The MAKE is Winchester. That is the company that makes the rifle.
The G prefix to your serial number shows that it is a model 70 Winchester rifle.It should say this on the barrel of your rifle.
The 7mm Ultra Mag is a Remington cartridge. THE model 70 is a Winchester rifle. Winchester does not chamber the Model 70 For the 7mm Rem. Ultra Mag cartridge.
Browning did not make the Model 70, Winchester did. Also, the serial number is not a valid Browning serial number for a 7mm Magnum rifle. Please doublecheck your information.
Price of a Winchester model 70 pre 64 in 7mm mag
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The year of manufacture for serial number 801666 is 1965. From the ever popular web site http://armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php
The answer to this q? is 1-9"
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250-600 dollars.depending on overall condition.
You will have to call Browning.
the size of Winchester is not that big but has a respectable amount to do and is a great tourist holiday with lots of attractions such as open ground fairs.Winchester 70 is the model of the gun, 7mm Remington magnum the cartridge size. 7mm is a good sized bullet and will kill anything on this continent.
At least 400 usd
It describes the model of the firearm.
I'm not sure if that chambering was in regular production,but even if it wasn't, Winchester bent over backwards for their customers and would fill special requests.The quickest way to tell for sure is to take a close look at the barrel of the gun.If it says Winchester model 70, New Haven, Ct. AND 7mm Weatherby on the barrel, it's factory issue.
If its new in box $3300. In an excellent condition $2500. That information is from Standard catalog of Winchester Firearms.
It is worth between $300- $450.
Grade 1 BAR = 137, made in 1986
You will have to call Winchester.
100-1000 + USD depending on specifics.
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You will have to call Browning with the serial number.