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Ever since I discovered GPAs I’ve been ignoring my other collection. I bet I have bought a gun in well over 2 years. Well, that changed today. Just picked up this Winchester Model 70 .375 H&H Safari Express. It’s used but really just been sighted in. I’ve wanted one forever but never pulled the trigger haha. Hopefully one day I can go to Alaska or Africa to actually use it but it’s still a cool gun. Luckily it came with 4 boxes of ammo since they are about $60+ a box. Anyway, I know a bunch of y’all are into firearms so I thought I would share a pic. Thanks for looking!! 632A0937-5346-4C4F-AC2F-0BD2F7BACC1A.jpeg  43BBAC2D-69A2-47FC-A1C6-7CA86113F257.jpeg 
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Beautiful firearm... Makes my shoulder hurt just looking at it. Any idea of the date on it? I myself do not plan on leaving Missouri.. So I don't need much more than a 22lr to survive.. Altho that has not stopped me from collecting some big bore classics ðŸ˜
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Fine looking rifle ya got thare.
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rob_pontius
That's a fine rifle. Winchester is my brand of choice when it comes to a long gun. 
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Tigerfans2
A buddy in Alaska had a Sako (socko) in.375 that he used to deer hunt in the lower 48 because it was all he had at the time. Just drilled a 3/8's inch hole straight through.
The .375 was light for the caliber. Interesting to shoot. M70's of early 70's vintage in .338 win mag were interesting but not as much.
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Tgarner01 wrote:
Beautiful firearm... Makes my shoulder hurt just looking at it. Any idea of the date on it? 😁

Thanks everyone. No kidding on the shoulder. It’s about 6 years old I think. 

 

rob_pontius wrote:
That's a fine rifle. Winchester is my brand of choice when it comes to a long gun. 

I concur!!  I also have a featherweight in .300 winmag but it too is a little big for game around here. My go to gun is my Ruger Scout.308 which is good for anything around here (hogs, deer). 

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Tigerfans2 wrote:
A buddy in Alaska had a Sako (socko) in.375 that he used to deer hunt in the lower 48 because it was all he had at the time. Just drilled a 3/8's inch hole straight through.
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Thats interesting. I guess it depends on the grain and type of bullet. 
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Gunhippie
Sweet!

.375 Holland and Holland is a serious round! A buddy of mine went to South Africa last year and got a Water Buffalo (among other critters) with one--same gun, even.
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I'm sure they were 270 gr. But he was hunting whitetail out east. I suppose it might have expanded a little as there was Canadian blended whiskey involved when the story was being told.

Same guy grabbed me one day and said the Ft. Richardson rod&gun club had a shipment of Sakos straight from Finland bypassing the distributor Garcia. Standard grades were 190.00, Deluxes were 250.00 but they only had those in 300 win mag.. 
I went to my quarters and got the checkbook from my wife without telling her why..better to ask forgiveness.. she had "the look" until I pulled the 338 out of the box,  she liked it. When I said Gerry had bought a deluxe she was p.o.'d that I hadn't.  Had to convince her that since I already had a 300 I didn't Really need another even if it was pretty.
This same woman didn't blink an eye at the deuce or any Coleman lantern I brought home, in fact said I was Not to come home from the auction without the Arc.
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austin65uri
Nice one!  A little too much horsepower for me.🙂 If you handload, you could come up with shoulder friendly rounds that would make range shooting fun. I have a pre-war M70 in 30/06. 
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Standard arm when I lived/hunted on Kodiak Island!
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Gunhippie wrote:
Sweet!

.375 Holland and Holland is a serious round! A buddy of mine went to South Africa last year and got a Water Buffalo (among other critters) with one--same gun, even.


I dream about doing that. 
austin65uri wrote:
Nice one!  A little too much horsepower for me.🙂 If you handload, you could come up with shoulder friendly rounds that would make range shooting fun. I have a pre-war M70 in 30/06. 


My uncle has a bunch of reloading stuff and I don’t think he uses anymore. I need to ask him if he’ll sell it. 
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+1 on the handloading.

My dad had a Pre 64 Mod 70 in 30-06 and swore by it, as well as a bolt action, and was irked at me for buying a Savage Mod 99 is .284 Win.  He took his last deer in CA with my gun (he "sold" the M70 to his divorce lawyer...)  He was surprised at how well it did! (Instant down at >150 yd)

I was a bit shocked when his only gun when he died was a Remington semi auto in 30-06...  He had another Mod 70 before that...
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outlawmws wrote:
+1 on the handloading.

