Savage Arms Rascal Target XP LH 22 LR 16.11 Round Bolt Action Rimfire Rifle - 13836
- Series/Collection: Rascal Target XP LH
- Action: Bolt
- Magazine Type: Single Shot
- Trigger Type: AccuTrigger
- Muzzle Type: Threaded
- Magazine Capacity: 1
- Caliber/Gauge: 22 LR
- Twist Rate: 1:16"
- Hand: Left
- Safety: Manual
- Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
- Stock Material: Hardwood
- Barrel Finish: Traditional Blue
- Receiver Finish: Traditional Blue
- Stock Finish: Matte Black
- Barrel Length: 16-1/8"
- Length of Pull: 11-1/4"
- Overall Length: 30-5/8"
- Weight: 5.95 lb
- Barrel Type: Target Crown
The industry's safest micro rimfire has come of age and it's ready to shoot, right out of the box. The Rascal Target XP comes with a mounted and boresighted 4x32mm scope, as well as a bipod sling swivel stud mount. It's built for accuracy and adaptability, thanks to a precision hardwood stock, heavy 16 1/8 inches barrel, one-piece Picatinny rail and threaded (1/2-28) muzzle. Like the original Rascal, the single shot rifle cocks by lifting the bolt and unloads easily without pulling the trigger. The design also builds superior shooting skills thanks to full-size rifle features, including Savage's user-adjustable AccuTrigger system. The platform offers far better safety, functionality and accuracy than competing designs.
- Precision hardwood stock
- 16-1/8 inches heavy barrel with threaded muzzle
- 1-piece Picatinny rail
- 4x32mm scope
- Bipod and sling swivel stud mount
- Reliable, single-shot action
- Unload without pulling the trigger
- Adjustable AccuTrigger
- Feed ramp
- Includes ear plugs and firearms lock
- 11 degree target crown
Q & A
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.