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Item #: BRN207209

Browning X Bolt Varmint Stalker 22-250 REM Rifle

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Product Description

The Browning X Bolt Varmint Stalker 22-250 REM Rifle is one of the most exciting bolt-action rifles ever designed. Features receiver steel, low luster matte blued finish, glass bedded and drilled and tapped for scope mounts. The 24 inch barrel is medium heavy, low luster blued finish, free floating and hand chambered with target crown. To round off this fine firearm, there is an adjustable feather trigger and detachable rotary magazine. The X Bolt Varmint Stalker has bolt action with 60 degree bolt lift, top tang safety and bolt unlock button. The composite stock and forearm with Dura-Touch Armor coating and textured gripping surfaces make this a durable, long lasting rifle. The X Bolt Varmint Stalker also features right hand palm swell, sling swivel studs installed and Inflex Technology recoil pad.


  • Action: Bolt
  • Caliber: 22-250 Remington
  • Barrel Length: 24 inch
  • Trigger: Adjustable
  • Safety: Top Tang
  • Stock: Black Composite
  • Finish: Blue

Mack's sells firearms in accordance with Federal, State, and Local laws regarding firearm transfer and ownership. To purchase firearms online, please check your local and state laws and then complete the steps listed in our instructional guide on How to Purchase a Firearm Online . Guns must be purchased separately from all other items and transferred through an FFL dealer (no international shipments). Most gun orders ship within 24 business hours of MPW’s receipt of all necessary paperwork.

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