Get a closer look at the Winchester Model 70 Extreme TrueTimber VSX MB, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
Winchester has expanded its XPR line of rifles with the XPR Extreme Hunter Midnight MB. Available in a wide variety of calibers, including the new 6.8 Western, it sports TrueTimber Midnight camouflage on its rigid composite stock.
Here are 12 new guns on display at Great American that you’ll want to check out. We’ve even put them in order by booth location, starting near the entrance to the Shooting Sports Hall in the Cameron Street lobby and working across the aisles from right to left.
Like a lot of current price-point bolt-actions, the Winchester XPR is built on a round-bodied receiver joined to the barrel by a lock nut. This design requires fewer machining or hand-fitting steps to regulate headspace, it’s a wining method among cost-conscious manufacturers. But what makes it stand out from the rest of the pack?
A legendary brand was launched in 1866, and 150 years later Winchester is celebrating its founding with a series of commemorative offerings. Among them is a once-in-a-lifetime series of 10, pre-production rifles, chambered in 44-40, of the "One of Five Hundred" Model 1866 "Yellow Boy."
When SHOT Show 2016 opens on Tuesday, word of countless new product releases will quite literally steal the show. And yes, while the Winchester brand will have no shortage of new surprises for its consumers, the company will also begin what promises to be a year-long celebration.
Winchester has announced the launch of its latest addition to the venerable Model 70 line in the Ultimate Shadow Hunter SS. The Shadow Hunter SS sports a lightweight synthetic stock in the new Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camouflage pattern, alongside a stainless steel receiver that features the popular pre-'64 style controlled round feeding with claw extractor and fixed ejector.