What ammo does a Winchester Model 70 use?
280 Remington, 7mm Mauser, 7mm-08, 7 mm Remington Magnum, 7mm WSM, 7mm STW, . 300 Savage, . 30-06 Springfield, . 308 Winchester, .
What ammo does a 7mm-08 take?
The 7mm-08 Remington is a rifle cartridge that is almost a direct copy of a wildcat cartridge developed around 1958 known as the 7mm/308. As these names would suggest, it is the . 308 Winchester case necked down to accept 7 mm (. 284) bullets with a small increase in case length.
How many yards can a 7mm-08 shoot?
The 7mm-08 on average, has right around 100fps greater velocity than the . 308 from the muzzle to 200 yards. From 300 to 500 yards, the 7mm-08 still has the edge, but the difference has lessened….Average Velocity (ft/s)
How far will a 7mm08 shoot?
While the 7mm-08 is a fairly flat shooting round, IMO, most factory rifles chambered for it have short barrels, and rob the trajectory potential from maximum effectiveness at long distances say beyond 400 yards.
What is the size of a Model 70 Super Grade?
Model 70 Super Grade Item Number 535203212 UPC 048702004186 Action Length Short Action Caliber 243 Win 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 7 lbs 12 oz
What kind of stock does a Model 70 have?
Its highly polished, deeply-blued steel and finely checkered, fancy grain walnut stock with shadowline cheekpiece define the timeless grace and elegance of the Model 70 Super Grade. A one-piece steel bottom metal adds extra rigidity to the Super Grade’s stock and action for improved accuracy.
Is the Model 70 super grade on your wish list?
The Super Grade is already on your wish list. Face it, the Super Grade is on most hunter’s list. Its highly polished, deeply-blued steel and finely checkered, fancy grain walnut stock with shadowline cheekpiece define the timeless grace and elegance of the Model 70 Super Grade.