Like a lot of current price-point bolt-actions, the Winchester XPR is built on a round-bodied receiver joined to the barrel by a lock nut. This design requires fewer machining or hand-fitting steps to regulate headspace, it’s a wining method among cost-conscious manufacturers. But what makes it stand out from the rest of the pack? Find out with the video embedded above, hosted by Associate Editor Jon Draper.
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