Colt Expands M2012 Rifle Line

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posted on January 15, 2014
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In conjunction with Cooper Firearms of Montana, Colt has expanded its M2012 bolt-action rifle line. Two new models-the M2012MT308T and M2012LT308G/M2012LT260G-follow their predecessor in the line, the M2012SA308.

All M2012 models feature a custom fluted, match grade barrel and a single stage, adjustable Timney trigger. A signed, serial numbered and dated test target is included with each rifle as a testament to its accuracy.

The M2012MT308T, offered in .308 Winchester, is designed with the shooter’s comfort in mind, making it ideal for long sessions at the range. It’s ruggedness and accuracy also make it a great choice for experienced hunters.

The second new addition to the M2012 family is available to the market in two calibers. The M2012LT308G is chambered in .308 Winchester and the M2012LT260G is chambered in .260 Remington. It is designed to help any hunter take their trophy buck with ease and hit the mark at the range.

See some of the new M2012 rifles for yourself by checking out the video embedded below.

For more information, go to ColtMfg.com.

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