Model 54

The Cooper Firearms Model 54 is a bolt-action hunting rifle available in ten sub-models and chambered in six different calibers.

The Model 54 uses a match grade barrel that ensures the rifle fires straight. It has a three-round detachable magazine and a single-stage trigger, which gives it a short trigger pull. Its bolt has three locking lugs, which locks it tightly in the housing, so the firing pin strikes the cartridge on mark. All the sub-models have a walnut stock except for the Phoenix and Excalibur, which have synthetic stocks.

Each sub-model has a specific purpose, but Cooper Firearms recommends Model 54 to hunt varmint, small and large game.

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