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Thompson Center Venture Predator No. 5468 22-250 Remington

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B+ as a high-volume benchrest rifle, but A- for hunting on foot. Our team gave it high marks for efficiency and overall value.

Thompson Center Venture Predator No. 5468 22-250 Remington

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The lightweight Venture Predator was a great rifle for trekking the field. The Swarovski scope offered up to four preset distances for making a quick change in elevation. Teamed with a first-class range finder like our HD Pro Staff Nikon 550, shooters should make quick work of any varmints they come across in the open range. This is the 550 unit in Realtree APG camo (#8370, $230), but there’s a Realtree Max1 camo version to match the Predator rifle (#8368, $330).
The Realtree Max1 camouflage application included the two-piece scope mount applied at the factory.
Bolt action was quick and smooth, and the trigger was predictable and crisp. The three-lug bolt integrated the ejector and extractor.

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