On Target Fall Hunting Giveaway

Congrats to Elbert F. of Knoxville, TN USA. You Are The Winner!

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Enter To Win The On Target Fall Hunting Giveaway!

One Lucky Winner Will Receive:

Kimber Hunter Black Bolt-Action Rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor

500 Pieces Starline 6.5 Creedmoor Brass

A Total Prize Package Worth Over $1,228!

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Sponsored By: On Target Magazine, GAT Daily, Kimber, Starline Brass, GunWinner.com

- Prize Info -

Kimber Hunter Black Bolt-Action Rifle. Built on Kimber’s legendary Type 84M bolt action, the Hunter Black ($945) features all stainless steel construction with a black KimPro finish on all metal surfaces except the bolt body, a 22-inch sporter-profile barrel, 4-grove rifling cut at a 1:8” RH twist, match-grade chamber and user-adjustable trigger factory set at a pull weight of 3.5 to 4.0 pounds. The FDE-colored, pillar-bedded, composite stock has sling swivel studs fore and aft, a 1-inch thick Kimber rubber recoil pad, a drop at comb of 0.43”, a drop at heel of 0.54” and a length of pull of 13.75”. Other notable features include a 3-position Model 70-type wing safety, 3-round detachable box magazine and Mauser-type claw extractor. Empty weight is 5 lbs. 9 oz., and overall length is 41.25 inches.

Starline 6.5 Creedmoor Brass. We’ve loading Starline Brass for more years than we can count, and have never had a “bummer” case in all those years. Until somewhat recently, Starline only loaded straight-walled cases where the neck did not need to be annealed, but all that has changed. Starline is now cranking out annealed-neck rifle brass so fast we can’t keep up with the new announcements, one of which is the 6.5 Creedmoor with either large or small primer pockets (winner’s choice).  The 6.5 Creedmoor, originally developed by Hornady, is probably the most efficient medium-game cartridge known to man. If we could have only one centerfire rifle, we’d be hard pressed not to choose a 6.5 Creedmoor. Starline supplies OEM new brass to a number of cartridge manufacturers with their own proprietary headstamp.