Recently I traded into a Winchester model 70 in stainless steel, with a composite stock. (270WSM)
The composite stock was OK, but my favorite model 70 stock has always been the Sporter model, with a full sized fore-end and wrap-around checkering.
I dug around and discovered that Midwest Gunworks
has New, Old-Stock (NOS) Winchester stocks, including the Sporter stock that I prefer.
The one that I wanted for the 2-piece floorplate short action, with a metal grip cap was 250 dollars, a bargain as far as I was concerned.
So, now I have something that you would have to order from the Winchester custom shop to own, a model 70 Sporter in stainless steel.
Midwest Gunworks warned that these NOS stocks may have minor dings from storage, mine had a few but they were minor indeed. Now my Winchester looks like a new rifle.
If you have a model 70 that could use a new stock, these would be good folks to talk to. I gave this stock a quick going over with Renaissance Wax, otherwise it is just as it came out of the box. Now to glass bed it, and install a Pachmyer decelerator pad.