BROWNING BAR
BROWNING BAR

BROWNING BAR

SKU 31001224

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$1,119.99 In stock

Retail price: $1,279.99 You save: $160.00

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Product Information & Specs

Dubbed by Browning as the ultimate sporting autoloader the BAR Mark II was designed by Bruce Browning and set the standard for semi-automatic hunting rifles. The stock and forend are crafted from fine walnut with checkering and a high-gloss finish while the engraved ordinance steel receiver is precision machined and the barrel is hammer-forged. Other features of the BAR Mark II include a single stage trigger with a short and smooth pull a cross-bolt safety and a detachable box magazine with hinged floorplate.

Details

Action Semi Auto - Caliber 270 Win - Barrel Length 22 - Overall Length 43 - Length of Pull 13 34 - Drop at Comb 34 - Drop at Heel 1 18 - Weight 7 lbs 14 oz - Magazine Capacity 4 - Twist Rate 1 in 10 - Barrel Finish Polished Blued - Stock Finish Gloss - Wood Grade Grade I - Receiver Finish Polished Blued - Chamber Finish Chrome Plated Chamber - Barrel Material Steel - Barrel Contour Sporter - Stock Material Turkish Walnut - Recoil Pad Polymer - Checkering Cut 18 LPI - Sling Swivel Studs Steel Integral - Receiver Material Steel - Trigger Finish Gold Plated - Trigger Guard Finish Matte Black - Magazine Type Hinged Floorplate with Detachable Box - Trigger Material Alloy - Trigger Guard Material Alloy - Trigger Guard Engraving Buck Mark in Gold - Receiver Engraving Roll - Floor Plate Material Alloy - Drilled and Tapped for Scope Yes

UPC 023614286974
Caliber 270 WINCHESTER
Capacity 4 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 22 BARREL
Weight 7.5 LBS.
Finish BLUED













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