I have long had an admiration for bull-barrel rifles. Not only do they look and feel good, accuracy is usually superior to sporter-barrel rifles. But if the design has weaknesses, they would be the excessive weight of the rifles and the relative scarcity of big-game chamberings. That has changed with the introduction of the Winchester Model 70 Coyote Lite.
The newest edition to the Winchester Model 70 line is the Long Range MB (muzzle brake) and features a fluted, heavy sporter barrel with a threaded, matte blued muzzle with a recessed crown and a recoil-reducing muzzle brake.