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Browning X-Bolt Stainless Stalker
$1,079.99 - $1,119.99
Receiver - Steel. Low-luster blued finish. Glass bedded. Drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Barrel - Low-luster blued finish. Free floating. Hand chambered. Target crown. Action - Bolt-action. 60┬░ bolt lift. Adjustable Feather Trigger?. Detachable rotary magazine. Top-tang safety with bolt unlock button. Stock - Satin finish walnut stock. Features - Sling swivel studs installed. Inflex Technology recoil pad. Scope not included.
Winchester Model 70 Featherweight
$999.99 - $1,039.99
The legendary handling and quickness of the Model 70 Featherweight is justly famous among hunters everywhere. The Model 70 action offers Pre-'64 style Controlled Round Feeding, a three-position safety and is highlighted by a jeweled bolt body with knurled bolt handle. Inside is the M.O.A. Trigger System, the finest trigger ever offered in a bolt-action with zero take up, zero creep and zero overtravel. Like the original Featherweight, the angled comb Grade I walnut stock still features the Schnabel fore-end and satin finish with elegant cut checkering. A premium Pachmayr® Decelerator® pad helps soak up felt recoil. It's available in the most popular long and short action calibers, including WSM chamberings.
Remington Model 700? CDL?
$939.99 - $969.99
The traditional straight-comb American walnut stock includes a satin finish, finely cut checkering, right-handed cheek piece, black fore-end tip and grip cap, and sling swivel studs. The satin blued finish of the barreled action and the jeweled bolt body completes the tasteful design. Like all Model 700 rifles, this one shoots as good as it looks. Standard calibers feature 24-inch carbon steel barrels, while magnum calibers sport 26-inch barrels to maximize ballistic performance. Each barrel is clean without sights and the receiver is drilled and tapped for sights. The hinged floor plate magazine has a four round capacity in standard calibers and a three round capacity in magnum calibers. Finished off with the revolutionary R3? recoil pad, even the unwelcome "punch" of the high-powered magnums is significantly diminished.
Remington Model 700? BDL
$909.99 - $939.99
Receiver and floorplate decorated with Remington's new fine-line engraving process. American walnut stock with high-gloss finish, distinctive black fore-end cap, Monte Carlo comb profile, and finely cut checkering. Metal work features deep, rich, high polish blue finish. Hinged floorplate magazine bottom, sling swivel studs, hooded ramp front sight and adjustable rear sight. Embellished.
Savage Package Guns
$399.99 - $799.99
Value has always been a major part of the Savage story. Today, the great value of a Savage rifle can be further enhanced when purchased as a Package Series model. Available in popular calibers, the Package gun includes a factory-mounted and bore-sighted 3x9x32mm scope, rings and bases are included.
Remington Model 700™ Vtr
$739.99
26" Heavy contour barrel (0.820" Muzzle O.D.) most models, for the ultimate in long-range accuracy (22" barrel on VTR models) Concave target-style barrel crown. Either composite or laminate stocks. Tactical style dual front swivel stud system for convenient mounting of bi-pod and sling.
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