Browning BAR vs Winchester Model 70
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Browning BAR VS Winchester Model 70

Head to Head Comparison

Browning BAR

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50%

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0 Reviews

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100%

User Rating

5 Reviews

Winchester Model 70

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86%

Critic Rating

7 Reviews

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28 Reviews

50

Accuracy

50

N/A

Damage

1953 K.E.

1000 yards

Range

1000 yards

N/A

Recoil Velocity

217 ft/sec

5+1 rounds

Capacity

5+1 rounds

50

Mobility

50

50

Ergonomics

50

50

Fit & Finish

50

50

Reliability

50

MSRP:

$1473.99

Used Price:

$1352.76

New Price:

$1473.99

MSRP:

$2100.99

Used Price:

$0.77

New Price:

$0.85

Gun Specifications

Specifications

Browning BAR

Winchester Model 70

Weight

6.8 oz

Action

Bolt Action

Bolt Action

Caliber

6.5mm CM

.243 Winchester

Capacity

5+1

5+1

Finish

Blued

Gun Type

Rifle

Sights

No Sights

Gun Stats

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Winchester Model 70

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$2100.99

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$2109.99

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$2100.99

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$2100.99

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$2040.99

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Gun Descriptions

The Browning® Browning BAR Mark III features a gas-operated system with a multi-lug rotary bolt, capable of cycling standard or magnum cartridges reliably in extreme conditions. The bolt locks directly into the barrel, giving it incredible strength, while providing exceptional accuracy, and a buffering mechanism reduces wear and stress on the rifle's receiver for longer life and greater reliability. BAR barrels are hammer-forged for outstanding strength and precise accuracy, and the trigger pull breaks like a glass rod. The crossbolt safety offers easy accessibility without removing your firing hand from the stock, so you can quickly manipulate the safety, without losing your sight picture or cheek weld. The Browning BAR Mark III Semi-Auto Rifle comes with an beautiful, checkered Turkish walnut buttstock and forend, and the buttstock features an Inflex™ recoil pad to mitigate felt recoil for enhanced comfort and reduced fatigue. The alloy receiver features scroll engraving and comes drilled and tapped for scope mounts. A hinged floorplate provides rapid access to the detachable magazine. The rugged and reliable Browning BAR Mark III Semi-Auto Rifle provides the firepower to bring down any big game species in North America.

The Winchester Model 70 is a bolt-action sporting rifle. It has an iconic place in American sporting culture and has been held in high regard by shooters since it was introduced in 1936, earning the moniker "The Rifleman's Rifle".[1] The action has some design similarities to Mauser designs and it is a development of the earlier Winchester Model 54, itself based on a Mauser 98-type action. The Model 70 was originally manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company between 1936 and 1980. From the early 1980s until 2006, Winchester rifles were manufactured by U.S. Repeating Arms under an agreement with Olin Corporation, allowing USRA to use the Winchester name and logo.[3] Model 70s were built in New Haven, Connecticut, from 1936 to 2006, when production ceased. In the fall of 2007, the Belgian company FN Herstal announced that Model 70 production would resume. As of 2012, new Winchester Model 70 rifles were being made by FN Herstal in Columbia, South Carolina. In 2013, assembly was moved to Portugal.

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