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John Moses Browning first entered the gun industry more than 100 years ago with the idea that he could build a better rifle. He was right and went on to collect nearly 130 firearm patents during his lifetime. Today, the Browning brand is still powered by that same innovation and drive to build better products.
When John Moses Browning entered the gun industry with his ideas more than a century ago, he was no newcomer to the world of guns. Having spent most of his childhood in his father's gun shop, Browning had plenty of opportunities to "tinker" and built his first gun when he was just 13-years-old. In 1878, at the age of 23, Browning built a single-shot rifle with a falling-block design, which initiated his career, changed the industry forever, and launched the Browning name into the realm of legendary gunmakers.
As Browning created more designs, he sought to use the highest quality materials and finest manufacturers, often licensing his designs to Winchester, Colt, Remington, FN, and others. Today, although the technology involved in the gun making process has evolved, the Browning brand has held steadfast to the original idea of innovative designs and quality manufacturing.
The Browning X-Bolt, the Browning BLR Lightweight, and the Browning BAR are among the most popular rifles.
The Browning X-Bolt is a bolt-action rifle with a groundbreaking design based on some of the company's greatest successes of the past. It offers an adjustable Feather Trigger system and a free-floated barrel with custom-class accuracy. The X-Bolt is made with a synthetic or walnut stock and drilled and tapped for scope mounts. It is available in more than two dozen calibers, including 223 Rem, 30-06 Spring, 300 Win Mag, 338 Win Mag, and 6.5 Creedmoor.
Just as the name implies, the Browning BLR Lightweight is a lightweight lever-action rifle that weighs in at around 7 lbs or less, depending on the model and certain options. It provides power and accuracy, alongside quick handling and easy carrying, and is made to handle magnum and WSM cartridges. The BLR Lightweight is made with an aircraft-grade alloy receiver that is drilled and tapped for scope mounts, as well as a classic round or pistol grip American walnut stock.
The Browning BAR is a gas-operated autoloader originally made for the military more than 100 years ago, but its exceptional strength and accuracy make it a favorite among hunters. It utilizes a detachable box magazine and is available in almost a dozen different large calibers, including 338 Win Mag, 308 Win, 300 WSM, and 30-06 Spring. The BAR is made with aluminum alloy or steel receivers, depending on the model, and a fluted stock with full pistol grip.
Browning makes rifles that are available in a wide array of prices. The X-Bolt can be purchased for around $800, while the BLR is slightly more, creeping closer to the $1,000 mark.
The BAR is available in several different models, all with various features and options, and can typically be found starting at around $1,000. A less expensive model includes the Browning A-Bolt, which can be purchased new for less than $500.
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