Is It Any Good? | Fierce CT Rival Review

Designed for experienced hunters and superior accuracy, the Fierce Firearms® CT Rival Bolt-Action Centerfire Rifle offers sub-MOA accuracy at 100 yards and serves well in both medium- and long-range hunting applications. The match-grade barrel features a stainless steel liner with multidirectional carbon fiber built around it for strength, tack-driving accuracy, and reduced overall weight. The dual-plunger system with mini claw extractor ensures positive horizontal ejection for reliable performance, while the NC-coated bolt features a short 70° titanium throw and offers slick, smooth cycling. Fierce’s LastGuard Cerakote® coating, a premium weatherproof finish, protects the both the action and the barrel in wet conditions. The lightweight, yet strong Fierce Tech C3 carbon-fiber stock houses a solid composite bedding block for improved accuracy. This hunting rifle features an adjustable Bix’n Andy’s Dakota trigger, while the 3-position True-Lock safety offers an extra layer of dependable safety. Includes 1 speed box magazine.

Match-grade barrel
LastGuard coating – premium weatherproof finish
Carbon-fiber stock houses a solid composite bedding block
Adjustable Bix’n Andy’s Dakota trigger
Dual-plunger system with mini claw extractor
NC-coated bolt
3-position True-Lock safety
Includes 1 speed box magazine

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