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List of bolt action rifles

Bolt action rifles are recognized by that the user has to manually rotate the bolt for chambering and primary extraction. Bolt actions are distinct from other manual action types such as lever action, straight pull and pump action mechanisms. Most bolt action rifles have striker firing mechanism (without a hammer),[citation needed] and therefore generally have shorter lock times compared to other types of manual mechanisms mentioned.

Name Image Cartridge(s) Years
produced
Country
of origin
BMS Cam rifle .223 Rem 1980-current  Great Britain
Browning A-Bolt Browning-ABolt-7mm-08.jpg .223 Rem to .375 H&H 1984-current  United States/
 Japan
Carcano Carcano M1891.jpg 6.5×50mm Arisaka to 8×57mm 1891–1945  Italy
Gewehr 98 7.92×57mm Mauser 1898-1918  German Empire
K31 Mq. 31.JPG 7.5×55mm Swiss 1933-?   Switzerland
Karabiner 98k
Karabiner 98 kurz.jpg
7.92×57mm Mauser 1935-1945  Nazi Germany
Krag–Jørgensen Gevär försöksmodell 1892 Krag-Jörgensen Norge - Armémuseum.jpg 6.5×55mm, .30-40 Krag, 8×58mmR Danish Krag 1886-1950's  Norway
Lebel rifle Lebel Mle. 1886.JPG 8×50mmR Lebel 1887–1920  France
M1903 Springfield rifle M1903 Springfield - USA - 30-06 - Armémuseum.jpg .30-03, .30-06 Springfield 1903–1949  United States
M1917 Enfield rifle M1917 Enfield - USA - 30-06 - Armémuseum.jpg .30-06 Springfield 1917-?  United States
Mannlicher–Schönauer Mannlicher schoennauer 1903-14.jpg Various, see article 1903-?  Austria-Hungary
MAS-36 MAS Modèle 36.jpg 7.5×54mm French 1937–1952  France
Mosin–Nagant M1907 Carbine.JPG 7.62×54mmR (and others) 1891–1965  Soviet Union
Mossberg MVP .223 Rem to .308 Win 2012-current  United States
Remington Model 700 Remington Model 700.JPG Various, see article 1962-present  United States
Ruger American
Ruger-American-Rifle.jpg
.204 Ruger to .338 Win Mag 2011-current  United States
Ruger American Rimfire .17 HMR, .22 LR, .22 WMR 2011-current  United States
Ruger M77 M77 Ruger (1).JPG .223 Rem to .44 Rem Mag 1968-current  United States
SIG Sauer 200 STR SIG Sauer 200 STR.jpg .22 LR, and 5.56 NATO to 7.62 NATO 1990-present  Germany
Spencer repeating rifle Spencer-rifle.JPG .56-56 Spencer rimfire 1860–1869  United States
Tubb 2000 Tubb 2000 rifle at NFM.jpg 6XC to .308 Win 2000–2012  United States
Voere S16[1] .223 Rem 2018-present  Austria
Winchester Model 70 Winchestermodel70.jpg Various, see article 1936–1963 (pre-1964)
1964–2006 (Push feed/Classic)
2008–current
 United States

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