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northerndave

Winchester comeback in 2008

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Wow, great news, I'm a big Winchester Fan too. Not likeing the price tags on them though in the article.WOW!!! My first rifle I ever purchasesed back in 1987 was a Win. Model 70 Featherweight XTR in .270 and I've kept it in Mint Shape, I hardly ever use it for hunting any more. I think I paid around $259.00 new for it back then and has since almost trippled in value due to it's condition.

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yeah but those are peliminary MSRP prices... we'll just have to wait & see, I'm not getting too worked up over that pricing just yet.

I'm betting price wise they will be inline with rem 700's, A-bolts etc.

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