Chambered for the .300 Win Mag cartridge, this Browning X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten delivers exceptional accuracy and performance in the most challenging hunting and shooting environments. With its advanced features, rugged construction and precision engineering, it is the ultimate companion for hunters and shooters who demand nothing but the best.
Here are some of the key features of this exceptional rifle:
Superior Accuracy: The X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten is built for precision. Its 26" heavy sporter contour barrel is free-floated and hand-chambered to ensure outstanding accuracy. The rifle's exceptional barrel harmonics and precise rifling contribute to its remarkable shot-to-shot consistency, enabling you to place your shots with utmost precision, even at extended ranges.
Tungsten Cerakote Finish: The X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten features a durable tungsten Cerakote finish on the barrel and action. This rugged coating provides excellent corrosion resistance and enhances the rifle's durability in harsh weather conditions. The attractive tungsten color adds a touch of style to the rifle, making it stand out in any hunting or shooting situation.
Carbon Fiber Stock: The X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten boasts a lightweight foam filled carbon fiber stock that combines strength and comfort. The stock's ergonomic design ensures a comfortable and secure grip, allowing for optimal control and stability during each shot. The carbon fiber construction also helps reduce weight, making the rifle easy to carry on long hunts without sacrificing durability.
Adjustable Trigger: Browning's adjustable Feather Trigger system allows you to customize the trigger pull to suit your preferences. With a clean break and minimal overtravel, the Feather Trigger provides a crisp and consistent pull, enhancing accuracy and shot control. Adjust the trigger to your desired weight and experience a smooth and reliable trigger pull every time.
Threaded Muzzle: The X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten comes with a threaded muzzle and Recoil Hawg muzzle brake, which, by reducing recoil and muzzle rise, allows faster follow-up shots and improves shooting comfort. The provided brake may be changed to another brake or even a suppressor to adapt the rifle to your specific shooting needs.
X-Lock Scope Mounting System: The X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten incorporates Browning's innovative X-Lock scope mounting system, ensuring a secure and precise connection between the rifle and the optic. The drilled and tapped receiver requires four screws per base, thus eliminating movement or loss of zero, and guaranteeing that your scope stays locked in place, even under the harshest conditions.
As for accuracy, the X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten delivers exceptional accuracy, allowing you to consistently hit your target with precision. The combination of the heavy sporter contour barrel, precise rifling and free-floating design ensures superb shot-to-shot consistency and tight groupings. Whether you're shooting at the range or pursuing game in the field, the X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten performs.
In short, the Browning X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten is a versatile and dependable choice for hunters and shooters. So get your hands on one soon and enjoy unmatched precision and confidence in the field.
|Manufacturer Part Number||035540229|
|Caliber||300 Winchester Magnum|
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