I noticed you put the rifle up on Gunbroker but the auction closed and has not reappeared. While that's far more gun than I would ever need, I know another lefty who was practically drooling over this rifle. He's located in Pennsylvania, not all that far from you. If you'd like, I can reach out to him if the rifle is still for sale. let me know. --Tonyok here it is...last price drop. it seems like a lot of guys want the rifle without all the reloading stuff. so what I'm going to do it drop it down to $1800 + shipping but it'll just be the rifle. no dies, brass or bullets.
thanks and please let me know if you have any questions.
Jeremy -- thanks! I'll reach out to him and get back to you.sure..I really appreciate the help Tony. the rifle has been placed back into my safe until bear season opens up later in the fall but I'm still interested in selling if there is interest. please reach out to your friend and then let me know. i'll shoot you a private message with my email and contact info.
This one would sure be cool!!! I've always wanted a left-hand M70 too.... And it would be cool to have a not so common caliber too.
This ain't in the budget today though.
Don't have the original barrel, rifle started life as a Winchester M70 Classic....obvious due to the left handed action. The butt is a recoil reducing pad...actually moves a bit and absorbed a good bit. It's for perfectly and looks great for what it is. I bought this rifle from a gentleman who was in his 70's and taming the recoil was a big deal to him....personally I would rather not have it there because of looks but there not too many left handed big bore winchesters floating around to pick and choose from.
Let me know if you have questions...more than happy to answer them. I'm also still willing to split up the rifle from the reloading stuff as there is a member here who already expressed he'd take them if I sold the rifle seperately.