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Old April 9th, 2014, 07:15 AM   #1
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Wood/matte finished browning a bolt 270wsm with Nikon buckmasters 4.5x14x40 with adjustable bell. Comes with brand new soft case and about 10-12 rounds of Winchester xp3 ballistic tip 150gr. Gun is very accurate no problems just need the money. 550 obo text only please or pm . 9893905150
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I love my a bolt in 300wsm. I have no issues keeping 1/2" 5 shot groups at 100 yards with it. Great gun glws!
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That's a really nice gun at a really good price. I have an X-Bolt and love it. Like Chad said, accuracy is superb, it's 1 MOA or less to 300 yards
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I have two other a bolts and just got a new xbolt in a 270 wsm. Absolutely love these guns Brownings bolt is very hard to beat. Only reason for selling this one is because I got the new x bolt in the same version.
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Which do you prefer a bolt or x? I've got a 7mm mag now and was looking into an 06 but don't know which model
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I like x bolt because they are lighter and come with adjustable trigger from factory. You don't go wrong with either one though. Browning is nothing but quality.
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