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Anschutz 1710 D Kl .22 LR

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European styling? Or something else? The roll-over cheekpiece didn't catch our eye, but was thoroughly comfortable. We loved the wood, workmanship, and the amazing accuracy of this full-size, 7-pound rimfire. The trigger made it easy to hit things, with a scope or with the iron sights. We thought this was a nice rifle.

Anschutz 1710 D Kl .22 LR

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We didn't care for the safety, which moved downward into a recess in the stock and required an odd motion to take off. The magazine release was easier to work than the Cooper's. This rifle was very comfortable for offhand shooting.
The adorned pistol-grip cap seemed to call for a forend tip, but there was not one there. The well-done skip-line checkering ran over a palm swell for right-handers. Lefties would be lost on this rifle, mostly because of the roll-over cheek piece. Stock and metal finish were excellent. Bolt twist was about 45 degrees.

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