Gun Report

Core30 TAC II Rifle 14898 6.5 Creedmoor

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
An upgrade in power for the precision 3Gun competitor, the Core30 is a first-class match rifle. Commercial chamberings are currently limited, so consider that in your buying decision.

Core30 TAC II Rifle 14898 6.5 Creedmoor

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Home Defense
Surplus/Collectible
Recreational
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The Core30ís 20-inch-long fluted barrel was fit with a highly efficient muzzle brake. Heavy-grade hearing protection was called for as a result, but the brake provided the ability to stay on target with little muzzle rise.
One of the few components not made in house by Core was the Mapgul ACS buttstock. Storage was a bonus, and such compartments can also be used for ballast to balance the rifle.
Best of all, adjustments were locked into place by pushing the lever located just forward of the release upward until it was flush with the unit. Sling connection was limited to a single loop at the bottom.
The Core30ís L-shaped trigger was built for speed. So was the abbreviated and beveled magazine well. Note that the pins were threaded and non-rotating trigger and hammer pins for maximum security.

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