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Browning A-Bolt Composite Stalker 30-06 Springfield

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At $640 this Japanese-made rifle is a more intelligent buy than the Beretta. You get adequate rifle for your money, a good-looking and solid unit with a bolt lift of only 60 degrees, a smooth bolt, superb trigger, and decent accuracy. We loved the safety, right on top of the wrist and, overall, we liked the A-Bolt a lot.

Browning A-Bolt Composite Stalker 30-06 Springfield

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Note the angled bolt head, to give a bit more leverage when opening the 60-degree bolt. We really liked the tang safety. Trigger guard and floorplate were of aluminum alloy. The release button is outside the trigger guard.
The Browning's magazine is easily detached from the floorplate. The rifle had very clean lines, good finish, and adequate performance. We liked it.

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