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Accuracy International Arctic Warfare (working) . an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare sniper rifle, that fires from 8-brick magazines, using a bolt action mechanism . well, heres another sniper rifle: i present to you, the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare! VIDEO!!! this rifle features: -(true)bolt action -two 8-brick magazines -all black -thumbhole stock -sniper scope -folding bipod -long range this is my third sniper, and in my opinion, it is the best. it is a true bolt action rifle, which means that it does what the real thing does, instead of being bolt action when it should be semi-auto, and it looks way better than my Lee Enfield, my other true bolt action rifle. it is also a more modern rifle, so in real life, it performs better. the gun uses my now standard bolt action mechanism, but the band is stretched when you push the bolt forward, instead of when you pull it back. this is the same as the Lee Enfield, and on that gun i did it for a reason, but ive forgotten what that reason was. it does make it easier to load though, so i stuck with it. pics: the rifle, right side left side thumbhole stock grip, scope and magazine the two 8-brick magazines rifle with all accossories detached rifle without scope or bipod rifle with scope FPS bolt side FPS other side scope pics of the bipod: looking 'through' the scope. i couldnt make the scope hollow, so (as usual), theres a little hole underneath. 'field stripped' mech, no magazine bolt retracted, no magazine bolt forward, with magazine bolt pulled back, with magazine mech after full bolt cycle (with magazine) and one last look at the gun: thats it - tell me what you think!

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