The Browning X-Bolt Medallion is a premier hunting rifle designed for accuracy, reliability, and beauty. This model, chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, is a popular choice for hunters and shooters looking for a high-quality rifle that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Here are some of the X-Bolt Medallion's key features:
Accuracy: The X-Bolt Medallion features a precision rifled barrel that is free-floating, ensuring accuracy shot after shot. The adjustable Feather Trigger allows for a crisp, clean pull and can be customized to the shooter's preference.
Durability: The composite stock of the X-Bolt Medallion is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and rough handling in the field. It has a textured surface for a secure grip and features an Inflex recoil pad to reduce felt recoil.
Aesthetics: The X-Bolt Medallion has a beautiful high-gloss finish on the walnut stock, making it a stunning addition to any collection. The intricate scrollwork on the receiver and bolt knob adds to the overall elegance of the rifle.
Versatility: The X-Bolt Medallion is equipped with a 4-round detachable magazine that allows for quick and easy reloading, and it is drilled and tapped for the shooter's choice of mounts and scopes.
The 6.5 Creedmoor chambering of the X-Bolt Medallion is a great choice for hunters and long-range shooters alike. This cartridge is known for its flat trajectory, low recoil and exceptional accuracy. It is suitable for a variety of game, including deer, antelope and even elk.
This fine rifle is manufactured for Browning by the Miroku Corporation in Japan, continuing Browning's commitment to using quality materials and employing skilled craftsmen to produce rifles that are attractive, accurate and reliable.
The X-Bolt Medallion. A trusted companion on any hunting trip or range session.
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