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STEYR SSG 69 PII 26" 308 BLACK DOUBLE TRIGGER
Action: Bolt-60 Degree with Oversized Knob • Finish: Parkerized • Barrel: 26" Heavy Contour, 1:12" RH Twist, 4 Lands & Grooves • Sights: None-Picatinny Rail Scope Mount • Magazine(s): 1 - 5 Round Detachable Rotary Mag • Stock: Black Fiberglass • Weight: 9.3 lbs. • Overall Length: 46.8"
Free 1"/30mm Heavy Duty Extra High Rings with any SSG Rifle
This rifle was developed according to the requirements of the Austrian Army. The legendary precision and ruggedness of this weapon is well proven by armed forces and law enforcement agencies around the world.The stock on the SSG 69 series is widely considered to be one of the best of all time, the length of pull can be adjusted by spacers and it's fully ambidextrous. Accuracy is where the SSG 69 shines, sub-MOA may be the benchmark for most rifles but SSG 69's shooting .5 MOA and .25 MOA are a common occurrence. Coupled with extremely fast cycling of the action due to the rear locking system and old world craftsmanship the SSG 69 continues to be one of the best sniper rifles in the world.
Double Set Trigger
The front trigger is the only trigger that can fire the rifle. Used by itself it is adjustable from 2-6 lbs. When the rear trigger is used to set the front trigger, the front trigger becomes a hair trigger set to break between 2-8 ounces.
Additional features include:
• Cold Hammer Forged Barrel • Heat Shrunk Barrel Fitting Into the Receiver • High-Quality ABS Stock • Applied mechanical safety blocks bolt handle and trigger • Adjustable direct trigger
Includes plastic carry case.
Read a review of the Steyr SSG 69 PII K Rifle by Joe Grine