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The Browning X-Bolt Hells Canyon Long Range rifle, chambered in the popular 6mm Creedmoor, with 26" barrel is for the hunter that doesn't shoot less than a 20 round box of ammo each year. Do you shoot all year long and love the sound of lead hitting steel at over a thousand yards away? Do you put in hours behind the trigger, practicing the fundamentals of marksmanship and learning to read the wind? Do you like the option to choose between established and proven cartridges as well the newest non-belted magnums that offer superior ballistic coefficients and velocities in a standard length action? This is the rifle for you.
The Browning X-Bolt Hells Canyon Long Range McMillan rifle, chambered in the popular 6mm Creedmoor, with 26" barrel is no ordinary X-Bolt, and it is not for the ordinary hunter. Putting the proven X-Bolt action into a McMillan Game Scout stock offers the long range shooter a platform so solid you now can concentrate on ammo and your mind to get the maximum accuracy. The stock is fitted with two quick detach (QD) cups for a sling, plus it has a single front swivel just for a bipod (not included). Game Scout Stock. This exceptional stock features a medium sized forend with straight comb butt stock. It offers a smooth transition for shooters used to a tactical stock that need a compact hunting stock.
Today's X-Bolt rifle inherits the strongest, most note-worthy features of its predecessors. The X-Bolt White Gold 6mm Creedmoor model has a Monte Carlo stock. This feature is recognized as the comb steps sharply down toward the heel of the buttstock, allowing more contact between the recoil pad of the stock and the shooter's shoulder. With this design, the recoil of the fired shell comes directly back or in-line with the stronger part of the inner shoulder, making the rifle more pleasant to shoot, especially when a long day at the range is expected.
Browning is delving into semi-custom rifle production with the new X-Bolt Pro 6mm Creedmoor. What classifies the X-Bolt Pro as a "semi-custom rifle" is the level of specialized finishing touches and higher end construction above the already top-tier X-Bolt family of hunting rifles. First, the X-Bolt Pro features a true carbon fiber stock, making it extremely lightweight and rigid. The stock is filled with a noise-dampening foam. Additionally, the Cerakote finish on the action and barrel is also on the exterior of the stock for added protection. The burnt bronze hue mutes the color of the stock for better concealability.
The Browning X-Bolt Stainless Stalker 6mm Creedmoor is anything but high maintenance. With a matte Stainless steel barrel and action, it will endure punishing weather and terrain and still give you the thoroughbred performance you can expect from a Browning rifle. This attractive and weather-resistant bolt action rifle is similar to the X-Bolt Composite model, except for a Stainless steel receiver, barrel and bolt. It has a comfortable palm swell for right-hand shooters, textured gripping surfaces for keeping your hands where they should be on the stock, even in wet and cold conditions.
The Browning X-Bolt Eclipse Target rifle, chambered in the popular 6mm Creedmoor, with 28" barrel comes with a Laminate thumbhole stock and raised cheek piece. The foreend is wide and flat on the bottom, for resting on a support, be it sandbags from the bench, or a backpack in the field. The Target version of the Eclipse features a 28" long fluted heavy bull barrel. Any remaining recoil untamed by the heavy barrel will be fully mitigated by the extremely effective muzzle brake. The forearm is designed with a large flat surface area to accommodate a rest or sandbags, with a fixed sling swivel for use with a bipod. The stock also has two QD swivel cups to accommodate a sling with detachable sling swivels.