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T-Bolt Sporter AA Maple 17 HMR Bolt Action Rifle with Sporter Barrel

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Caliber: 17 HMR
Barrel Length: 22″
Overall Length: 40 1/4″
Length of Pull: 13 1/2″
Drop at Comb: 5/8″
Drop at Heel: 5/8″
Weight: 4lbs 14oz
Reciever Material: Steel
Reciver Finish: High Polished Finish
Barrel Contour: Medium Sporter
Barrel Finish: Blued Finish
Action: Straight Pull bolt Action
Adjustable Trigger: Yes
Stock Finish: Maple with Medium Walnut Stain
Drilled and Tapped for Scope Mounts: Yes

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Description

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.