Designed with the shooter’s comfort in mind, the M2012MT308T offered in .308 Winchester is ideal for long sessions at the range, making it a great choice for experienced hunters who appreciate it’s ruggedness and accuracy.
The M2012MT308T features a custom Manners composite stock built from a combination of aircraft-grade carbon fiber and fiberglass, making it accurate, stable, rugged and lighter than other precision rifle stocks. The barrel is a 22-inch stainless steel, match grade barrel with a 1-10” twist. The M2012MT308T weighs in at 10.25 pounds without the magazine, measures 44 inches in overall length.
The second new addition to the M2012 family is available to the market in two calibers. The M2012LT308G is chambered in .308 Winchester and the M2012LT260G is chambered in .260 Remington. It is designed to help any hunter take their trophy buck with ease and hit the mark at the range. Its match grade, fluted barrel along with a custom gray laminated hardwood stock makes it both accurate and lightweight. The M2012LT308G and 260G feature a 22-inch chrome-moly steel, match grade barrel with a 1-10” twist (.308) and 1-8” twist (.260). Both weigh in at 8.5 pounds without the magazine, measure 44 inches in overall length.
The first rifle in the M2012 bolt action family is the M2012SA308. Chambered in .308 Winchester, it is designed for the precision rifleman. The core of this rifle is its solid forged aluminum chassis. The M2012SA308 features a custom fluted, match grade stainless steel barrel with a 1-10” twist and measures 44 inches in length. Weighing in at 13.2 pounds without the magazine, it is one of the lightest sporting tactical rifles on the market with the well-known ergonomics of the proven Modern Sporting Rifle platform.
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Designed with the shooter's comfort in mind, the M2012MT308T offered in .308 Winchester is…
by Tactical-Life / Sep 26, 2013