Mossy Oak Bottomlands Dura-Touch composite stock, recoil operated Kinematic Drive, Hump Back aluminum alloy receiver, Fiber-optic front site, Invector-DS chokes
Refined functionality. Mossy Oak Bottomlands is a pattern that has been around for a long time, because it works. Mossy Oak has revisited the classic pattern, much as Browning revisited the classic design and function of the A5. We know you'll love it.
The feature list. Underneath the camo exterior are all the advantages you are looking for. A strong, lightweight aluminum alloy receiver, a barrel with a lightweight profile and a flat, ventilated rib. The recoil-operated Kinematic Drive is ultra-reliable and cycles a wide range of loads, the stock is composite with a close radius pistol grip and it is shim adjustable for length of pull, cast and drop.
Vector Pro and more. Vector Pro lengthened forcing cone; Invector-DS choke tubes, fiber-optic front sight; Inflex Technology recoil pad plus stock adjustability with one ¼" stock spacer and one ½" stock spacer, with lengthened screws for total adjustment of ¾". It all comes in an ABS case.
Item Number 0118252004
Gauge 12 Ga
Chamber Length 3 1/2"
Barrel Length 28"
Overall Length 49 5/8"
Length of Pull 14 1/4"
Drop at Comb 1 3/4"
Drop at Heel 2"
Weight 7 lbs 5 oz
Magazine Capacity 4
Rib Width 1/4
Barrel Finish Mossy Oak Bottomlands
Stock Finish Mossy Oak Bottomlands
Chokes Included Full, Modified, Improved Cylinder
Receiver Finish Mossy Oak Bottomlands
Dura Touch Finish Yes
Chamber Finish Chrome Plated Chamber
Front Sight Fiber Optic
Choke System Invector-DS Flush
Barrel Material Steel
Stock Material Composite
Recoil Pad Inflex 2, Large
Checkering Textured Grip Panels
Sling Swivel Studs Matte Blued
Receiver Material Aluminum Alloy
Trigger Finish Gold Plated
Trigger Guard Finish Matte Black
Bolt Slide Finish Brushed Nickel
Magazine Type Tubular
Trigger Material Alloy
Trigger Guard Material Alloy
Trigger Guard Engraving Buck Mark in Gold
Choke Wrench Included T-Wrench
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