New Ultra Light Arms Model 20
Category: Shotguns and Smoothbores
New Ultra Light Arms Model 20
The world of hunting has really changed over time and so is the tools used for hunting. The coming of the New Ultra Light Arms Model 20 has provided an easy and a sure way of hunting in the wild. A lightweight, modern, bolt-action rifle offers exclusive flexibility and versatility. This model belong to the larger group of rifles referred to as New UltraLight Arms (NULA) in which its original predecessor was chambered in 5 millimeters whose magazine box was just 3 inches long. This made it ideal for cartridges such as the .257 Roberts. Its barrel was sleek and trim, the bolt was slender and it used Sako-style extractor and a plunger-ejector similar to that of Remington rifle.
The makeup of the stock complemented well with the barrel action giving the rifle an outstanding performance and the anti-gravity heft. While most modern rifles uses the synthetic stocks made from fiberglass, this rifle uses the aerospace material in its stock. NULA weaved together carbon fibers and Kevlar making the New UltraLight Arm model 20 rifle lightweight and rigid. It is one of the dependable, accurate and easy-to-use hunting rifles out there. The in-built system of this rifle conglomerates the barrel and machined action to a stock that is tougher than steel.
Specs of New UltraLight Arms Model 20
NULA uses a model number to distinguish between functions of different rifles basing in cartridge-specific actions. That is why, the New UltraLight Arm Model 20 weighs about 20 ounces for action-sized for the .308 Win. This model 20 is made up of a magazine box which is about 2.5 inches and it is designed for the 7 millimeters barrel. It also works very well with other cartridges such as 7.62x39mm Russian, .204 Ruger, .22-250 Rem and .30 Rem.AR. Many manufacturers who deliver rifles, which are chambered for cartridges of this size normally, block the magazine box of rifles previously manufactured for the .308 win.
This NULA’s model 20 hunting rifle is made such that its size matches very well with the weight of the cartridge it is chambered for. They are normally designed from the front screw outward for the rifle to balance well during shooting. It also provides a point between your arms when you've the model 20 rifle shouldered. Its muzzle isn’t that heavy neither is its butt enabling a hunter to hold on on its target until the shot is accurate.
The Ultra Light Arm Model 20 is designed specifically for an intermediate length action. It is also manufactured for exclusive accuracy and built for .308 cartridges, which aren’t that heavy. You should have no problem when shooting offhand because of its lightweight nature. This makes it an incredible deer rifle since it can support premium bullets that can bring a deer down. Normally, NULA manufactures a stock having a thin end pad but they would later stretch it using a thicker pad.
This model is a bolt-action repeating centerfire rifle whose caliber is rated as .223 Rem. (tested) and any centerfire-cartridge less than 2.5" OAL. Its barrel is 22" (tested); Douglas button-rifled, chrome-moly (stainless available) while the trigger is NULA-designed Timney. The magazine is a blind box with 5 + 1 capacity (.223 Rem.) while providing a drilled and tapped sight. Its stock is hand laid Kevlar and carbon-fiber and its average length is 411/4" w/137/8" LOP, 22" barrel. It weighs about 5.25 lbs. The accessories which comes with this rifle include a tough case and scope mounts.