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Golden Eagle Model 7000 Centerfire Rifle

Item # UF101240410

Key Features

  • Action - Bolt Action

  • Caliber - 7MM Rem. Mag.

  • Barrel Length - 24"

  • Weight - 8.4 Lbs.

  • Sights - Burris Steel Bases

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Product Description
Manufactured in the late 1970's and early 1980's, Nikko's Golden Eagle rifles were known to be well-built firearms with much the same styling and dependability of high-end rifles at a fraction of the cost. The Model 7000 was made with a Mauser-style bolt action with a 60-degree bolt throw. A high level of quality is evident in Model 7000's deluxe walnut stock with rosewood grip cap and basket-weave checkering. This rifle includes Burris steel scope bases. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.

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Specifications
Model Model 7000
Type Centerfire Rifle
Action Bolt Action
Caliber 7MM Rem. Mag.
Barrel Length 24"
Weight 8.4 Lbs.
Sights Burris Steel Bases
Finish: Stock Wood
Finish: Barrel & Receiver Blued
Safety Tang-Mounted
Capacity 3 + 1
Stock Condition Very Good
Metal Condition Very Good
Bore Condition Very Good
Length of Pull 14"
Date of Manf. 1976-1981
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