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Bolt action is a type of firearm action in which the weapon's bolt is operated manually by the opening and closing of the breech (barrel) with a small handle, most commonly placed on the right-hand side of the weapon (for right-handed users). As the handle is operated, the bolt is unlocked, the breech is opened, the spent cartridge case is withdrawn and ejected, the firing pin is cocked (this occurs either on the opening or closing of the bolt, depending on design), and finally a new round/cartridge (if available) is placed into the breech and the bolt closed. Bolt-action firearms are most often rifles, but there are some bolt-action shotguns and a few handguns as well. Examples of this system date as far back as the early 19th century, notably in the Dreyse needle gun. From the late 19th century, all the way through both World Wars, the bolt-action rifle was the standard infantry firearm for most of the world's militaries.
In military and law enforcement use, the bolt action has been mostly replaced by semi-automatic and selective-fire firearms, though the bolt action remains the dominant design in dedicated marksman rifles. Bolt-action firearms are still very popular for hunting and target shooting. Compared to most other manually operated firearm actions, it offers an excellent balance of strength (allowing powerful cartridge chamberings), ruggedness, reliability, and potential accuracy, all with light weight and much lower cost than self-loading firearms, and can also be disassembled and re-assembled much faster due to fewer moving parts. The major disadvantage is a slightly lower practical rate of fire than other manual repeating firearms, such as lever-action and pump-action firearms, and a far lower practical rate of fire than semi-automatic weapons, but this is not a very important factor in many types of hunting, target shooting, and other precision-based shooting uses.
Nice used condition marlin XT-22 tube fed bolt action .22.
rear sight was removed for scope usage but a new williams fire sight is included.
$200. no trades. meet at westside FFL (beaverton/tigard/hillsboro). transfer fee on buyer.
Very nice Savage b22 bolt action 16" Factory threaded barrel, Pic rail, with Vortex crossfire ii 3-9x40 optic, cheap bi-pod, 5 factory 10 round rotary mags. $400. No trades please. Please pm contact info for pics and further correspondence. thanks. Low round count. Or text 503-586-6162.
Looking to sell my 6.5CM Remington in PCR chasis.
Probably 400 rounds down the barrel.
Vortex diamond back 4x16 scope
Caldwell carbon fiber bi-pod
Elftmann tactical ELF trigger
Apache hard case
Don’t remember who makes the muzzle break.
No trades in this one and the price is firm...
Ruger American Compact 308 - 18in with Vortex Crossfire 3-9x40 and a level bubble.
I am throwing in about 55 rds of different types of 308 hunting ammo.
I just want to be upfront that the rifle has some cosmetic damage only on the right side of the barrel due to a leakage of a dehumidifier bag...
Pre-war Sears & Roebuck by Ranger, model 36
.22 bolt action rifle. Shoots shorts, long, and long rifle.
Good shooter, very quiet especially with this longer barrel.
Detachable magazine (7 round mag)
2 different sized aperture disks on the peep sight.
Carving of buck on one side of the...
Selling the rifle for my dad who’s in the market for a 300 win mag.
It just has the specific rings for the rifle they are 1" rings. It has light scuffs as well from normal use.
Comes with one magazine.
I’d be shocked if it has 100 rounds through it.
We have some factory ammo available...
I am trying to help someone sell a couple rifles and this is the first one they have available.
Western Field Model SB-712 in 30-30 Winchester
Bolt action, magazine fed, 22" barrel in good condition as seen in pictures.
Also has a Bushnell Scopechief IV in 3X-9X
Having trouble finding any...
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Fired under 50rds.
Strata camo w/patriot brown cerakote barrel/bolt.
22in fluted & threaded barrel
Vortex Copperhead 4-16x44
X2 5rd magazines
S&B 140gr FMJ BT x40rds
Norma Golden target match 143gr x20rds
Winchester match 140gr x20rds...
Brownells has been running some great deals on barreled actions. I am lightly thinking about picking one up for a handgun build, sort of like the Remington XP-100s.
If you have built one yourself what did you use for a frame? What cartridge was it chambered for and what barrel length did you...
Rock Island armory
Bolt Action 22 for the youth
Nothing wrong with it. Daughter outgrew it comes with three magazines and a simmons 3x 9x 21 scope
Comes with three magazines which is why the price is higher
Like new, only put 20 rounds through it.
Will come with everything in the picture (including the 20 round box of 178g Hornady Precision Hunter rounds) and a soft case.
Transfer in Sandy, Gresham or Adaptive Firing Solutions in Oregon City. No trades
I am looking for a bolt action rifle in 300 BO must be threaded to use for my suppressor application will look at different manufactures prefer factory threading and only looking for a bolt gun thank you and happy holidays