General operation of the ABolt II rifle

The A-Bolt II is a bolt action rifle that operates by lifting the bolt handle, drawing the bolt rearward and then sliding the bolt forward and rotating the bolt downward until it stops. This process takes a cartridge from the magazine and loads it into the chamber for firing. Operation of Left-hand models is identical except that the bolt is located on the left side of the receiver. All operations of the A-Bolt 11 are illustrated in this manual with a right-hand model. CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING

the action rapidly for quick follow-up shots. Because the bolt does not swing up as high when open, there is ample scope clearance. The bolt handle itself is human-engineered to fit your hand naturally.

The A-Bolt II has a strong three-lug, thin-bodied anti-bind bolt. Weight is reduced while maintaining the strength necessary to handle magnum calibers. A non-rotating bolt sleeve runs the entire length of the bolt. The flat surface of the bolt can be engraved with your name, contact, our Consumer Department for details at 1-800-333-3288.

Other significant features include the convenient hinged fioorplate with detachable box magazine and thumb-operated top tang safety. The distinctive smooth plane lop of the receiver provides a firm platform for scope mount placement.

PROCEDURES BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ASSEMBLE OR SHOOT YOUR A-BOLT II RIFLE.

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    What is the flat surface on the bolt of the abolt II rifle?
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