Weatherby Mark V RC

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posted on January 16, 2014
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The new Weatherby Mark V ultra-lightweight RC rifle comes with a SUB-MOA guarantee, which is a three-shot group of .99-inch or less, as well as a factory-shot target signed by company President Ed Weatherby. The gun features a stainless steel blackened barrel that’s fluted to reduce weight, and full-length aluminum bedding block in the stock. The gun weighs about 5 3/4 pounds (standard action) and 6 3/4 pounds (magnum action), making it an ideal rifle to carry up into the mountains for long-range shooting. The rifle retails from $2,400 to $2,600, depending on options. Get a look at the rifle in the video below, and for more information, visit Weatherby.com.

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