The Browning A-Bolt Micro Hunter, Left-Hand is a bolt-action hunting and target-shooting rifle chambered in .22 Hornet and .243 Win. The Micro Hunter, Left-Hand is identical to the standard Micro Hunter in that it has a short barrel except for the bolt handle being on the left side, of course. It is also easier for smaller and younger shooters to handle.
Features include a free-floated barrel, Browning’s Top Tang safety, which places the safety on the back of the pistol grip or where the action-hand’s thumb naturally falls. The bolt itself requires a short 60-degree lift. And, it has an adjustable 4-pound trigger.
Browning recommends the Micro Hunter, Left-Hand for plinking and small game and large game.
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