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    Howa Ranchland Compack 223 Rifle

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    Product Description

    Howa Ranchland Compact 223 Rifle is a short truck gun that fits easily behind the seat of a pickup truck, on a quad or tucked into the cab of farm equipment. This rifle is lightweight and short, it swings easily and can be used in tight or awkward positions with ease, grabbed in a hurry for that quick shot.

    Howa Ranchland Compact 223 Rifle Features:

    • Hogue recoil pad
    • Hogue overmolded stock
    • Shaved receiver and hollow bolt handle
    • Two stage match trigger
    • One piece scope rail
    • Short action
    • Forged one piece bolt with two locking lugs
    • Color matched Nikko Stirling Nighteater 3-10x42 scope
    • Lightweight barrel
    Howa Ranchland Compact 223 Rifle Specifications:
    • Caliber: .223 Remington
    • Stock Color: Green
    • Barrel Length and Contour: 20 inch #1
    • Length of Pull: 13.87 inches
    • Overall Length: 40.25 inches
    • Weight: 8.75 lbs
    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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