Longtime readers will recall an early post on The Gun Nut where we took them (yes them) to task for sending back bad rifles—and then pretending they didn’t exist. Seems like Field & Streams’ OFWGs have had a shot of truth serum. Here’s an excerpt from their review of the Winchester Model 70 Safari Express: “The spacing for scope-base screws at the rear of the Safari Express receiver is much closer than for a standard Model 70. (I brought the rifle along when I bought mounts for it just to make sure they fit.) Also, the magazine box fits very, very tightly in the receiver, and when I took the rifle apart to look at the bedding, I couldn’t get the damn thing back in. I called John Blauvelt, who advised me to persuade the magazine box with a rubber mallet, which I did, smartly, and it popped right into place.” $1400.