Browning launches Micro Stalker model in AB3 Rifle series

The AB3 Micro Stalker model offers a smaller build for shooters of small stature. (Photo: Browning)

The AB3 Micro Stalker model offers a smaller, lighter weight build. (Photo: Browning)

Browning continues to innovate on its AB3 rifle line, dropping the new Micro Stalker model designed for smaller stature shooters.

The Micro Stalker features a 13-inch length of pull paired with a black composite stock perfectly sized for shooters with shorter reach to comfortably achieve a proper firing stance. The free floated 22-inch barrel reduces weight on the model, offering better maneuverability and rifle handling.

The new AB3 model features the same attributes as its regular sized siblings including a 60 degree bolt lift, detachable box magazine, Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad and tang safety. Both the steel receiver and barrel boast a matte blued finish.

The new rifle model is available in short action calibers .243 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor, 7mm-08 Rem. and .308 Win.

The new model is eligible for Browning’s Growth Insurance Program which allows Micro and Midas style firearms to grow with shooters. Under the program, new owners are eligible to purchase full-size stocks at 50 percent off the retail price.

The AB3 Micro Stalker is currently available with a MSRP of $599.99.

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