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Browning T-Bolt Sporter Walnut/Blued 22 Mag

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Brand new Browning T-Bolt 22 magnum Sporter, Walnut stock blued
T-Bolt. The return of a legendary rimfire. We all remember the first time squeezing a trigger, usually consisting of simply plinking a few tin cans. For some of us, those first shots were from an original Browning T-Bolt, one of the most accurate, handy and easy-to-shoot rimfires ever produced. Those days can now be relived with today’s T-Bolt, a rifle every bit the equal of the original, with new features that put this unique rifle in a class by itself. The straight "T" bolt design lets you load and eject with a simple pull back and push forward. This system is unequaled among rimfires for raw bolt action speed -- nearly as fast as a semi-auto 22. But you retain all the accuracy advantages of a bolt action design. Today's T-Bolt has even more than the original.

Double Helix. When you use the classic straight-pull bolt-action design to chamber each cartridge they are fed from the new 10-round rotary Double Helix™ (patent pending) box magazine. No magazine is like the Double Helix. And no magazine is easier to load and more reliable at feeding.

Three lever trigger accuracy. The T-Bolt’s three-lever trigger offers a light, crisp break, and every barrel is free floating. For those of you who are serious about rimfire accuracy will appreciate the new T-Bolt Target/Varmint model. It features a walnut stock with raised Monte Carlo comb and a heavy varmint barrel designed to provide pinpoint accuracy that rivals many custom rimfires costing much more.

Receiver is machined from steel barstock. Features a classic crossbolt lockup, with an enlarged bolt handle pivot point moved forward for smoother action. Mainspring runs directly through the massive pivot pin. Cocking effort is split between opening and closing for ease of operation. One-piece dual extractor with integral spring and red cocking indicator band.

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