Model 70, Custom Shop, Ultimate Classic Stock, L/A, Left Hand

Model 70, Custom Shop, Ultimate Classic Stock, L/A, Left Hand

Code: M70UCLA
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Part Name Part ID Calibers Manufacturer
Winchester, Model 70, Custom Shop, Ultimate Classic Stock, Long Action Standard Or Magnum, Left Hand  M70UCLA Long Action Standard or Magnum Winchester
Fully inletted, Classis, Sporter or Standard barrel contour, un-checkered and unfinished  ▪ Factory installed Winchester Red recoil pad ▪ Fits Post '64 Winchester Model 70's in Long Action Standard or Magnum Calibers with the Classic, Sporter or Standard barrel contour ▪ Inletted for TWO PIECE style floorplate / trigger guard assembly with 7 5/8" stock bolt spacing and for the Supergrade style rear swivel and, recoil cross bolt As you know, Winchester is no longer in business. This is your last chance to own a beautiful Hi-Grade, Custom Shop Model 70 Stock!!! ▪ Will not fit the WSSM calibers

This stock was designed to fit the Post '64 Model 70 not the Pre 1964 Winchester Model 70 Rifles


  • Brand: Winchester
  • Caliber: .257 Roberts,.25-06 Rem,6.5x55mm,.270 Win,.280 Rem,7mm Mauser,7mm STW,.30-06 Springfield,.264 Win Mag,.270 Weatherby Magnum,7mm Rem Mag,.300 H&H Magnum,.300 Win Mag,.300 Weatherby Magnum,.300 Remington Ultra Mag,.338 Win Mag,.375 H&H Mag,.416 Rem Mag,.416 Rigby,.458 Win Mag
  • Finish / Color: Unfinished
  • Firearm Type: Rifle
  • Material: Wood
  • Models Fit: Winchester Model 70

Know Your Gun


Winchester Model 70 Information

Production of the Winchester Model 70 started in 1935. It has gone through many changes over the years, but is currently still in production today.

The following information is critical MUST HAVE knowledge when ordering parts or wood for your Winchester Model 70.

  1. When was your Model 70 produced?

    Production Type by Year of Manufacturer:

    1935-1963: Pre '64 Winchester Repeating Arms Company
    1964-2006: USRAC (U.S. Repeating Arms Co.)
    2008-Current: New Winchester Production

    While dating your Model 70 by serial number can be difficult, and there are many "legends" about why the historic serial number records for Winchester rifles and shotguns are not complete or why they are not always verifiable. A few reasons cited are:

    • A fire at the factory
    • Inadvertent destruction (during office cleaning)
    • Records simply lost in filing
    • Records misplaced between ownership transitions
    • Documents borrowed but not returned

    There is probably some kernel of truth to all of them. But the fact remains; there is no original, single, totally accurate database of serial numbers from 1866 forward that we are aware of. But perhaps this page can help you somewhat in your research.


    1935 - 1 TO 19
    36 - 2238
    37 - 11573
    38 - 17844
    39 - 23991
    40 - 31675
    41 - 41753
    42 - 49206
    43 - 49983
    44 - 49997
    45 - 50921
    46 - 58382
    47 - 75675
    48 - 101680
    49 - 131580
    50 - 173150
    51 - 206625
    52 - 238820
    53 - 282735
    54 - 323530
    55 - 361025
    56 - 393595
    57 - 425283
    58 - 440792
    59 - 465040
    60 - 504257
    61 - 545446
    62 - 565592
    63 - 581471
    1964 – 700000 to 740599
    65 - 809177
    66 - 833795
    67 - 869000
    68 - 928908
    69 - G941900
    70 - G957995
    71 - G1018991
    72 - G1099257
    73 - G1128731
    74 - G1175000
    75 - G1218700
    76 - G1266000
    77 - G1350000
    78 - G1410000
    79 - G1447000
    80 - G1490709
    81 - G1537134
    82 - G1632872
    83 - G1656883
    84 - G1728457
    85 - G1783276
    86 - G1808838
    87 - G1845122
    88 - G1893903
    89 - G1950701
    90 - G1987984
    91 - G2037985

    Records for rifles produced after 1992 have not been released. However you can call Winchester Firearms directly to inquire about the date of production on your rifle. Winchester can be reached directly at 800-333-3288.

    Using the information above you should be able to determine when your Model 70 was produced. And as such follow the chart below for part availability.

