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First Look: Browning SA-22 Challenge Rifle

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For those hunters looking for a little more precision out of their rimfire, Browning has updated its classic, John-Browning-designed Semi-Auto 22, into the Semi-Auto 22 Challenge rifle. With a number of accuracy-improving features, the SA-22 Challenge is a great choice for squirrel shooters and precision plinkers alike. It boasts a 16 ¼-inch bull barrel, with a muzzle threaded to 12-28 TPI, fitted from the factory with a muzzle brake. An American walnut stock sports a raised comb, which pairs with the Picatinny scope base for proper head position when looking through optics. Finally, the action in the matte-blued receiver is fed, as with the original model, by a 10-round tubular magazine.

SA-22 Left Side

For more information, please visit browning.comMSRP: $939.99

Article by American Hunter Staff

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