New XPR Hunter Added to Winchester® Repeating Arms Rifle Line



From Winchester:

A new addition in the Winchester® Repeating Arms rifle line-up for 2016 is the XPR Hunter. The new rifle will feature a polymer stock in Mossy Oak® Break-Up Country® camo and textured panels for a firm grip in any weather condition.

Other features found on Winchester® Repeating Arms’ newest bolt-action design include the M.O.A. Trigger System with zero take-up, zero creep and zero overtravel to help deliver outstanding accuracy. The barrel, bolt and other metal surfaces have matte blued metal surfaces to minimize glare. A steel recoil lug is inletted into the stock to prevent the receiver from flexing under recoil for more reliable accuracy.

A two-position thumb safety and cocking indicator show the XPR rifle’s status at a glance. The rifle also has a bolt release button that allows the rifle to be unloaded with the thumb safety in the on-safe position.

The new XPR Hunter will be offered in all popular calibers from 243 Win to 338 Win Mag.  Barrel length for short action calibers is 22”, short magnum and standard long action calibers is 24”, and long action magnum calibers is 26”.  Average weight is 6 ¾ – 7 ¼ lbs.

Suggested Retail is $599.99.

Product Specifications:

  • M.O.A. Trigger System
  • Bolt Unlock Button
  • Detachable Box Magazine
  • Matte Blued Metal Surfaces
  • Advanced Polymer Stock in Mossy Oak® Break-Up Country® Camo
  • Inflex Technology Recoil Pad
  • Steel Recoil Lug
  • Receiver Machined from Solid Steel Bar Stock
  • Two-Position Safety
  • Button-Rifled, Free Floated Steel Barrel
  • Recessed Target Crown

Available Calibers:

243 Win
308 Win
300 WSM
325 WSM
270 Win
30-06 Sprg
7mm Rem Mag
300 Win Mag
338 Win Mag

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