Can a rifle be too pretty to shoot? The Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Maple comes close, but to not shoot it would be a bigger crime. With a high-gloss AAA Exhibition Grade maple stock and a dark ebony tip, it’s certain to draw attention at the range. Checkering is cut deep and precise in a classic pattern providing contrast to the wood and a secure grip to the shooter. True to its roots, all current production models of the Model 70—including the beautiful Super Grade Maple—sport the classic and trusted controlled-round-feed action with a pre-’64-type claw extractor. The rifle’s jeweled bolt not only looks great but holds oil better, too, allowing the bolt to run exceptionally smoothly. All steel parts—the receiver, barrel, trigger guard and engraved floorplate—wear a polished blue finish. Learn more about it in the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Associate Editor Rose Bier. MSRP: $1,669.99; winchesterguns.com.