Browning BAR Mark III 7MM-08 22" Walnut/Nickel
Caliber 7mm-08 Rem
Stock Finish Oiled Turkish Walnut
Barrel Length Range 22" to 22.99"
Sights None, Drilled&Tapped
Drop 7 / 8" @ Comb & 1 1 / 2" @ Heel
Length of Pull 13.75"
Max Capacity 4
Receiver Description Engraved
Receiver Finish Matte Nickel
Receiver Material Aluminum
Stock Finish Group Brown / Tan
Stock Material Wood
Weight 7.20 lbs
Barrel Description Hammer Forged
Barrel Finish Polished Blued
Barrel Length 22"
The Browning BAR line covers a wide range of tastes and has a long standing tradition for achieving bolt action like accuracy in an autoloading rifle. The gas system combined with a 7-lug rotary bolt give the shooting significant recoil reduction for comfort, while at the same time locking in bolt action-like accuracy. The action is surrounded by a recessed bolt face, which is encircled by the barrel and then surrounded by the receiver. Three complete rings of steel surround the cartridge. A seven-lug bolt and precise breech-to-chamber relationship give the BAR exceptional accuracy and the strength to handle magnum loads. The strong and very rigid action bar/inertia block link-up improves accuracy by reducing barrel vibration. The buffering system reduces wear and stress on the rifle's mechanism. The BAR also features a cross-bolt safety, single-stage trigger, hammer-forged steel barrel, detachable box magazine with a unique hinged floorplate and comes with a safety lock. This MK3 (Mark III) model features an engraved aluminum receiver, blued barrel, and oil Turkish walnut stock.
Ratings & Reviews
Bar Mark III 7mm-08
Recently purchased a BAR Mark III and have been working on sighting the rifle in. Unfortunate, little success in doing so. Two rounds together then two somewhere else on the paper. Had me all confused. Also during ejection the bullet end of casing is being bent/dented to where the shell casing can not be reloaded. Sending the rifle to Browning for review. Mack's Gun smith, Rusty, was great in helping me with understanding what might be wrong and then suggested contacting Brown. Correct answer, and Browning asked for me to ship the rifle back.