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The Maxus II shares the same foundational design and performance features that have made the original Maxus so revered and includes an array of new refinements that will give you the edge in the field and in competition. It utilizes Power Drive an efficient gas operation system. It helps reduce recoil and offers excellent reliability with a wide range of factory ammunition. A more adjustable stock screwon magazine cap enhanced grip an enhanced trigger guard and improved shooting comfort are a few of the features of the Maxus II and contribute to the sleek revised styling. An Inflex Technology recoil pad and SoftFlex cheek pad combine to further reduce the recoil you feel while Brownings Reactar G3 shoulder pad increases shooting comfort. The Maxus II also features Lightning trigger nickel Teflon coating chrome chamber and bore TurnKey Magazine Plug and backbored technology. It ships in a durable ABS case that is perfect for transportation and storage.
|Barrel Length||28 BARREL|
|Finish||MOSSY OAK ORIGINAL BOTTOMLAND|
|Receiver Material||ALUMINUM ALLOY|
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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