Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Browning X-Bolt receives 2009 award

Browning firearms introduced the X-Bolt rifle in 1998, raising the standard in the bolt action centerfire market, a standard that Browning previously set with their reliable A-Bolt model. Browning just received the “Best In Class” award for 2009 in the centerfire rifle category by Gun Test magazine. Publisher Timothy Cole said, “We don’t accept any advertising so consumers have confidence that our picks are derived by firing test results and not by anything else.” X-Bolt features include a feather trigger, X-Lock scope mounting system, Bolt unlock button, 60-degree Bolt, Inflex recoil pad and Rotary In-Line feed magazine.

PhotoByJeffDennis: Browning bolts can also receive a custom engraving like on my A-Bolt

PhotoProvided: Browning X-Bolt gun

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