Winchester Repeating Arms Adds TrueTimber Strata Camo to the XPR Hunter Rifle Line


October 10, 2019— The new XPR® Hunter TrueTimber® Strata bolt-action rifle from Winchester Repeating Arms offers versatile concealment and a stunning appearance in an accurate, value-driven package.

The XPR Hunter TrueTimber Strata has an eye for accuracy with the features to back it up. The adjustable M.O.A. Trigger is a three-lever design that offers zero creep, zero take-up and zero overtravel with the advantage of a crisp, light pull. The high-quality chromoly steel barrel is button rifled and thermally stress relieved. A target-style crown protects the rifling at the muzzle. The steel action is through-hardened and includes a steel recoil lug that prevents twisting in the stock under recoil and is precision bedded to ensure the barrel is free-floating. The rigid, full-diameter bolt body is Nickel Teflon® coated for smooth operation and the short, 60° bolt lift easily clears optics.

The action, barrel and bolt handle are coated with tough, corrosion-resistant Perma-Cote™ finish in flat dark earth color that adds concealment and complements the TrueTimber Strata camouflage finish on the stock.

The advanced polymer stock is equipped with textured panels that enhance wet weather grip. A flattened fore-end profile provides added stability when shooting from sandbags or a rest.

The XPR Hunter TrueTimber Strata comes in 13 popular calibers from 243 Win. to 338 Win. Mag. — including the Winchester 350 Legend. Barrel lengths are 22" for short action calibers, 24" for short magnum and standard long action rounds and 26" for magnum calibers. The XPR Hunter TrueTimber Strata sells for an MSRP of $599.99.

Features:

  • M.O.A. Trigger System
  • Bolt unlock button
  • Nickel Teflon® treatment on bolt body
  • Detachable box magazine
  • Composite stock with TrueTimber® Strata camo finish
  • Perma-Cote flat dark earth finish on the action, barrel and bolt handle
  • Inflex Technology recoil pad
  • Steel recoil lug
  • Receiver is machined from solid steel bar stock
  • Two-position thumb safety with bolt unlock button
  • Button-rifled, free-floated steel barrel
  • Recessed target crown    

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For Immediate Release: October 10, 2019.