Weatherby's Vanguard rifles are guaranteed to shoot a 3-shot group of .99" or less at 100 yards (SUB-MOA) from a cold barrel when used with Weatherby factory or premium ammunition. They feature a two-stage trigger (adjustable down to 2.5 lbs.), 3-position safety, one-piece machined bolt body, massive M16-style extractor, one-piece machined receiver, one-piece trigger guard and hinged floorplace. The bolt is machined with three gas ports that allow high-pressure gases to escape laterally in the event of a case rupture. This rifle features a matte blued finish on the metalwork, 24-inch barrel chambered for the 6.5 PRC cartridge, 3+1-round capacity and gray Griptonite synthetic stock. The receiver is drilled and tapped for the shooter's choice of mount or rings. Weatherby's Vanguard is simply the right choice for the shooter who demands long range performance from a rifle.
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