Browning X-Bolt 6.5 Creedmoor Comp Stalker ND

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$1,199.99
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35496282

Product Overview

All Business. No Nonsense. The X-Bolt Composite Stalker isn't flashy . . . but it is durable, accurate, well-thought-out, and has all the elegant lines and curves you'll find on its "prettier" siblings. Most importantly it is capable of the overall exceptional accuracy that has caused the A-bolt to be compared with custom guns costing thousands more. 

Composite works harder. More and more hunters are turning to composite-stocked firearms for many reasons. Probably the biggest is that they no longer want to bang up that pretty Walnut stock. The X-Bolt Composite Stalker is an excellent rifle choice for deer hunting in conditions where a hunter may not wish to take the traditional Walnut stocked rifle. The X-Bolt Composite Stalker's stock is made from tough, Composite material that can take a beating. Don't think it would be slippery, unattractive or uncomfortable to fire. The stock is textured for a secure grip from forearm to pistol grip. It also has a comfortable palm swell. The black stock -- with a tint of gray -- has perhaps the most rugged appearance and performance of any Browning composite stock ever.

Finished to perfection. The barrel, bolt, and receiver are also finished in a flat, durable non-glare surface. This is a rifle with all the deluxe features of the X-Bolt family, but rugged enough for the demanding hard-core deer, elk, and sheep hunters.

Features:

- The X-Bolt is free-floated by bedding the front and rear of the action for stability and to help maintain barrel to stock spacing for consistent accuracy. A recessed muzzle crown helps protect the rifling from damage.

- For precise shooting in the field or off the bench, there’s absolutely no substitute for a good, predictable trigger. The X-Bolt’s new three-lever Feather Trigger provides a clean, crisp pull with no take-up or creep and minimal overtravel. The trigger is screw adjustable from 3 to 5 lbs. and factory pre-set at approximately 3 1/2 lbs. An alloy trigger housing contains the hard chromed steel components that are highly polished on all critical contact surfaces. Precise engagement angles mean the X-Bolt Feather Trigger feels light and right and stays that way through many thousands of rounds. Unlike competitors’ triggers with secondary fingerpiece levers, the Feather Trigger is designed right, from the very start.

- Securely mounted optics are essential to the accuracy and precision of any rifle. To ensure the new X-Bolt rifle has the most stable mount possible, it features the X-Lock scope mounting system. The X-Lock system uses four screws per base, replacing the traditional two-screw system. The benefits are obvious, with the scope bases being secured at all four corners rather than only held at the center of the base. This allows for more accurate placement of the bases on the receiver. This revolutionary X-Lock system holds the base tighter to the rifle than ever before.  

- The new Inflex Technology recoil pad is the most comfortable, effective pad available. That's because Inflex Technology is more than a mass of recoil absorbing material, the innovation is engineered into the pad. Underneath the material, an internal skeleton has been designed using the concept of directional deflection. When a Browning with the Inflex recoil pad is fired, the pad collapses, but instead of simply moving to the rear, directional ribs pull the comb down and away from your face for even greater shooting comfort and faster follow-ups.

- The bolt unlock button is a feature found on the Browning X-Bolt and the AB3 bolt action rifles. It works in conjunction with the top-tang safety to provide an added measure of safety during checking and unloading of the chamber. Conveniently located on top of the bolt lever, the bolt unlock button allows the bolt to be unlocked and opened with the safety in the on safe position. The safety blocks the trigger sear and features a firing pin block for added safety. This feature is likely one of the most understated and under appreciated of Browning features until you actually use it. Then it becomes an integral part of the use and operation of your rifle.

- A 60º bolt is something you want. Browning X-Bolt, A-Bolt and AB3 rifles have a short 60° bolt lift. Many competitors' rifles incorporate a 90° bolt lift that is not only slower and cumbersome but places the bolt near or on the rifle's scope, making the bolt more difficult to operate. The 60° bolt lift has been a hallmark of Browning bolt action rifles for over three decades.

- X-Bolt Magazines. They are constructed from a durable lightweight polymer, the magazine is designed to feed cartridges directly in-line with the bolt, instead of offset as with traditional leaf-spring magazines, for a straight shot right into the chamber. An ergonomic magazine-mounted release lets the magazine rotate directly downward and into your hand. The magazine sits flush with the bottom of the rifle for a sleeker appearance. Additional magazines can be kept loaded and carried in your pocket or pack for easy access.

Specs:

Action Length: Short Action Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor
Barrel Length: 22" Overall Length: 42"
Length of Pull: 13 5/8" Drop at Comb: 11/16"
Drop at Heel: 1/2" Weight: 6 lbs 5 oz
Magazine Capacity: 4 Twist Rate: 8"
Barrel Finish: Matte Blued Stock Finish: Non-Glare Composite Finish
Receiver Finish: Matte Blued Chamber Finish: Polished
Barrel Material: Steel Barrel Contour: Sporter
Stock Material: Composite Recoil Pad: Inflex 1, Small
Pistol Grip Cap: None Checkering: Textured Grip Panels
Sling Swivel Studs: Matte Blued Receiver Material: Steel
Trigger Finish: Gold Plated Bolt Slide Finish: High Gloss
Magazine Type: Detachable Trigger Material: Alloy
Trigger Guard Material: Alloy Trigger Guard Engraving: Buck Mark in Gold
Floor Plate Material: Composite Drilled and Tapped for Scope: Yes

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