WINCHESTER MODEL 70 ALASKAN

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The Winchester Model 70 Alaskan is a rugged bolt-action rifle designed to handle North America’s largest game. It sports a satin finish Monte Carlo walnut stock with cut checkering and Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad, forged steel receiver with integral recoil lug, cold hammer forged free-floating 25” barrel with recessed target crown, adjustable rear and hooded brass bead front sight, pre-1964 style controlled round feed with claw extractor, blade-type ejector, and three position safety. The Alaskan features a M.O.A. trigger system.

• Monte Carlo walnut stock
• Bolt-action rifle
• Free-floating barrel
• Adjustable rear, hooded brass bead front sight
• M.O.A. trigger system

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