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Mansory Rifle Is The Most Beautiful Deadly Thing Ever!

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After trying their hands at designing mobile phone covers and watches, Mansory is now entering the exciting world of rifles. The German/Swiss tuner will unveil their first creation, a carbon fiber-accented Gottfried Prechtl Express07 bolt action rifle, at the ADIHEX Exhibition in Abu Dhabi next week.

Our knowledge of guns is a bit rusty and is limited to what we’ve seen in video games, but judging by the press material and the pictures, Mansory rifle features lots of carbon fiber and suede where you’d normally find wood and steel. Such weapons might be available on sites like canada ammo.

The luxurious weapon comes with Mansory carbon stock, bolt handle figured in fish-skin pattern, butt-cap switching system (summer/winter), square bridge pre-prepared for swing-off mounts, fine gold edging and gold inlays. And if you’re in the market for an affordable gun that you can use for hunting and competitive shooting, check out this awesome review for the glock 20 at https://ballachy.com/glock-20-review/.

As for the technicalities, Mansory Rifle has the 8x68S 338 Lapua Magnum caliber – no idea what it means – as standard with other calibres available on request, and weighs approximately 3.9 kg (depending on the barrel and with no deer hunting scope). The length of the barrel is 620 mm to 711 mm depending on caliber. You may also want to look at this spotting scope reviews uk to pick the best spotting scopes for hunting that perfectly complement your gear. Must be a lot of fun shooting stuff with this thing! Just don’t forget to invest in champion safes to protect your firearm from intruders and burglars from stealing it.

 

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