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Yeah sorry, I know they existed, but like finding hens teeth out in the open.HB 270's were offered, yes. Seen several.
The rifle was made in 1947, my dad purchased it at an estate auction so I have no idea of its history. I tried to find out who might have made the stock, but had no luck. I took it out of the stock once to see if I could find any kind of a makers mark, but there is nothing. The rifle fits soooo tight I didn't think I'd get it back in the stock!! If anyone can provide me with any info I'd appreciate it! I'm right handed and have been tempted to change out the stock and the optic, but I've always decided to leave it alone.Delta,
Wow! Looking at the top rifle, from "No Country for Old Men" many people had wondered whether or not it was a real thing to have a heavy barreled .270. Do you know any of the details of that top rifle?
Because the people at Winchester are fucking morons and it’s astounding they are owned by the same company as Browning because Browning releases tons of new X-Bolt models every year.Serious question;
With LR shooting and hunting the rage, why is Winchester/FN dragging their feet and not bringing back the SPR line in 6.5 or 6mm? In sure some of us would buy one if they came out.
Lol. It’s so damn sad but true.Because the people at Winchester are fucking morons and it’s astounding they are owned by the same company as Browning because Browning releases tons of new X-Bolt models every year.
Lol. It’s so damn sad but true.
I wouldn’t own an Xbolt. They seem overpriced for what you can get from other companies