Browning BAR Mark II Safari 270 Win 4 Round Semi Auto Rifle - 031001224
- Series/Collection: BAR Mark II Safari
- Action: Semi-Automatic
- Magazine Type: Hinged Floor Plate with Detachable Box
- Trigger Type: Single-Stage
- Muzzle Type: Target Crown
- Magazine Capacity: 4
- Caliber/Gauge: 270 Winchester
- Twist Rate: 1:10"
- Hand: Right
- Safety: Cross Bolt
- Barrel Material: Steel
- Receiver Material: Steel
- Stock Material: Turkish Walnut
- Barrel Finish: Polished Blue
- Receiver Finish: Polished Blue
- Stock Finish: Gloss
- Barrel Length: 22"
- Length of Pull: 13-3/4"
- Overall Length: 43"
- Weight: 7 lb 14 oz
- Drop at Heel: 1-1/8"
- Wood Grade: Grade I
- Chamber Finish: Chrome Plated
- Barrel Type: Contour Sporter
- Recoil Pad: Polymer
- Checkering: Cut 18 LPI
- Trigger Guard Material: Alloy
- Floor Plate Material: Alloy
- Drop at Comb: 3/4"
- Sling Swivel Studs: Steel Integral
- Trigger Finish: Gold Plated
- Trigger Material: Alloy
- Trigger Guard Engraving: Buck Mark in Gold
The ultimate sporting autoloader. Originally designed by Browning family member Bruce Browning, this is the rifle that set the standard for hunting semi-autos. Featuring fine Walnut, a precision machined ordinance steel receiver and a hammer forged barrel, this magnificent BAR will make autoloading enthusiasts out of the most skeptical riflemen. Classic in looks and contemporary in performance. The BAR MK II Safari is the hunting rifle that sets the bar for every other autoloader on the planet with accuracy and speed - and a caliber selection - that is not matched by any other hunting semi-auto. The Browning BAR sporting version is certainly a distinct and separate rifle from the military BAR M1918, but its design is the result of Browning's unmatched understanding and expertise with automatic rifles that started with John M. Browning. His grandson, Bruce Browning, was the driving force behind today's BAR. A large team of automatic firearms experts at the FN factory in Belgium also played a key role in its development. This group of FN automatic rifle designers, lead by Marcel Olinger, began serious work on the project code named Carbine 66, with full-scale development and testing done throughout 1966 in preparation for an official 1967 product launch. Both the history and the efficiency of this amazing rifle is unequalled among autoloading rifles. Traditional stock, polished blued steel barrel and engraved receiver, select gloss walnut stock, rounded forearm, sporter style barrel.
- Gloss finish select walnut stock with cut checkering
- High-relief scroll engraving
- Drilled and tapped for scope mounts
- Long action length
Q & A
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