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First Look: Bushmaster Bravo Zulu Rifles

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Bushmaster Firearms is a well-known firearms brand with a history of building proven and reliable guns for a variety of uses. That history is kept alive with the introduction of the new American-made Bravo Zulu line, available in five different configurations.

“Bravo Zulu” is a common military phrase that signifies “job well done,” and these new rifles are built to help shooters accomplish whatever task needed. These new firearms are designed for hunting, home defense, competition, and recreational shooting in mind, and each configuration comes equipped with our Snake Charmer muzzle brake to significantly reduces felt recoil.

Bushmaster Firearms has also added the premium BFI free float rail which features M-Lok slots on the sides and a QD sling swivel mount. There is also a length of Picatinny rail on the top of the hand guard so you can mount your choice of sighting system to the rifle. In addition to this, the Bravo Zulu uses a DM2S two-stage trigger for crisp trigger feel and precise control.

All Bravo Zulu receivers are manufactured from 7075-T6 aluminum and are type III hard coat anodized. The rifles are optics-ready and are furnished with Thril accessories such as their rugged tactical grip, combat competition stock, and trigger guard.

Bravo Zulu configurations:

  • Bravo Zulu in 5.56 NATO with a DM2S 2 Stage trigger: MSRP $1,159.99
  • Bravo Zulu 5.56 NATO with the BFSIII binary fire control: MSRP $1,389.99
  • Bravo Zulu in 5.56 NATO, California Complainant model: MSRP $1,169.99
  • Bravo Zulu in .450 Bushmaster: MSRP $1,299.99
  • Bravo Zulu SBR model: MSRP $1,499.99

For more information on the Bravo Zulu line or other products from Bushmaster, please visit bushmaster.com.

Article by SHOOTING ILLUSTRATED STAFF

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