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Fulton Armory FN Special Police Rifle .308 Win. (Dec 2001 Grade A)

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The FN Police rifle had a nearly classic-contoured stock, detachable magazine, and outstanding accuracy. This rifle was a bargain compared with the previously tested super-accurate heavy-barrel .308s by Robar and Autauga, and .300 Dakota from Dakota, and delivered equal accuracy.

Fulton Armory FN Special Police Rifle .308 Win. (Dec 2001 Grade A)

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Law Enforcement
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Weight Unloaded
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A ring of checkering made the bolt easier to grab with slippery fingers. The four-round magazine came out and went back in easily, and stayed in place. Stock contours were comfortable.
The action was a Winchester Model 70, with adjustable trigger, easily reached bolt release lever, and controlled feed. The trigger guard was aluminum.
The bolt face shows the slanted lugs necessary with the easy-feeding cone breech design of the Winchester action. Note the huge controlled-feed extractor.
Yep, that's a ring of chrome plate protruding from the nicely crowned muzzle. SWAT teams will like this rifle's low cost, great performance, and easy maintenance.
This rifle’s metal was Parkerized in matte black. The gray H-S Precision Pro-Series stock was very comfortable for all our shooters, and the buttstock was fitted with a non-slip rubber buttpad.

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