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Browning White Gold Medallion .270

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The White Gold Medallion Browning had some of the most outstanding wood we've seen. The stock shape was pleasing, the rifle shot and handled very well, and the cost was a lot less than that of the Sako.

Browning White Gold Medallion .270

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The floorplate was "engraved" in a pleasing manner. This was machine done, but looked like the real thing. All the metalwork was finished white.
We thought the extras on this rifle were well done and the overall look was balanced, though unconventional.
Pressing the button in front of the trigger guard caused the entire magazine to come out with the floorplate. The box pulled easily off the floorplate, went back easily, and stayed there until you wanted it off. The magazine was easier to load out of the rifle than through the ejection port.
This, we believe, is hand done. It was superbly sharp and attractive, a great compliment to an attractive rifle.

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