On behalf of smaller framed gun owners everywhere, “Thank you, Browning,” for being the first in the industry to create a lighter weight rifle. Let’s face it, not all hunters are built the same, so sometimes less is more when it comes to the size or your hunting rifle. Whether you’re packing your rifle up and down hillsides, through deep forests and thick brush or walking through a grassy meadow, why not carry the rifle designed specifically for your stature? The Micro Hunter is also great to use as a secondary gun, for those sticky situations when you may need a smaller rifle to take the shot. The Micro Hunter may have a shortened length-of-pull and a lighter weight, but it’s still made with the same quality and accuracy as the rest of the guns in Browning’s X-Bolt line. So if you’re looking for a lighter weight, hard-hitting mountain rifle, then give a round of applause to Browning and pick one up today. You won’t be sorry. ~
Browning X-Bolt and A-Bolt rifles have a short 60° bolt lift. Many competitors' rifles incorporate a 90° bolt lift that is not only slower and cumbersome but places the bolt near or on the rifle's scope, making the bolt more difficult to operate.
The muzzle of the barrel is specially machined to protect the rifling, therefore preserving and protecting accuracy. This is a critical feature on any barrel. If riflings are damaged in any way, especially at the muzzle, accuracy suffers and it is often difficult to determine the cause.
For precise shooting in the field or off the bench, there’s absolutely no substitute for a good, predictable trigger. The X-Bolt’s new three-lever Feather Trigger provides a clean, crisp pull with no take-up or creep and minimal overtravel. The trigger is screw adjustable from 3 to 5 lbs. and factory pre-set at approximately 3 1/2 lbs. An alloy trigger housing contains the hard chromed steel components that are highly polished on all critical contact surfaces. Precise engagement angles mean the X-Bolt Feather Trigger feels light and right and stays that way through many thousands of rounds. Unlike competitors’ triggers with secondary fingerpiece levers, the Feather Trigger is designed right, from the very start.
Detachable Rotary Magazine
An all new detachable rotary magazine is incorporated into the X-Bolt. Constructed from a durable lightweight polymer, the magazine is designed to feed cartridges directly in-line with the bolt, instead of offset as with traditional leaf-spring magazines, for a straight shot right into the chamber. An ergonomic magazine-mounted release lets the magazine rotate directly downward and into your hand. The magazine sits flush with the bottom of the rifle for a sleeker appearance. Additional magazines can be kept loaded and carried in your pocket or pack for easy access.
Bolt Unlock Button
The bolt unlock button works in conjunction with the top-tang safety to provide an added measure of safety during checking and unloading of the chamber. Conveniently located on top of the bolt lever, the bolt unlock button allows the bolt to be unlocked and opened with the safety in the on safe position. The safety blocks the trigger sear and features a firing pin block for added safety.
The new Inflex Technology recoil pad is the softest pad on any autoloader. More than a mass of recoil absorbing material, it has been engineered with directional deflection to pull the comb down and away from the face of the shooter with every shot for even greater comfort and faster follow-up shooting.
|Model||X-Bolt Micro Hunter|
|Action Type||Short Action|
|Nominal Overall Length||39 1/2"|
|Nominal Length of Pull||13 5/16"|
|Nominal Drop at Comb||11/16"|
|Nominal Drop at Heel||1/2"|
|Weight||6 lbs. 2 oz.|
|Rate of Twist||1 turn in 12"|
|Metal Finish||Low-Luster Blued Finish|
|Wood Finish||Satin Finish|
|Awesome little cannom|
|If you are looking for a lightweight, easy to carry rifle that's adequate for hunting hogs, whitetail and mule deer, antelope, and elk then this is the rifle. It's light, easy to operate, and extemely accurate. I would recommend this for any small statured hunter. It's a beautiful looking rifle, too.|