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Winchester X-150 Magnum .50 Cal. BP

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There were no problems with the X-150 Magnum, but we didn't like it as much as we did the Knight gun.

Winchester X-150 Magnum .50 Cal. BP

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The fit and finish of this rifle was very good, in our estimation, although the gray-fleck-finished stock was the least eye-pleasing of the rifles tested. The stock had a Monte Carlo cheekpiece, a palm swell, beavertail forend, and molded-in checkering at the forend and grip. The thick recoil pad was firmer than the Knight’s, but adequate. There were sling-swivel studs, and this was the only rifle in our test that came with a sling.
The gray-fleck-finished stock had a Monte Carlo cheekpiece, a palm swell, beavertail forend, and molded-in checkering at the forend and grip.
The fully adjustable fiber-optic sights were not as bright as the TruGlo sights on the Knight, but were adequate.
A slotted cup held a 209 shotshell primer.

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