Browning X-bolt Micro Midas: A Good Gun For Women

posted on January 16, 2013
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Browning's X-BOLT provides a rifle design that is accurate straight out of the box, and is surprisingly lightweight. The X-BOLT Micro Midas is not only lightweight, but also has a Compact 12 1/2-inch stock length of pull for smaller shooters, making this a premium option for female shooters.

If buying this gun for a youth shooter, there is the helpful option of the Growth Insurance Program. This bolt-action rifle comes in a satin-finish stock, and features sling swivel studs installed and an Inflex Technology recoil pad.

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