NRA Gun of the Week: Browning X-Bolt Hell’s Canyon Speed Rifle

posted on February 4, 2017

Built around the X-Bolt action, the Browning Hell’s Canyon Speed can ring steel at long range or make the climb with you up a mountain. The stock features Browning’s Western-palette A-TACS camouflage, weighs just 6.5 lbs., handles great and has a generous rubber pad to dampen felt recoil. The rifle’s barreled action wears a burnt bronze Cerakote finish that's durable, yet it is undeniably cool.

For more about this rifle check out our NRA Gun of the Week video, then visit browning.com.


Specifications:
Model: Hell’s Canyon Speed
Manufacturer: Browning
Chambering: .30-’06 Sprg.
Action Type: bolt-action center-fire rifle
Barrel: 22”; steel
Finish: Burnt Bronze Cerakote
Stock: composite; A-TACS camouflage finish
Sights: none; drilled-and-tapped receiver
Magazine: four-round detachable box
Trigger: adjustable, 4-lb., 1-oz. pull
Weight: 6 lbs., 9 ozs.
MSRP: $1,200

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