Since we are on the Model 70 lately. The one above is a pre war Model 70. The walnut stock is the factory wood stock in a design Winchester called “The marksman stock”. This is the same profile as used on the model 52 B and later models. This stock was used right up until the US repeating arms company went Tango Uniform in the mid 00s. By then the stock was made by H-S Precision and was synthetic with bedding block. The optic is a 8X Unertl varmint model and the barrel has been swapped out for a custom stainless barrel. The gun is chambered in a wildcat round I can’t quite place at the moment.
The safety is one big way to tell the gun is pre war. The rectangle on the top of the rear of the receiver is actually mounted to the left side and is a mounting base for match iron sights like the Redfield International or Olympic. A serious set up for a very serious rifleman of the day.