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Buy T-Bolt Speed The .22 LR T-Bolt rifle from Browning has been around for a longtime, probably because it’s so much fun to shoot and accurate to boot. The rifle was first brought to market in 1965, but it was dropped from production in 1974. In 2006 it returned to production, and the company is still bringing out new versions. I’ve been shooting the latest variation, which is called the T-Bolt Speed. t bolt rifle browning t bolt accuracy
The T-Bolt SPEED is every bit the equal of the original rifle, with several exciting new features to put it in a class by itself. It’s an efficient straight pull bolt action design chambering each cartridge fed from the 10-round rotary double helix box magazine. This rifle features a match grade fluted barrel and a steel receiver that is drilled and tapped to accept scope mounts. The A-TACS AU camo synthetic stock blends in seamlessly to nearly any environment and has a plastic buttplate with a magazine storage compartment. An all-weather burnt bronze Cerakote finish protects your investment from the elements while on the hunt. With a smooth action and laser like accuracy the Browning T-Bolt SPEED is the perfect small bore rifle for hunting small game, varmints and predators.
Buy T-Bolt Speed
All T-Bolt rifles are straight-pull bolt actions, and they operate differently than your standard turnbolt. To operate the bolt, simply pull straight back and then push it straight forward. On the way back, the dual extractors pull the fired case out of the chamber and going forward pick up a loaded round from the magazine and insert it into the chamber. The bolt has a loaded chamber indicator in the form of a red line that shows through the ejection port when the gun is loaded.
- A-TACS AU camouflage stock for open terrain concealment; with extra magazine
- Burnt Bronze Cerakote finished barreled action offers superior corrosion resistance
- Match grade fluted barrel
Caliber: 22 WMR
Barrel Length: 22″
Overall Length: 40 1/4″
Length of Pull: 13 1/2″
Drop at Comb: 5/8″
Drop at Heel: 5/8″
Weight: 4 lbs 9 oz
Magazine Capacity: 10 (comes with 2 mags)
Twist Rate: 16″
Barrel Finish: Burnt Bronze Cerakote
Stock Finish: A-TACS AU
Receiver Finish: Burnt Bronze Cerakote
Chamber Finish: Polished
Barrel Material: Steel
Barrel Contour: Sporter
Stock Material: Composite
Recoil Pad: Plastic Buttplate with Magazine Storage Compartment
Checkering: Textured Grip Panels
Sling Swivel Studs: Cerakote
Receiver Material: Steel
Trigger Finish: Gold Plated
Bolt Slide Finish: Brushed Polish
Magazine Type: Double Helix
Trigger Material: Alloy
Trigger Guard Material: Composite
Guard Engraving: None
Drilled and Tapped for Scope: Yes
Matthew (verified owner) –
Riley (verified owner) –
Very well worth the money.
Hayden (verified owner) –
Phoenix (verified owner) –
Very fast delivery.
It is just too bad they didn’t make the new t-bolt long enough to take the 5.7×28 rounds.
They could probably sell them in that calibre if they made them. It would be a legal moose rifle here in BC.
I have fond memories of using an original t-bolt from 1971 to 1979.
Max (verified owner) –