Winchester Model 70, 30.06. This is my baby. My Pop gave it to me about 6 years ago, it was his since the early 60s. I've changed out the stock to synthetic, put a nice, affordable Tasco, Euro-class scope on it and changed out the trigger assembly. I LOVE this rifle.
Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Alaskan Bolt Action Rifle in .338 Win Magnum
While the Winchester Model 70 is considered the “Rifleman’s Rifle” not too many have had the pleasure these days of shooting the Model 70’s predecessor, the Model 54. The Model 54 was Winchester’s first successful bolt action rifle for center fire calibers and when it was introduced in 1925 several of the calibers we consider as standard came with it like the .270, the .22 Hornet and the .220 Swift. The two most commonly encountered calibers are .30-06 and .270.