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Weatherby Mark V Sporter .300 Weatherby

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We thought a few of the details could have been handled better, but this was a sound rifle.

Weatherby Mark V Sporter .300 Weatherby

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Racy lines, the three holes in the bolt, and the hard, glossy finish help identify the Weatherby Mark V at a glance. The trigger guard and floorplate are aluminum.
That big head on the end of the bolt serves to shield the shooter from escaping gas. We thought Weatherby's checkering left something to be desired.

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