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BROWNING WINTER REBATES
$50 CASH BACK on Browning Centerfire or Rimfire rifles. Valid on purchases made between February 1, 2017, and March 31, 2017.
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BROWNING T-BOLT 22LR COMPOSITE SPORTER
Action: Straight Pull Bolt Action; Adjustable Trigger • Finish: Satin Blued • Barrel Length: 22" 1:16" Twist • Sights: Drilled and Tapped for Scope • Magazine(s): 2-10 Round Double Helix • Stock: Composite • Weight: 4 lbs. 9 oz. • Overall Length: 40.25" • MSRP: $749.99
Considered by many the perfect rimfire.
This is one fast rimfire. But it still retains the long range accuracy of a bolt action. Speed just isn't everything to the rifleman. That is why so may hunters choose the T-Bolt as their off season practice rifle. You maximize shots but still have to give each shot the attention it deserves. The Composite Sporter is made for the "avid shooter" with its durable stock with a raised comb for better scope-to-stock alignment.
Features that set it apart.
Yes, it has them all. A steel receiver, drilled/tapped for scope mounts, semi-match chamber and recessed crown, adjustable trigger, and a spare magazine storage compartment in buttplate for Double Helix Magazine.
Receiver - Steel • Blued finish • Drilled and tapped for scope mounts
Barrel - Medium sporter • Blued finish • Free floating • Semi-match chamber • Recessed Crown
Action - Straight pull bolt-action • Top-tang safety • Adjustable trigger
Stock - Composite • Matte black • Spare magazine storage compartment in buttstock
Features - Sling swivel studs installed • Scope not included • Double Helix Magazine