New Browning X-Bolt Hell's Canyon Long Range McMillan Rifles

New Browning X-Bolt Hell's Canyon Long Range McMillan Rifles
Big game hunters in search of an accurate, long-range rifle need look no further than Browning and the new X-Bolt Hell’s Canyon Speed Long Range McMillan.

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This new rifle is designed for precision shooting at extended ranges. The foundation is the X-Bolt, a rifle renowned for its accuracy. The X-Bolt barreled action is fit to a McMillan Game Scout stock in the choice of A-TACS AU Camo® or Desert Carbon Ambush camouflage. This stock includes integrated aluminum bedding pillars, a comfortable vertical pistol grip with thumb shelf and a stable, medium width fore-end to make it an ultra-stable platform that is ideal for a long-range hunting rifle.

All X-Bolt Hell’s Canyon Speed Long Range McMillan rifles include a 26" heavy sporter contour fluted barrel that is free floated, hand chambered and has a target crown. A removable, threaded muzzle brake helps tame felt recoil and includes a thread protector for when the muzzle brake is not in use. 5/8"-24 TPI threading makes it simple to add a suppressor.

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MSRP for the right-hand X-Bolt Hell’s Canyon Speed Long Range McMillan rifle is $2,189.99 - $2,399.99 depending on caliber and camo pattern. Desert Carbon Ambush camo models are also available for left-handed shooters with an MSRP of $2,359.99 - $2,429.99.

Features:
• McMillan® Game Scout Stock with A-TACS AU Camo or Desert Carbon Ambush Camo and Dura Touch Armor Coating
• Adjustable Feather Trigger
• X-Lock Scope Mounting System
• Free-Floated Heavy Sporter Contour Fluted Barrel
• 60° Bolt Lift
• Extended Bolt Handle
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• Bolt Unlock Button
• Rotary Magazine
• Top-Tang Safety
• Personalized Bolt Engraving Available
• 20 MOA Picatinny Rail
• Picatinny Rail for Bipod Mounting (Desert Carbon Ambush camo models only)
• Pachmayr® Decelerator® Recoil Pad

For more information on Browning products, please visit www.browning.com.

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