    • Pre '64 - Manufactured from 1935-1963

      Sorry, wood and mechanical parts are no longer available for this era of Model 70.

    • Post '64 - Manufactured from 1964-2006

      Mechanical parts and wood are available for these rifles produced by USRAC in New Haven, Ct..

    • New Production - Manufactured from 2008-Current

      Stocks are available, and some mechanical parts may interchange from the USRAC productions.

  2. What bolt style do I have?

    Winchester made 3 different style bolts for the Winchester model 70. Push Feed, The Control Round Feed, and the Control Round Push Feed. Each of these bolt use different parts, so it is important to understand which bolt you have in your rifle. Use the figures below to determine which bolt you have.

    Figure 1 - PUSH FEED BOLT

    Figure 2 - PF BOLT FACE

    The PUSH FEED BOLT will have a small extractor and an ejector built into the bolt face as seen in figure 2. And as shown in Figure 1 a retaining pin for the ejector is visible from the outside. Also shown in figure 2 is that a push feed bolt has a completely inletted bolt face.


    Figure 4 - CRF BOLT FACE

    The CONTROL ROUND FEED BOLT will have a long "Claw" type extractor (see figure 3) and is often referred to as a pre'64 style bolt. However the USRAC parts do not interchange with the pre'64 manufactured rifles. While the extractor is the most common way to identify this bolt style you can also look at the bolt face (figure 4) and see that it does not have a small extractor, and does not include an ejector.


    Figure 6 - CRPF Bolt Face

    The CONTROL ROUND PUSH FEED BOLT is a combination of the previous two types of bolts. As seen in figure 5 there is not a long "claw" extractor. And in figure 6 you can see that the bolt uses the small style extractor, but the bolt face is not completely inletted.

  3. What floor plate assembly do I need/have?

    Winchester produced 3 different types of Trigger Guard / Floor Plate Assemblies. The 1 piece, the 2 piece, and the DBM (detachable box magazine) versions. These are each in addition to having a blind magazine, which requires nothing accept a trigger guard. And each Model 70 stock requires the use of a specific floor plate assembly. To determine which floor plate assembly you may have, or to see which assembly you may need use the figures below.

    Figure 5 - One Piece Trigger Guard/Floor Plate Assembly

    One Piece Trigger Guard/Floor Plate Assembly

    The 1 piece trigger guard and floor plate assembly is exactly as it sounds. The trigger guard and the floor plate hinge are a solid piece of metal. With only the floor plate itself being a seperate component (figure 5). This assembly also only requires 2 action or trigger guard and floor plate screws.

    Figure 6 - Two Piece Trigger Guard/Floor Plate Assembly

    Two Piece Trigger Guard/Floor Plate Assembly

    The 2 piece trigger guard and floor plate assembly is two completely independant components(figure 6). The trigger guard attaches itself seperately with two screws, while the floor plate attaches with yet another screw. and unlike the 1 piece assembly either the trigger guard or the floor plate can be replaced individually.

    Figure 7 - DBM (Detachable Box Magazine) Trigger Guard/Floor Plate Assembly

    DBM (Detachable Box Magazine) Trigger Guard/Floor Plate Assembly

    The DBM or Detachable Box Magazine is only for use with the DBM magazines which you can view and purchase HERE. This is easily identified, by a lack of floor plate, and a magazine release. This assembly also only take two screws, and has a much more squared bracket where the floor plate hinge would normally be.

  4. What type of action is my rifle?

    For our purposes, we will be discussing the USRAC production and later actions. These came in 3 basic types, and the depending upon the barrel you could then change the basic designation to a more specific type (i.e. long action verse long action magnum). While both use the same action, the magnum will have a different contour barrel and require a wider channel in the stock.

    The 3 basic types of actions are Super Short Action, Short Action, and Long Action. And outside of a few custom builds and specialty rifles, all your Model 70's made after 1964 should follow these rules. Use the Table and Figure below to determine your Winchester Model 70 action.

    Action Type Screw Spacing Common Calibers
    WSSM Action  6 3/8"  .223 WSSM, .243 WSSM, .25 WSSM
     Short Action  7"  .22-250 Rem, .243 Win, .308 Win
     Long Action  7 5/8"  .270 Win, .30-06 Spfld, 7mm Rem Mag, .300 Win Mag

    Figure 8 - Winchester Model 70 Receiver

    Winchester Model 70 Receiver


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