As a hunter you are a part of nature. The T3x Camo Stainless will help you seamlessly blend with your surrounds and will flourish in even the roughest of environments you can encounter while hunting. The barrel is non-reflective stainless steel and the camouflage (Realtree Hardwoods® HD™) patterned fiberglass reinforced copolymer stock completely blends with the surroundings.
Cold-hammer forged, stainless steel barrel and synthetic stock are ideal companions for silvery scope and stainless Optilock™ scope mounts. The T3x Camo Stainless has the extremely versatile Realtree Hardwoods® HD™ pattern.
T3x has a new modular synthetic stock with interchangeable pistol grips, making it possible to modify the angle of the grip. This allows for multiple shooting positions. (Additional grips sold separately.) The T3x synthetic stock also has an additional attachment point which allows you to change the width of the stock’s fore-end.
A grip that never slips. The T3x synthetic stock has a new asymmetrical grip pattern and shape that has been specifically designed to give a solid grip in all conditions.
T3x models come with a new recoil pad technology that reduces the impact of recoil on the shooter. The new robust pad will allow you to fully concentrate on the accuracy of your shots.
T3x synthetic stocks now have a foam insert within the interior of the rear stock – this lowers the stock-generated noise and can help you keep your target in sight. (Not available for models with an adjustable cheek piece.)
The new T3x receiver introduces a widened angular ejection port that makes it easier to feed one cartridge at a time.
Always keep the target in your sight. The T3x models have extra screw placements on top of the receiver so that you can robustly attach a Picatinny rail – even when using larger scopes.
Robustness and quality go hand in hand. Metallic bolt shroud covers and shields the rear of the bolt body and the firing pin.
This extra-strong lug has minimal deformation – even with larger calibres. Compared to aluminium, the steel lug doesn't have strong imprinting qualities that would cause deformation when larger calibres are used.