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BP Xpress Hunter

BP Xpress Hunter

"I build every gun myself," Ken Johnston says. Built on a Howa or Remington 700 centerfire action, the BP Xpress Hunter is designed for long-range muzzleloading performance and engineered to withstand a breech pressure of 125,000 psi. A lugged, locking bolt with two blow-by ports prevent primer blowback.

Loaded with 200 grains of Pyrodex, the BP Xpress is advertised to propel a 300-grain bullet at speeds close to 2,400 fps.


Suggested retail: $1,800 and up. Call 517-349-2976, or visit www.ultimatefirearms.com.


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