My dad had a Pre 64 Mod 70 in 30-06 and swore by it,........  He took his last deer in CA with my gun (he "sold" the M70 to his divorce lawyer...) t...


My dad had a pre64 in a .270 but my mom sold them and his Winchester Model 12 and all the other guns to pay for divorce lawyer or maybe to feed us kids LOL. 
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Sweet looking rifle. I have never got behind a 375 H&H.  I would love to someday for sure.
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If you do,  it WILL get your attention I fired a 375 on several occasions (Not mine) and I may still have the bruises!  ðŸ˜œ
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That is one sweet rifle! 

I picked this one a couple of days ago. 
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I like that.  What Cartridge?
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outlawmws wrote:
If you do,  it WILL get your attention I fired a 375 on several occasions (Not mine) and I may still have the bruises!  Ã°Å¸ËœÅ“


Ouch. mine may become like a lot of my lanterns then. Just for looks lol. How much worse than a .300 WM?
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outlawmws wrote:
I like that.  What Cartridge?


Ditto??
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It's noticeable.  Of course the bullet weight and load have a lot to do with it as well...

Another reason I hunt with  a handgun;  I don't get my shoulder beat to death (Although I DID knock something loose in the web of my right and once...)  
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I think this is my ammo.  3FE06CC7-D75E-4DBA-8A4E-8B6F344361FA.jpeg 
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C4664680-E448-4F00-A05C-DB4E0D84A6A2.jpeg Did someone say buffalo? Will 45-70 work?
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The .45-70gov is an awesome rifle to fire. 
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ehodges wrote:
C4664680-E448-4F00-A05C-DB4E0D84A6A2.jpeg Did someone say buffalo? Will 45-70 work?[/QUOTE

]The .45-70gov is an awesome rifle to fire. 


Awesome!!  I had a Henry .45-70 golden boy and stupidly sold it to a friend. I need to replace it. EAA792E2-42D6-4F03-BF22-9FD5C867BF96.jpeg
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What model is that Ed??
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It is a trapdoor Springfield model 1873 made in 1884
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ehodges wrote:
It is a trapdoor Springfield model 1873 made in 1884


Ahh, the old school round. It’s quiet a bit different than the modern round isn’t it??
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Mine is a .44Mag/Special. I gave my Marlin .44 to my son so I needed to replace it. I looked at a couple of 45-70's, but I already have a bad shoulder...lol
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Here's one for a bad shoulder. 50-110 PhotoPictureResizer_200618_222224878-768x1024.jpg  PhotoPictureResizer_200618_222324355-768x1024.jpg 
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That's a beauty. I have a sporterized P17 chambered in .375 H&H magnum, should be a 60's vintage. Love shooting the old gal. 
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Yeah, that would make me cry probably...
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Very nice rifle, Jason; even if I could afford it, I couldn't afford the trip to go somewhere to use it.  Man, if I had your money, I'd retire at my "target" age, instead of 70+.
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Mwk1975 wrote:
That's a beauty. I have a sporterized P17 chambered in .375 H&H magnum, should be a 60's vintage. Love shooting the old gal. 


That’s a nice looking rifle. I love those red recoil pads

Gasman64 wrote:
Very nice rifle, Jason; even if I could afford it, I couldn't afford the trip to go somewhere to use it. .....


That’s my problem,  I’ll be lucky to settle on a moose someday maybe. There’s a reason I haven’t bought a gun in two years, I’m not loaded lol
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Speaking of big bores: these on the left are .450/.557 Martini Henry 480 Grain handloads that I shoot in the Brit "Zulu" rifle. For comparison, on the right are .30/.30 cartridges. I do load them on the light side with smokeless powder and a filler, but they still clang the gong at 100 yards with authority.  big bore.jpg 
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Now that is a big bore!!
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Geez...for those rare occasions where you need to kill a T-rex in your front yard....From your back yard....through your house!
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ehodges
Ouch¡!!!!!!!Haven't shot my Springfield yet! Looking for some low power rounds.

Y'all have shown some beautiful guns. All I need to.take down is a coyote!
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