Happily, should you choose one of the more potent chamberings, the rifle comes with a threaded barrel and muzzle brake. I have tested this rifle’s sibling, the X-Bolt Pro, in 300 Win. Mag. persuasion, and found it quite comfortable to shoot. Browning calls the gun a “semi-custom” production rifle, due in part to features like a spiral fluted, three-lug bolt, a bolt handle with an enlarged knob and a barrel that has been subjected to a proprietary lapping process. The gun still has all the attributes of the standard X-Bolt, including a 60-degree bolt throw, a bolt unlock button, Inflex recoil pad and the Browning Feather trigger. I am a confirmed fan of the X-Lock scope-base mounting system, which doubles the number of mounting screws from four to eight. The trigger is adjustable within a range of 3-5 pounds. MSRP: $2,069.99.