My understanding is that today, all the Model 70's are "Pre-64" style CRF, but what about the Model 70 Classics built after 1992, specifically in the early 2000's? Winchester did 3 Model 70 actions in those years - the PF, CRPF and and CRF - but how functionally different was that post-92 CRF versus the pre-64? From Chuck Hawks: "In 1992 Winchester again revised the Model 70 action, this time restoring the full length extractor, receiver mounted ejector, coned breech, and controlled round feed (CRF) while retaining the other good features of the push feed Model 70 action. The new, revised action became the heart of the Classic models, available in many variations, which now constitute the bulk of the Model 70 line. There are super-short, short and standard length Model 70 Classic actions. . . . The Model 70 Classic action is perhaps the finest Mauser pattern, two front locking lug, bolt action ever mass produced for a hunting rifle. It offers just about everything the aficionado of such actions could want, including strength, accuracy, and exceptional feed reliability. It is the odds-on choice among bolt actions for ultra-critical hunting applications such as rifles for hunting dangerous game." My question is what thoughts does this forum have on the last of the New Haven Classic Model 70's? How does that action and overall quality compare to what is being manufactured in Portugal today? Just curious.