I was lamenting the end of the model 70 and wiki'd it. I saw this at the bottom:
Originally Posted by Wikipedia
In October, 2007, FN Herstal announced that it would produce Pre-'64 Winchester Model 70 rifles at it's facility in Columbia, South Carolina, where it currently manufactures the M240, M249, and M16 for the United States military, as well as it's SPR and PBR lines, which are, in fact, variants of the Pre-64 Model 70.
Has anyone else heard about this? Is it true? If so, I'm down like 4 flat tires.