This is my Winchester Model 70 Featherweight, chambered for 7mm-08.It's rigged up with a Leupold VXIII 2.5-8x36 and Talley lightweight rings. I bought it two years ago and have since taken a whitetail buck and a cow elk with it. It's light, and I think it's a nice looking rifle, with very good workmanship. Its accuracy has been excellent, but it's quite picky. Just as an example: Remington Core Lokt 140's group at about 3 inches at 100 yards, while Federal Premium's 140-grain Nosler Ballistic Tip offering shoots under an inch. I'm absolutely smitten with the 7mm-08 cartridge which offers very light recoil, good trajectory and plenty of power for almost anything. I'm pretty smitten with the rifle, too, though it has one big flaw: The safety is loud and can only be operated silently by using two fingers. That’s not a big deal out on the plains, perhaps, but a legitimate annoyance in the thick woods where I do most of my hunting.