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The NRA poster you published is a rifle still available at Dick's Sporting goods, it is a bolt action sniper rifle.
It's an interesting choice of a rifle for the ad. What is it good for when in civilian use - target shooting, hunting?
Dick's is selling them, really a very accurate longer range piece in 6.5mm or .308, both heavy hitters for getting mountain sheep, elk, bison, etc. Note the fast acting bolt, one finger/thumb pull back, it ejects a round and lines up the next for setting up next shot. Very like the specialized Olympics .22 Biathlon rifles, easy to use, very accurate, seriously adjustable.
It's a good choice for the ad I suppose, as opposed to an AR 15 with a bump stock.
I was startled to see this gnarly pistol grip, heat shroud, box magazine, adjustable shoulder rest, etc. unit on the shelf. I asked the clerk and he said it is for sale as it is NOT a repeated, it is a bolt action one cock, one shot system that CAN take large box magazines so you can shoot all day with one magazine, just one bolt action shot at a time.
LOOKS like a war weapon and it is indeed derived from the advanced sniper rifles developed for Special Forces and Recon operations.
Is 45 gonna pat himself on the back today? At the close:
"The market goes down and up." That's what his mouthpiece said after the last dive.
we shall see what we shall see ...