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    Default Browning X-Bolt

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    Detachable rotary magazine. Bolt lock button. New trigger. New scope mounts. Still a 60 degree bolt lift.
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    • Feather Trigger System
    • Bolt Unlock Button
    • X-Lock Scope Mounting System
    • Inflex Technology Recoil Pad
    • Available in most popular long and short action calibers including WSM
    The sleek new Browning X-Bolt takes bolt-action centerfire rifle performance to a whole new level.
    At the heart of the X-Bolt is the innovative, all-new Feather Trigger Systemô, a three-lever design that offers a crisp, clean pull with no take-up, or creep and minimal overtravel. Fully adjustable and factory pre-set at just 3-1/2 pounds, the Feather Trigger features precise, hard chromed steel components contained in a durable alloy housing. Unlike competitors' triggers with secondary fingerpiece levers, the Feather Trigger is designed right, feels right and stays right year after year.
    The new X-Bolt also offers a unique unlock button on the bolt handle that allows you to remove a cartridge from the chamber while the top-tang safety remains in the on-safe position. A new detachable, rotary-design polymer magazine offers reliable feeding as each cartridge moves into perfectly centered alignment with the chamber.
    The X-Bolt features the new X-Lockô scope mounting system, offering four screws per scope base instead of the more typical two screws for more accurate base alignment and twice the holding power.
    The X-Bolt still has all the great features you've come to expect on a Browning rifle, like a fast 60-degree bolt lift, a premium-quality, free floating, air-gauged barrel with recessed target crown, a receiver that's glass bedded front and rear and a comfortable Inflex Technology recoil pad.
    If you want the latest in bolt-action rifle technology, combined with modern styling and the incredible right out of the box custom rifle accuracy that make Browning rifles the standard of performance the world over, check out the new Browning X-Bolt.
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    Sounds like the same trigger as the new winny.
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    "Polymer clip" - Sounds like plastic to me. I really like the clip browning has on the A-Bolt. I wouldn't want a plastic clip on a hunting rifle.

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