Depending on condition anywhere from $350 to $500.
Your Winchester model 70 XTR sporter was produced in the year 1988.I am in the process of buying one that is new in the box also.Mine is chambered for the .270 Weatherby Magnum,and was made in the year 1988.
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Its value is between 300-575 dollars depending on the overall condition of the rifle.
Yes.The Winchester model 70 classic custom grade rifle was chambered in .300 Weatherby Mag.This model was made from 1990-1994.The custom ultimate classic wcaliber as also available from 1995-2006 in this chambering.The model 70 Winlite was chambered in .300 Weatherby.This model was made from 1986-1990.The model 70 classic stainless BOSS was available from 1996-1997 in this caliber.The classic sporter BOSS was available in this caliber in 1996.The classic sporter III was chambered for this caliber from 1994-2000.The model 70 sporter was chambered in this from 1989-1994.This model was also marked XTR sporter in 1989.
There is no such cartridge as a ".308" weatherby, only a .308 Winchester, interchangable with the 7.62 Nato. Once upon a time, Weatherby only made rifles in unique weatherby cartridge calibers, eg. .300 weatherby, .378 weatherby, .460 weatherby, etc. Now weatherby makes rifles in many non-weatherby cartridge calibers, including the .308 Winchester. Do not confuse a rifle manufacturer with the company name that may have introduced the cartridge in which the rifle may be chambered. To further get your head spinning, many cartridge companies make cartridges (all equivalent) in the .308 Winchester caliber including Winchester, Remington, federal, norma, and multiple European companies. The short answer is yes they are the same. If you see a weatherby rifle chambered in .308, (and not .308 Norma Magnum), it is a .308 Winchester caliber (Winchester rifles exist in .308 Winchester caliber). The weatherby rifle is most likely a weatherby 'Vangard' model (a cheaper line of rifles manufactured by weatherby). Top of the line weatherby model rifles are noted for their high prices, ornate stocks and high power weatherby calibers (the .460 weatherby magnum is the most powerful factory cartridge in the world, about 80% more muzzle energy than the .458 Winchester magnum, first sold in Winchester's African model 70 rifle).
The value of your rifle runs between 375-550 dollars depending on the overall condition,and a good bore.
Your winchester model 70XTR was made by winchester in 1983.
Based on an exhaustive Google search, I don't believe so. They did make a .257 Roberts, at least in 1942, and it is rare. Sometimes these were reamed out later by gunsmiths to .257 Weatherby Magnum, and the barrel markings may or may not have been changed.
The winchester model 670,and magnum models were made from 1967-1973.
The 2012 Winchester model 1894 sporter made by Miroku of Japan for Winchester sports a sugg retail price of 1,299.00
A Winchester model 70 sporter is going for 250-500 dollars depending on condition.
No, but it was in 300 win. mag.Actually, the only 30 caliber magnum it was offered in was 300 H&H. Some of these rifles were reamed out to 300 weatherby since the 300 weatherby uses a 300 H&H case blown out with the shoulder reset.