After exiting the firearms market for years, Winchester has been making a push back into them in a big way. The ammunition business certainly is the largest, but it’s good to see Winchester working to stay in touch with its roots – especially focusing on hunting arms instead of tackling the tactical market. Show More Summary
Winchester® Repeating Arms is adding several new offerings to the bolt-action XPR® rifle line for 2017. This line of rifles has built a reputation for accuracy and dependability at a very affordable price. New for 2017 is the XPR Hunter Mountain Country Range model. Show More Summary
Winchester Repeating Arms is adding several new offerings to the bolt-action XPR rifle line for 2017. This post Winchester Adds To Popular XPR Rifle Line for 2017 appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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. Show More Summary
A new addition in the Winchester® Repeating Arms rifle line-up for 2016 is the XPR Hunter. This post New XPR Hunter Added to Winchester Repeating Arms Rifle Line appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Winchester Repeating Arms announced an expansion of the company’s XPR Hunter line of rifles at the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) in October. The new caliber offerings will be listed in the 2016 catalog and should be available to purchase after the first of the year. Show More Summary
Winchester Repeating Arms has introduced their XPR line of bolt-action rifles. They come equipped with a copious amount of goodies including Winchester’s “M.O.A.” adjustable trigger system (factory set to 3.5 lbs), a chromoly steel barstock receiver, and 60-degree lift on the bolt carrier. Show More Summary