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.
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.
|Caliber||338 Win. Mag.|
|Action Type||Long Action|
|Nominal Overall Length||46 3/4"|
|Nominal Length of Pull||13 5/8"|
|Nominal Drop at Comb||5/8"|
|Nominal Drop at Heel||1/2"|
|Weight||7 lbs. 1 oz.|
|Rate of Twist||1 turn in 10"|
|Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System||BOSS|
|Wood Finish||Gloss Finish|