Browning A-Bolt Hunter vs Browning T-Bolt Sporter Composite
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Bolt Rifles Descriptions
Browning A-Bolt Hunter
This rifle features a raised cheekpiece or comb which you can see in the profile above. This helps to direct recoil into the shoulder area and get the shooter's line-of-sight lined quickly with the scope. This rifle features a fine low-luster bluing on the barrel and receiver with a satin-finished walnut stock. It also bears the logo of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation on the grip cap. This is a tribute to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and a percentage of sales from this rifle goes to help support habitat, range, health and studies of elk throughout the United States.
Browning T-Bolt Sporter Composite
Receiver - Steel Blued finish Drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Barrel - Medium sporter Blued finish Free floating Semi-match chamber Recessed crown.Action - Straight pull bolt-action Top-tang safety Adjustable trigger.Stock - Composite Matte black Spare magazine storage compartment in buttplate.Features - Sling swivel studs installed Scope not included.