When the forearm is pulled to the rear, a single action bar pulls the bolt down, unlocking it from a mortise in the top of the receiver.
As the bolt travels to the rear, it extracts and ejects the spent cartridge case and cocks the hammer.
The resulting Model 61 Hammerless Rifle was released on the market in 1932.
Trigger helps the model 70 deliver the extreme accuracy benchmark 1" group at 100 yards. This contributes to jerking the trigger and thus adds to the movement of the firearm during firing. A blade-type ejector gives you full control when ejecting a fired case.In 1909, Remington introduced the Model 12 pump-action .22 rifle, which used an internal hammer that allowed the receiver to be very streamlined and well sealed against the entry of moisture and debris.In 1915, Marlin introduced a similar hammerless .22 rifle, the Model 32. While sales of the Model 18 remained steady, some began to comment that Winchester’s pump guns looked a bit “old fashioned.” In an attempt to attract new customers during the dismal days of the Depression, Winchester’s marketing department decided that the company needed a “modern” hammerless, .22 pump rifle in the catalog.Each finished forging is precisely machined, creating a strong, stiff and solid receiver that resists flexing and delivers uncanny accuracy.The bottom profile of this receiver is flat to offer greater surface area for bedding. If there were a single feature responsible for the Model 70 being known as the "Bolt-Action Rifle of the Century," it would be the classic Controlled Round Feed (CRF) bolt design.