Bolt-Action Rifles

Bolt-action rifles:

The simplest form of firearm today, a bolt-action rifle is fired by manually pushing forward a bolt, pulling the trigger, pulling back the bolt to release the empty cartridge, and pushing the bolt forward again to load a fresh cartridge. Because of their manual nature, bolt action guns are accurate but slow to fire. Bolt action rifles hold between four and ten bullets in an internal or detachable magazine. Examples of a bolt action rifle include the Remington 700 and Howa 1500.

Bolt-Action Rifles

Bolt-action rifles:

The simplest form of firearm today, a bolt-action rifle is fired by manually pushing forward a bolt, pulling the trigger, pulling back the bolt to release the empty cartridge, and pushing the bolt forward again to load a fresh cartridge. Because of their manual nature, bolt action guns are accurate but slow to fire. Bolt action rifles hold between four and ten bullets in an internal or detachable magazine. Examples of a bolt action rifle include the Remington 700 and Howa 1500.

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