#SundayGunday: Nosler Model 21

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posted on February 27, 2022

This week, we’re taking a closer look at the Nosler Model 21 rifle. Based around an all-new action from a brand well-known for such innovations, the Model 21 is intended as a precision-minded hunter, with a broad variety of caliber choices. A TriggerTech Field model trigger yields user-adjustability, though it maintains a crisp feel at any weight. Out front, a Shilen match-grade stainless-steel barrel with a recessed crown and threaded muzzle yields incredible accuracy. Learn more about this all-new rifle in the video embedded above, hosted by Digital Associate Editor David Herman. MSRP: $2,795; nosler.com

Nosler Model 21 on White

For more #SundayGunday, check out our playlist on YouTube, where all previous episodes are archived.

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