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A new type of bolt action Rifle !

I was sent this by a friend. its a very interesting take on a new style of bolt action Rifle !!
https://youtu.be/x1SVasdjW2s
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Old January 5th, 2021, 08:35 PM #2
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When hog hunting, whats the advantage over an AR15/AR10?

It being new, we will see what they have done to assure an OOB detonation does not occur on any rifle when they have hundreds out there
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Old January 5th, 2021, 08:38 PM #3
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Kinda interesting looking.
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Hmmmmmm. I think I would definitely miss the slap. It's kind of like driving a manual transmission, do you grip and hang onto that shifter and move it through the gates.... or do you slap it into where it belongs.
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Sign me up. It'll sit in the safe next to my Savage 110 in .308 I had to have and never shot.
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When hog hunting, whats the advantage over an AR15/AR10?

It being new, we will see what they have done to assure an OOB detonation does not occur on any rifle when they have hundreds out there
ARs aren't legal everywhere. But other than hunting hogs, who really needs to cycle the action that fast?
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I see a rather over sized bolt handle, that I don't see the need for on a straight pull action.
It looks like it is longer and bigger around than those on my Savage bolt rifles.
I would think that a much smaller and shorter bolt handle would work just fine.
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I see a rather over sized bolt handle, that I don't see the need for on a straight pull action.
It looks like it is longer and bigger around than those on my Savage bolt rifles.
I would think that a much smaller and shorter bolt handle would work just fine.
My Steyr M95/30 agrees.
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I would be to worried about "Eating" the bolt
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