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Shotgun Maker Escort Releases New Bolt-Action Rifle

Shotgun Maker Escort Releases New Bolt-Action Rifle

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Escort, well-known for its unique shotguns, has released a new .22LR bolt-action rifle for 2020.

Simply named the 22LR, this magazine-fed bolt-action is an affordable options for hunters, blinkers and the range.

Simple to operate and maintain, the chrome-plated steel alloy receiver and barrel resist rust and corrosion while the smooth chrome-plated bolt moves free, yet precise. The safety mechanism is easy to operate, even for the most inexperienced shooters.

The rifle includes five- and 10-round magazines to suit a variety of hunting and plinking needs. The magazine bodies are made from a lightweight, durable polymer with a stainless-steel follower that is easy to load. The threaded barrel is fitted with a protective cap and is ready to accept a variety of popular muzzle accessories. Mounted studs are ready to accept a wide array of slings.


The Escort 22LR is available in two stock variants. The Turkish walnut stock offers fish-scale textured grip areas and a recessed magazine well. This stock also features Hatsan's DuoTex buttpad for consistent, easy shouldering. The synthetic stock model features texturing of the grip areas and a Picatinny accessory rail under the forearm. The buttstock also has a storage slot for a spare 5- or 10-round magazine and is equipped with a soft ventilated buttpad.


Features

  • 22LR bolt action rimfire rifle
  • Oxidation proof hard chrome receiver
  • Precision rifled hard chrome-plated steel barrel
  • ½" threaded muzzle with fitted protective cap
  • Includes a 5-round and a 10-round detachable magazine
  • Manual safety with cocked bolt indicator
  • Ambidextrous grip
  • Soft rubber buttpad
  • Dovetail grooves on receiver for 11mm scope mounts
  • Mounted sling studs

Specifications

  • 1:16" twist .22LR barrel
  • 24.8" barrel
  • 43.1" overall length
  • 6.1 lbs.
  • MSRP: $249.99 - 22LR SYN / $299.99 - 22LR Walnut

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