The Winchester Model 70 platform remains a popular choice for hunters and precision shooters alike. After all, the legendary Carlos Hathcock famously employed a Model 70 in .30-06 during his exploits in Vietnam. From Africa to American deer camps, the rifle constitutes a timeless classic. Now Davidson’s offers an impressive modern take in FDE Cerakote.
Davidson’s Winchester Model 70 FDE Cerakote Details
Developed in partnership with Winchester Repeating Arms, the Davidson’s Model 70 features the striking finish on the barrel, receiver, bolt handle, trigger guard and floorplate.
The synthetic Monte Carlo-style stock sports True Timber Strata camo. The design incorporates both macro and micro camo schematics. The macro design breaks up the human outline at all distances. Meanwhile, the micro design blends into terrain at close range.
The exclusive rifle comes chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor or .308 Win. Davidson’s says 7mm, .300 Win. Mag. (with 26-inch barrels) will release in January. All versions of the exclusive Model 70 retail for $1,649.99. In any light, the combination makes for a striking take on an American classic. For even more information, please visit davidsonsinc.com.
Winchester Model 70 FDE Cerakote Features
- Barrel: 22 inches, fluted, threaded, with muzzle brake
- Bolt: Jeweled
- Action: Pre-’64 style controlled round feed with claw extractor
- Overall Weight: 6.8 lbs (6.5 Creedmoor)
- MSRP: $1,649.99
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