The Browning SA-22 Grade I is a classic and reliable semi-automatic rifle that is perfect for target shooting, plinking, and small game hunting. Its sleek design, .22 Long Rifle chambering and smooth operation make it a popular choice among gun enthusiasts.
The SA-22 Grade I is chambered for .22 Long Rifle and has a 10-round capacity. Its takedown design allows for easy transportation and storage, while the crossbolt safety ensures safe operation. The semi-auto action and bottom ejection provide smooth and reliable cycling of the rifle.
The receiver and barrel of the SA-22 Grade I are made of steel with a polished blued finish, providing durability and an elegant look. The barrel is also drilled and tapped for scope mounts, allowing for easy attachment of mounts and optics.
The gloss finish Grade I walnut stock of the SA-22 Grade I is checkered for a secure grip and features a Schnabel forearm for added comfort and control. The gold bead front sight and adjustable rear sight provide accurate and precise aiming.
In terms of accuracy, the SA-22 Grade I is a reliable and consistent shooter. Its semi-auto action and smooth cycling make it easy to shoot accurately, while the gold bead front sight and adjustable rear sight allow for precise aiming.
Browning's SA-22 Grade I is a well-crafted rifle that is built to last and perform. Whether you are a seasoned shooter or a beginner, this .22 caliber rifle is sure to impress with its reliable operation, smooth cycling and accuracy.
In short, it is a rifle that you will be proud to own and pleased to shoot.
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|Caliber||22 Long Rifle|
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