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Winchester Model 70

Available in .45, .357, Big Bore PCP Air Rifle
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  • Code: AGD-45298816 · $799.99 · .45 · 670 fps
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Inspired by the bolt-action Winchester Model 70, this sidelever PCP continues the 70's legacy as a high powered hunting airgun. Powered by a 320cc air reservoir and with a fill pressure of 230 BAR (3,335 psi) the Model 70 won't have any trouble sending round downrange in a hurry. With 6 full powered shots in .35 and five in .45, you can expect speeds exceeding 830 and 700 fps respectively to give you the power you need for devastating take-down shots. While the gun has no open sights, an 11mm dovetail rail is ready and waiting for your own optics choice. The cylinder rests comfortably within a finely crafted beechwood stock with traditional checkering on the grip and forend to provide a comfortable and stable hold. A hunter style safety keeps the Model 70 safe to handle until ready to fire and its 2-stage adjustable trigger can be set to your preferred trigger pull. The Model 70 PCP proves that Winchester is ready to enter the world of PCP hunting...are you?

Winchester Big Bore Air Rifle Model 70 Features

  • Precharged Pneumatic
  • Beechwood stock
  • Side Lever with rotary magazine
  • Tuned pressure and valve for consistent, accurate shots
  • Deep magazine allows for pellets AND cast ammo. See manual for details and limitation.
  • 320CC Air Cylinder fillable to 230 Bar
  • 6 Shot Magazine (.35) / 5 Shot magazine (.45)
  • 800 fps in (.35) / 700 fps in (.45)
  • Built-in manometer (air pressure gauge)
  • Checkered grip and forearm – For increased hold stability
  • Adjustable 2-stage trigger
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Specs
  • ManufacturerWinchester
  • Caliber.45
  • Velocity670 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionSidelever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight8.55
  • Overall Length41.75
  • Barrel Length21.00
  • Loudness5-High
  • Magazine Capacity1
  • MechanismPre-charged pneumatic
  • Rail11mm dovetail
  • SafetyManual
  • Front Sightsnone
  • Rear Sightsnone
  • Shots per Fill5
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseHunting
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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3.0
By RussellUSAOctober 4, 2020

It's big,it's heavy, not like the picture it has a large non removable suppressor

Pros
Powerhouse in 45 all in about 30 rounds on a fill

Cons
I filled it once and it worked great. Now it isn't refilling. My compressor works fine on all my other tanks but for some reason this gun won't refill. Is there something special I need to do?

4.0
By DavidUSANovember 27, 2019

Man this thing kicks! I love it. The 5 shot mag is great and loading is fast, the side lever is smooth and easy. You cant go wrong with this. You'll need a scope as trying to eyeball over the cartridge is kinda funny. The fill port squeaks a little when filling. So fill slow if you need total quiet. It is a good weight, feels great, you cant use standard rounded head slugs in the cartridge they are a hair to long. Use flat or hollow points,

Pros
Super fast easy lever action.

Cons
The squealing of the fill port valve when filling is nauseatingly loud when filling from a tank.

4.0
By Scooter f.November 19, 2019

Shoots well good amount of shots on one fill very accurate at 50 yards nice pretty wood quiet all around a good air gun

Pros
Great for hunting and target pratice

Cons
None

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What diameter slug/pellet can it shoot ?

asked Ryan from USA

Whitetail tea or no?

asked Eric from USA

can the power be adjusted to increase FPE to over 215 FPE? Would like to use it in Texas for hunting.

asked David from USA

Can the power be adjust to increase power?

asked David from USA

I’d like to know what all it comes with such as scope rings, fill tube etc. any help would be appreciated. Also what is the thread on the tank side of the fill hose.

asked Bruce from USA

Will it shoot slugs/ bullets

asked Robert from USA

Yes. Slugs would probably have to be single loaded.

Mark from USA

Is the Winchester Model 70 45cal threaded for a moderator? If so what is the thread size/type. Thanks

asked William from USA

The moderator is epoxied on the barrel shroud.

Mark from USA

does this come with the fill probe

asked Alexis from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

does it take a special pump to fill tank

asked francis

What is the true FPE in 45 caliber? What grain weight bullet was used?

asked David

Is this the same airgun as the Evanix Rainstorm with a different label?

asked Peter from USA

Is there a special way to fill this gun mine only goes to about a 1000 psi then the air comes out of the fill port

asked Dave

How to fill this gun

asked Dave

How to fill Winchester 70 35 mine doesn't seem to want to fill

asked Dave

I recently purchased one that has a silencer built in on the rifle but I haven’t ever seen any other ones with that could it be fraudulent?

asked Jon

What is the spread at 50 yds. ? With the .45 .

asked David from USA

where is the air fill ? Can you keep the male end in the tank ?

asked David from USA

What's the barrel size

asked Elvis from USA

Is the end of the barrel threaded for moderators?

asked william

What kind of for are we looking at for the .357 and .45 respectively???

asked Chappy from USA

what type of fill adapter does this come with? I'm looking at buying my own pump, hopefully a hand pump for filling at while I'm out target practicing, sighting it in etc. Any suggestions on a specific pump?

asked Otter

will i be able to kill a whitetail deer at 100 yards

asked Jim

Does it shoot the air venturi. 356 115 gr bullets accurately?

asked marvin from USA

What is the recommended Lead bullet/pellet for this PCP rifle?

asked Stephen from USA

Is this gun made in USA?

asked Paul
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