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Mark V rifles carry a wealth of features that enhance the shooter's experience. Light yet strong stocks, crisp Triggertech triggers, highly effective muzzle brakes and premium American-made barrels are just a few of these, all building on the legendary Mark V action. Originally designed as a 9-lug, push-feed action, the Mark V rises head and shoulders above other bolt-action rifles in a number of regards. First and foremost, it has long been considered the strongest action in the world built to harness the increased pressures of Roy Weatherby's signature cartridges. Another is the Mark V's lowest-in-class bolt rotation, clocking in at 54. Less rotation allows for quicker reloads and the ability to mount scopes as close to the bore as possible. The forged, one-piece bolt is fluted and has relief ports and a full shroud to protect the user in the case of an ammunition failure. A smooth and silent two-position safety also serves as a bolt lock. The Mark V rifle is guaranteed to shoot a 3-shot group of .99" or less at 100 yards (SUB-MOA) from a cold barrel when used with Weatherby factory or premium ammunition. TriggerTech's trigger provides true zero-creep break, extremely short over-travel, and is externally adjustable. No matter which Weatherby Mark V rifle you choose, you'll know it has been designed with purpose and for maximum performance. The Accumark features a fluted #3 contour barrel, and hand-laid fiberglass stock with aluminum bedding blocks. Built on both 6-Lug, 9-Lug, and left-handed Mark V receivers, the Accumark is one of the most customizable models in the Weatherby line. Ready to put holes through dimes at distance and knock large animals down fast, the most versatile performance hunting rifle on the market.
|Caliber||6.5-300 WBY MAG|
|Barrel Length||26 BARREL|
|Finish||BLACK WITH GRAY WEBBING|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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