Browning BAR ShortTrac .270 WSM Specs

posted on May 19, 2009

Browning BAR ShortTrac .270 WSM Specs

Manufacturer: Miroku Firearms Mfg. Co., 537-1 Shinohara-Nangoku City, Kochu Pref., Japan

Importer: Browning Arms Co. (Dept. AR), One Browning Place, Morgan, UT 84050; (800) 333-3288;

Caliber: 243 Win., .270 WSM (tested), 7 mm WSM, .308 Win., .300 WSM

Action Type: gas-operated, semi-automatic, center-fire rifle

Receiver: matte anodized aluminum

Barrel: 23", hammer-forged, blued steel

Rifling: seven-groove, 1:10" RH twist

Magazine: detachable box on hinged floorplate; three-round capacity.

Sights: none; receiver drilled and tapped for scope bases.

Trigger Pull: single-stage; 4 lbs.

Stock: European walnut: length of pull, 13 1/4"; drop at heel, 1 1/8"; drop at comb, 1 5/8".

Overall Length: 42 7/16"

Weight: 7 lbs., 5 ozs.

Accessories: six shims for adjusting stock dimensions, trigger lock

Suggested Retail Price: $965


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