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The Winchester Model 70 Coyote Light is a bolt action rifle touted for its light weight and versatility. It features a Bell and Carlson vented composite stock with aluminum bedding block and Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad drilled and tapped matte blued steel receiver light varmint contour cold hammer forged steel 24 free-floating and fluted barrel and M.O.A. trigger system. This rifle can operate in temperatures ranging from -50F to 140F
Action Bolt - Caliber 22-250 Rem - Capacity 5+1 - Finish Stainless - Stock Textured Black Synthetic - Twist 110 - Barrel Length 24" - Overall Length 44" - Weight 7 lb 8 oz - Most varmint guns are easily recognized by their heavy barrels bipod mounting studs and long range scopes but they are far from being equal. The new Winchester Coyote Light is the rifle to take along for varmint and target shooting fun. It has been carefully trimmed of any unnecessary bulk but is no lightweight when it comes to performance. The matte-blued receiver and medium-heavy fluted stainless barrel mount into a skeletonized aluminum bedding block that is set in a lightweight carbon fiberfiberglass composite Bell and Carlson stock for superb accuracy. Flow-through vents on the fore-end reduce weight and help cool the barrel during long strings of fire. A Pachmayr Decelerator pad helps soak up recoil. Available in standard short action and WSM calibers.
|Barrel Length||24" BARREL|
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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