Winchester Mod 70 Safari Express .375 H&H

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I’ve been debating on selling this one but I reckon it’s time. My father in law bought this rifle 2 years ago as he had planned to go with me on my trip to Limpopo this July. Last year he passed away in a scuba diving accident. Note to everyone: let your doctor know you are going diving while taking beta blockers.

This rifle is still brand spankin’ new and has not been fired. I’m taking my .375 Ruger so I don’t need this one. It would just sit in the safe instead of being used as intended. I am located right south of San Antonio, TX, so I can meet up with someone in that general area. Otherwise, it would be ffl shipped on your dime or quarter or whatever inflation is now.
$1,900. Mother’s Day has passed, but Father’s Day is coming up, as is your anniversary, your birthday, her birthday, and Christmas.


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I'd like to get this rifle sold. I'm dropping the price to $1,750. Let's make a deal!
 
Well, there ya go fellows. I know someone was just looking for one y’day or the day before. I’ve taken most of my African game with that combo.
 
CRF, correct?
How many rounds its take?
Do you have the box?

Regards!
 
This is an excellent deal. Having owned a few Winchester rifles built in 1980s through the mid 2010s, my understanding, by the markings and serial number range, this is a BACO USA made Safari Express, built in the Winchester/FN factory in Columbia South Carolina, before Winchester moved final assembly to their FN plant in Portugal. I have owned this model. 375, A .30-06, and a.270.

All metal fabrication, and final tuning in FN Columbia SC. Stocks from Viana, Portugal ( an FN plant as well, and completed in South Carolina. Made in USA. Very fine rifles.Last of the truly “Made in USA” Winchester.

Whoever is thinking about a Winchester.375 H&H, buy it and don’t look back.
 
CRF, correct?
How many rounds its take?
Do you have the box?

Regards!
Based on its serial number, it should Crf. As I do not have any ammo for it, but I assume it holds the standard 3 in the magazine. I do not have the box, unfortunately.
 
Based on its serial number, it should Crf. As I do not have any ammo for it, but I assume it holds the standard 3 in the magazine. I do not have the box, unfortunately.
This is clearly a CRF. And an excellent one with the QA/QC of the Winchester factory in SC. They feed flawlessly, at least in my experience.
 

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tacklers wrote on ianevans's profile.
Hi Ian, I'm contemplating my first outing, leaving UK via Dubai to Africa, taking rifles as you did.

I presume it went okay for you, would you have done anything differently? Cheers, Richard East Sussex
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