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The Tikka T3x Tac A1 is a precision bolt action rifle. It features a modular synthetic stock with interchangeable pistol grip asymmetrical grip pattern recoil pad and noise reducing foam insert (in models without adjustable cheekpiece). This rifle additionally sports a modular chassis with full aluminum bedding and AR stock pistol grip and forend interface robust metallic bolt shroud steel recoil lug two-stage trigger with adjustable weight of pull and two-position safety.
CALIBERRATE OF TWISTMAGAZINE CAPACITY 308 Win 11 I (10 in magazine 1 in chamber) - OVERALL WEIGHT wo ACCESSORIES 5.1 kg with 620 mm (24) barrel - OVERALL LENGTH (Folding stock version) 1104mm (869mm) - BARREL LENGTH 24 - BARREL Mid contour barrel (cold hammer forged) with 58x24 muzzle thread - MAGAZINE Detachable staggered two row steel magazine - SIGHTS No open sights - OPTICAL SIGHT ATTACHEMENT Picatinny rail (0 MOA) - METAL PARTS SURFACE FINISHING Steel parts with matte blackening and aluminum parts with black anodizing Teflonated bolt - STOCK Aluminum middle chassis with modular removable for-end connector AR15 buffer tube compatible interface and AR15 pistol grip compatible slot - PISTOL GRIP Synthetic AR15 compatible grip - FORE-END 13.8 black anodized aluminum tube with M-LOK attachments Top of the fore-end has full length 0 MOA picatinny rail - REAR STOCK Aluminum rear stock with adjustable (height and angle) cheek piece Recoil pad Is adjustable in height and LOP with spacers QD sling mount possibility Picatinny rail for monopod attachment (monopod sold separately) Optionally available with folding mechanism - TRIGGER MECHANISM Two Stage trigger adjustable pull 1 to 2kg (2 to 4 lbs) - SAFETY Two way safety with bolt release lever - ACCESSORIES 3x Allen key Manual
|Caliber||308 WINCHESTER/7.62MM NATO|
|Barrel Length||24 BARREL|
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