The BL-22 Grade II from Browning is a sleek, accurate and reliable lever action rifle that's perfect for hunting, target shooting, or plinking. With its .22 Long Rifle chambering, classic design, excellent build quality and top-notch accuracy, the BL-22 Grade II is a rifle that you'll be proud to own and shoot for years to come.
One of the unique features of the BL-22 is its lever action design, which offers a smooth and quick cycling of the rifle. This makes it easy to shoot quickly and accurately, whether you're shooting from a bench rest or offhand. The rifle's tubular magazine holds 15 rounds of .22LR ammunition, allowing you to shoot for extended periods without needing to reload.
The BL-22 Grade II also features a straight Grade II walnut stock with fine cut checkering, giving it a classic and elegant appearance. The receiver and barrel are polished blued, adding to the rifle's overall look of quality and craftsmanship.
The adjustable rear sight and gold bead front sight are both highly visible and easy to use, making it simple to quickly acquire your target and make accurate shots. Additionally, the crossbolt safety provides an added level of security when handling the rifle.
As for accuracy, the BL-22 Grade II has been widely praised for its outstanding performance. With the right ammunition and shooting technique, this rifle is capable of producing tight groups at ranges up to 100 yards.
In short, the BL-22 Grade II from Browning is an accurate, reliable and beautifully designed lever action rifle that's perfect for hunting, target shooting, or just plinking. Its exceptional accuracy, classic styling and quality construction make it a rifle that you'll be proud to own and shoot for years to come.
Whether you're a seasoned shooter or just getting started, the BL-22 Grade II .22 caliber lever action rifle is a great choice.
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