The Model 70 Bull Gun with its extra heavy contour 28” barrel and chambered in the reigning long-range cartridge of its day was Winchester’s answer for the 1,000 yard Wimbledon Cup matches at Camp Perry. This 1948 transition-era rifle features a nice mix of pre-war and post-war features, including a Carbonia blue barrel and the cloverleaf receiver. Just 1,862 bull guns were produced in the .300 H&H Magnum chambering, making this one of the very hard-to-find configurations of the model 70. Check it out on our


  1. Wild, wild west says:

    We’ve seen that one here before, or maybe its twin, and frankly I could lookit that gun every single day. Is beautiful, stunning even.


    1. Shawn says:

      nah this is a different one


      1. Wild, wild west says:

        Well it’s a dang nice one whichever which one it is and seeing it is much appreciated.


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