Winchester Adds to XPR Rifle Line

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posted on July 17, 2017
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Winchester Repeating Arms has added several new offerings to its bolt-action XPR rifle line. 

New for 2017 is the XPR Hunter Mountain Country Range model. It features a polymer stock in the new Mossy Oak Mountain Country Range camo. Other features found on the XPR include a M.O.A. trigger system, Perma-Cote matte blued metal surfaces to minimize glare, detachable box magazine, steel recoil lug, two-position thumb safety and Inflex Technology Recoil Pad. It is available in many popular calibers from .243 Win. to .338 Win. Mag. Barrel length for short-action caliber rifles is 22", short magnum and standard long action is 24" and long action magnum calibers is 26". Average weight is 6¾ to 7¼ lbs. MSRP: $599.99

Winchester Repeating Arms has also added two new XPR Hunter Compact models. The XPR Hunter Compact will be offered in popular short-action calibers from .243 Win. to .325 WSM short magnum calibers. MSRP is $549.99. The new XPR Hunter Compact Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camo version is offered in the same calibers with an MSRP of $599.99. Both rifles offer a shorter, 13" length of pull that optimizes them for younger shooters and those with a smaller stature. Average weight is 6 ½ to 6 ¾ lbs. Barrel lengths are 20" on short-action standard calibers and 22" on WSM calibers.

Features:
-M.O.A. Trigger System
-Bolt unlock button
-Nickel Teflon on bolt body
-Detachable box magazine
-Advanced polymer stock
-Compact models feature shorter 13" length of pull
-Perma-Cote matte black metal surfaces
-Inflex Technology Recoil Pad
-Steel recoil lug
-Receiver is machined from solid steel bar stock
-Two-position thumb safety
-Button-rifled, free-floated steel barrel
-Recessed target crown

For more information visit winchesterguns.com

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