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This powerful PCP air rifle offers all the features needed for pest hunting small to medium sized game. The choked barrel provides precision and the most accurate rifle in its class.
The two-stage, adjustable, match-grade trigger system helps to make every shot smooth and steady, while the innovative 10-round magazine allows for fast follow-up shots.
* Multi-Shot, Bolt Action, PCP Hunting Air Rifle
* Up to 32 shots per fill
* Adjustable, two-stage, match-grade trigger
* 10-round magazine delivers fast follow up shots
* Rifled, shrouded barrel (suppression capability eliminated to meet Canadian law
* 32 foot pounds of energy (fpe)
* Dovetail mounting rail
* Sling mounts
Model Number: BP2264W
Velocity: Up to 1000 fps
Mechanism: Bolt Action
Power Source: PCP
Capacity: 10-round rotary magazine
Barrel: Choked, rifled and shrouded (suppressor function eliminated to meet Canadian legal requirements)
Optics Rail: Dovetail
Weight: 7.3 lbs
Length: 42.8 inches
Note: This airgun is considered a "firearm" under Canadian law. A valid Possession and Acquisition License (PAL) for non-restricted firearms is required to purchase. Once your order is placed and paid, we will contact you for license information. Residents of Quebec must also have the rifle registered with the Canadian Firearms Centre (CFC)- which must be done by the purchaser/owner immediately on receipt of the product.