SHOT Show 2017: Browning X-Bolt Target McMillan Rifle

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posted on February 2, 2017
Browning's X-Bolt platform has become synonymous with bolt-action hunting rifles since the line was introduced in 2008, with about two dozen variations in its catalog. Now Browning has introduced a target/tactical model designed for long-range shooting, the X-Bolt Target McMillan. And yes, that's a U.S. Marine-proven A3-5 McMillan stock it's sporting. Learn more in this video from SHOT Show 2017's range day. For more information, visit Browning.com.




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