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My next step—after bore-sighting the rifle—was to round up a relatively small but diverse assortment of ammo to take to the range. Handling a wide range of bullet weights is one of the things that keeps the .30-06 front-and-center saleswise (that and a 107-year running start on most everything else). My range bag included Winchester Supreme 150-grain Ballistic Silvertip, 168-grain Barnes Vor-TX TSX BT and Federal 180-grain Trophy Bonded. And just to really check out the recoil-absorbing properties of the X-Bolt’s Inflex Technology recoil pad, some elderly Winchester Super-X 220-grain Silvertips.
By pushing the raised button at the top of the bolt handle, you can cycle the bolt without deactivating the safety. The author really likes this feature.
The trigger housing on production X-Bolt rifles will look nicer than on the author’s preproduction rifle, but they are identical internally. The new Feather trigger adds a third lever to make the trigger feel creep-free. The bolt release is clearly visible here. The X-Bolt’s recoil lug is bedded. Additional bedding compound behind the magazine makes for a solid, accurate platform. I woke up a half-hour later to Ross tossing rocks at me and giggling like a school girl. I sat up just in time to see the last of the herd feeding its way around the bend. We gathered our things and took off, side-hilling quickly to catch the herd. We worked to within 300 yards of the group, but the big ram Ross pointed out was beyond that.