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Browning’s T-Bolt Speed: A straight pull and a straight shooter

By Don MacDonald

Today’s New Zealand hunter expects something a little more special when purchasing a rifle in the current climate. They cannot afford to simply buy any tool for small game or pest control with all the outlandish regulations now pressed upon us.


If you are going to purchase a rifle you want to be fully satisfied and know you're getting something you can enjoy hanging on to. The rifle needs to be super accurate, reliable and have stylish features, making it an asset worth fighting for. The Browning Speed in .22 WMR calibre does this in more ways than one.


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