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What is the difference between pre-1964 Winchester Model 70s and post-1964?

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2005-12-05 09:11:37
2005-12-05 09:11:37

About $500. In 1964, the bean counters took over at Winchester so more attention was given to maximizing profits and less to providing a superior product. Two of the same model made a year apart will be of noticably different quality.

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