Browning BAR ShortTrac Stalker Mossy Oak Break Up Semi Automatic Rifle .270 WSM 23" Barrel 3 Rounds Composite Stock Mossy Oak Break Up Camouflage Finish.
As the first autoloader to offer magnum cartridge capability, the timeless Browning Bar continues to offer bolt action accuracy, reliability and better features each year. An extremely reliable gas operated system, high strength alloy receivers, composite stocks and now the Browning Bar LongTrac and Browning Bar ShortTrac models make the Browning Bar a truly revolutionary rifle and the best choice of any autoloading rifle on the market. Comes with six shims to customize the stock, lightweight alloy receiver with composite trigger guard and floorplate for a lighter weight, hammer forged barrel for optimum accuracy, gas operated action reduces recoil. Calibers include .243 Win., .308 Win., .270 WSM, .300 WSM, and 7mm WSM. Drilled and tapped for scope mounts.
Specifications and features:
Browning BAR ShortTrac Stalker Mossy Oak Break Up semi-automatic rifle
23" hammer-forged barrel
3 round detachable magazine
Aircraft-grade aluminum alloy receiver
Drilled and tapped for scope mounts
Gas-operated, multiple lug rotating bolt
Composite trigger guard and floorplate
Composite stock with gripping panels, shim adjustable for cast on/off and drop of comb
Interchangeable recoil pad
Sling swivel studs
Mossy Oak Break Up finish
13-5/8" length of pull
5/8" drop at comb
1-1/8" drop at heel
42-1/2" overall length
7 lbs 4 oz unloaded
The Browning BAR is one of those key products which have defined the Browning mystique throughout the last century. Much of the fame of tod ay's sporting BAR began through the fame of the original military BAR designed by John M. Browning near the end of World War I. This rifle, called the BAR M1918, was commissioned by the U.S. Army in an effort to break the stalemate of trench warfare in the battlefields of France and Belgium. It took John M. Browning three months to design it. Browning took this project so seriously that his son Val personally did testing and training of the American troops. In its short time at the front the sound of a BAR became legendary. At 330 rounds per minute every shot was distinguishable and the sound became uniquely associated with the BAR, a sound that struck fear into the hearts of the enemy.
Today's BARs come in the new ShortTrac and LongTrac variations. Built with lightweight aluminum receivers and modern styling, they offer all the advantages of the originals. Both the Lightweight and the Safari - based on the Mark II configuration - are still in the line as well.
If you demand fast follow up shots from your deer rifle then look no further than time tested, reliable Browning BAR.