The Winchester Model 70 Extreme Tungsten Rifle 6.5 Creedmoor Cerakote finish is extraordinary and it is tough too. This Model 70 features a Bell and Carlson synthetic stock with sculpted cheek piece and a charcoal gray textured finish. It is the perfect rifle for extreme conditions and for serious, tough hunts, where you need a rifle that can take the elements and maintain top performance.
· Hinged floorplate
· Jeweled bolt body
· Knurled bolt handle
· Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad
· Sling swivel studs
Action Length: Short Action
Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor
Barrel Length: 22"
Overall Length: 42 1/4"
Length of Pull: 13 3/4"
Drop at Comb: 1/2"
Drop at Heel: 1/2"
Weight: 6 lbs. 12 oz.
Magazine Capacity: 4
Twist Rate: 8"
Barrel Finish: Tungsten Cerakote
Stock Finish: Textured
Receiver Finish: Tungsten Cerakote
Chamber Finish: Polished
Barrel Material: Steel
Barrel Contour: Sporter
Stock Material: Composite
Recoil Pad: Pachmayr Decelerator
Pistol Grip Cap: None
Sling Swivel Studs: Matte Nickel
Receiver Material: Steel
Trigger Finish: Matte
Bolt Slide Finish: Jeweled
Magazine Type: Hinged Floorplate
Trigger Material: Steel
Trigger Guard Material: Alloy
Trigger Guard Engraving: None
Floor Plate Material: Steel
Drilled and Tapped for Scope: Yes
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