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Browning X-Bolt (series)


Bolt-Action Hunting / Sport Shooting Rifle


United States | 2023



"The Browning X-Bolt series of bolt-action hunting rifles offers a plethora of models, finishes and accessories to suit even the most picky of hunters."

Performance
Performance specifications presented assume optimal operating conditions for the Browning X-Bolt (series). Information presented is strictly for general reference and should not be misconstrued as useful for hardware restoration or operation.
12
Rounds-Per-Minute
Rate-of-Fire
Physical
The physical qualities of the Browning X-Bolt (series). Information presented is strictly for general reference and should not be misconstrued as useful for hardware restoration or operation.
1,168 mm
45.98 in
O/A Length
660 mm
25.98 in
Barrel Length
10.54 lb
4.78 kg
Weight
Manually-Actuated Bolt-Action System.
Action
223 Rem; 22-250 Rem; 243 WIN; 204 Ruger (model depdendent)
Caliber(s)
5- or 10-round detachable rotary magazine.
Feed
Over-Frame Optics Supported.
Sights
Variants
Notable series variants as part of the Browning X-Bolt (series) Bolt-Action Hunting / Sport Shooting Rifle family line.
X-Bolt - Base Series Name.
X-Bolt Target Max
X-Bolt Target Pro McMillan
X-Bolt Target Lite Max
X-Bolt Speed Suppressor Ready
X-Bolt Speed
X-Bolt Mountain Pro Tungsten
X-Bolt Pro
X-Bolt Pro Long Range
X-Bolt Stalker Long Range
X-Bolt Stainless Stalker
X-Bolt Western Hunter LR
X-Bolt Medallion
X-Bolt Mountain Pro Long Range Tungsten
X-Bolt Target Max Competition Lite
X-Bolt Hunter
X-Bolt Speed LR
X-Bolt Pro McMillan Long Range
X-Bolt Mountain Pro Burnt Bronze
X-Bolt Target Max Competition Heavy
X-Bolt Max Long Range
X-Bolt Hell's Canyon Max LR
X-Bolt Hell's Canyon McMillan LR
X-Bolt Pro McMillan
X-Bolt Max Flat Dark Earth Long Range
X-Bolt Composite Stalker
X-Bolt Pro McMillan Long Range SPR
X-Bolt Micro Midas
X-Bolt Pro SPR
X-Bolt Mountain Pro Long Range Burnt Bronze
X-Bolt White Gold Medallion
X-Bolt Mountain Pro SPR Tungsten
X-Bolt Max Long Range OD Green
X-Bolt Micro Composite
X-Bolt Mountain Pro SPR Burnt Bronze
X-Bolt Hunter, Left-Handed
X-Bolt White Gold Medallion Octogon/Maple (Exclusive)


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The Browning X-Bolt is a complete family of bolt-action rifles marketed to hunters, sport shooters, and long-range shooters. The deep list of models available arrive in a variety of calibers encompassing 223REM, 22-250REM, 243WIN, and 204 Ruger to suit the desire role for the rifle. The latest notable variants of the line are the X-Bolt "Target Max", the X-Bolt "Target Pro McMillan", the X-Bolt "Target Lite Max", and the X-Bolt "Speed Suppressor Ready".

The rifle takes on a largely conventional form with a solid frame running three-quarters of the length of the gun. In the flow there is an integrated shoulder stock and grip handle with the former sporting a recoil pad for operator safety / comfort as well as reduced muzzle climb during the firing action. Some models also feature an adjustable cheek-rest. The quick-cycle bolt lever sits over the right side of the body in the usual way with a 60-degree lift range keeping it clear of the mounted optics. Optics are held in place through a four-screw arrangement to better survive field abuse. Feeding is by way of a detachable rotary magazine (flush or extended forms available) inserted through the floor of the frame, its design keeping fresh cartridges directly inline with bolt mechanism. The barrel is free-floating for accuracy-at-range and available in blued, Cerakote, and stainless finishes.

X-Bolt models are seen with and without accessory rails over the frame (for mounting optics) and under the forend for tactical components. Similarly, some models have a clean muzzle while others feature a slotted or perforated muzzle brake. Sling loops are present under the shoulder stock and under the forend for more comfortable transport of the long gun when on-the-march

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