Browning A-Bolt/BBR Rifle Magazines
Description: Browning A-Bolt/BBR Rifle Extra / Replacement Magazines are handy to have in your pocket when hunting or target practicing, as an empty magazine can be replaced quickly and easily by a full one. Merely press the magazine latch and the hinged floorplate with box magazine will swing out. Snap off the empty one, snap on a full one then close the plate. You are immediately ready to chamber another round.
NOTE: These magazines will also fit Browning BBR Centerfire Rifles.
Note: This magazine will not fit Browning A-Bolt Micro models
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- Brand: Browning
- Caliber: .223 WSSM,.243 WSSM,.25 WSSM,.223 Rem,.204 Ruger,.22-250 Rem,.243 Win,.257 Roberts,6.5 Creedmoor,6.5x55mm,.284 Win,.308 Win,7mm-08 Rem,.270 WSM,.300 WSM,7mm WSM,.25-06 Rem,.270 Win,.280 Rem,.30-06 Springfield,7mm Rem Mag,.300 Win Mag,.300 Remington Ultra Mag,.338 Win Mag,.338 Remington Ultra Mag,.375 H&H Mag,.260 Rem
- Firearm Type: Rifle
- Magazine Capacity: 3,4
- Material: Steel
- Models Fit: A-Bolt,A-Bolt II
Rules & Regulations
Midwest Gun Works DOES NOT ship high capacity magazines to the states listed below.
Midwest Gun Works DOES NOT offer refunds in place of the magazines.
It is the customer's responsibility for understanding state and local laws regarding magazine capacities.
Customers ordering magazines that are illegal to own in their state will have their orders cancelled and will be charged a 5% restocking fee.
States with applied magazine restrictions:
- California - no magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Colorado - no magazines greater than 15 rounds
- Connecticut - no magazines greater than 10 rounds with a valid permit.
- Hawaii - no pistol magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Illinois - Chicago - no magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Aurora - no magazines greater than 15 rounds
- Highland Park, Cook County, Dolton, Homewood - no magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Oak Park - no magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Maryland - no magazines greater than 10 rounds
- Massachusetts - no pistol or rifle magazines over 10 rounds and no detachable shotgun magazines over 5 rounds.
- New Jersey - no magazines greater than 15 rounds
- New York - no pistol or rifle magazines over 10 rounds and no detachable shotgun magazines over 5 rounds.
- L.E.O. must provide both their credentials and a letterhead signed by their department's superior officer stating that the magazine/weapon will either be used in the execution of the L.E.O.'s duties, or off duty
- o Midwest Gun Works only recognizes City Police Officers, County Sheriff Deputies, and State Police (including Highway Patrol) as L.E.O.'s.
Midwest Gun Works will not disassemble magazines to be sold as magazine parts.
Know Your Gun
Browning A-Bolt History
The production of the A-Bolt bolt action rifle began in 1985. In 1994, Browning introduced the BOSS (Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System) and with it the A-Bolt II. The A-Bolt II Model is currently in production.
|Historic Information||Serial Number Info|
In 1975 Browning standardized its serial number identification.
Serial Number Example:
This would be an A-Bolt Gold Medallion rifle,manufactured in 1985 with the serial number 01001.
In 1994 Browning introduced the BOSS (Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System). Along with the BOSS, Browning made changes to the A-Bolt and introduced the A-Bolt II.
Serial Number Example:
This would be an A-Bolt II Gold Medallion rifle, manufactured in 1985 with the serial number 01001.
In 1998 Browning redid the standardization of its serial number identifications to work with its new data base program, Oracle.
Serial Number Example:
This would be a A-Bolt II Rifle, manufactured in 1998 with the serial number 01001.
Browning BBR History
The production of the Browning BBR rifle began in 1978 and was offered in the Long or Standard Action Calibers of .25-06 Rem, .270 Win, .30-06 Sprg, 7mm Rem Mag, .300 Win Mag, or .338 Win Mag and Short Action Calibers of .22-250 Rem., .243 Win, .257 Roberts, 7mm-08 Rem, or .308 Win. The production of the BBR bolt action rifle ended in 1984 when Browning introduced the A-Bolt.
|Historic Information (1978-1984)||Serial Number Info|
In 1976, Browning re-standardized its serial number identification.
This would be an BBR rifle manufactured in 1981 with the serial number 01001.
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