mag. 26"bbl and stock looks to have come from a Super Grade- fancier walnut, satin finish, red recoil pad and super grade style cross bolt covers. The sling studs are standard sporter though. Box is marked Super Grade Shaped Stock. Gun appears unfired, it still has the factory trigger guard hangtag. The box is one of the older white Winchesters that makes me believe this gun dates to the mid 90's after the Classics got introduced. The rifle does have a few marks here and there, but overall is very nice and you won't feel so bad when you mark it the first time in the field.

    Funding some other projects and this is another safe queen that I would not feel right hunting with.

    I'll take $750 shipped to your FFL OBO and I'll throw in a new 100 count bag of Rem Brass with it.

    PM if interested

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    The pad does have a small rack rub on top that I'm sure would rub out. I just have never touched it.
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    A small mark on the right side
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