Nosler Announces Limited Edition M48 Independence Day Rifle

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posted on June 26, 2017
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Nosler is offering a small run of 25, Limited Edition, Model 48 Independence Day Rifles with some distinct and patriotic features. The rifle will be chambered in the all-new 22 Nosler cartridge with a Kryptek Highlander dipped synthetic stock and features a threaded muzzle, making it ready for a brake or a suppressor. Laser-engraved in the floorplate, the motto “We the People” sits above an engraved American flag for an added touch of American spirit.

Nosler’s M48 action is built to provide a rigid platform for the utmost in tack-driving accuracy. The bolt rides smoothly on precisely machined action rails, while the front of the receiver is faced perfectly square to true up with the mirror-smooth, match grade 24” stainless steel barrel.

Specifications:

  • Nosler Model 48 Custom Action
  • Stainless Match Grade 24” Barrel
  • Glass & Aluminum Pillar Bedding
  • Hinged Floorplate
  • 2-Position Rocker Safety
  • Timney Trigger
  • Cerakote All-Weather Finish
  • Guaranteed M.O.A. Accuracy with prescribed Nosler Ammunition
  • 1/2-28 Threaded Muzzle (Protective cap included)

MSRP: $1,995

For more information visit nosler.com

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