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Ok it is a 1965 in real good condition. Asking $340. What is it worth being a '65?

Also, price check on a Winchester 670 in 30-06. serial # G1311827.

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ok, thanks spetz.
when i go to that auction this tuesday i will be sure to examine that 70 7mm mag and the 70 30-06.

hopefully enough people will be working and they will not have alot of people there.

thanks again
 

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winchester 670

Winchester 670's in my neck of the woods, (Wisconsin), only run about $200 depending on condition. I have 2 of them. One I paid $275 but it came with a Simmons scope and I also paid $180 for one with no scope. So don't pay too much for one. I saw another for $200 but I already have 2.
 

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sniper, yeah that is why it was still there i am sure. being a 65 it is still very nice regarding the deep checkering and styling. the bore was extremely bright and excellent lands so it was taken care of in that regard.
 

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The immediate post 64 Model 70's are the worst as far as fit and finish. I'd say $300.00 to $350.00 tops if it's in like new condition, but sometimes just having the Winchester name will cause people to overpay.
 

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The value of the 70 depends on the caliber. If it is in .225 Winchester, it could be worth twice the asking price if in nice shape.

670s rarely go for more than $300. I have one in .270 and it is a dandy rifle - very accurate. It has killed its share of deer.
 
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