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Browning AB3 – .270 Winchester

By Craig Maylam

This is my last review in NZ Guns & Hunting to be printed on a paper copy. Following this edition as most of you will know by now the magazine will go digital. I’m sad you won’t be able to enjoy the hard-copy magazine any longer but events beyond yours, mine or the editor’s control have meant that change was necessary. I have written close to 100 articles for NZG&H and will continue to write as long as readers continue to enjoy what I write.

 

Browning is a name synonymous with the American firearms industry; their products are innovative, high quality, durable and well made. I have on test here a Browning AB3 in .270 Winchester.

 

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