EXCELLENT AIMING AND PRECISION CHARACTERISTICS EVEN AT LONG DISTANCES. Barrels in Chrome Molybdenum Steel: The Chrome and Molybdenum added to the steel substantially improve its resistance to the wear generated by the incandescent ammunition especially to the first part of the rifling over that of traditional carbon steel. The bars of steel we use are all induction treated at the steel mill which then translates into a longer life cycle for our barrels. o Cold hammer forging: o We rifle all our barrels by cold deformation rather than simply by subtractive manufacturing, which results in improved dimensional consistency and allows us to use steels with better mechanical characteristics (harder). Our frames and bolts are machined from solid blocks of high-resistance steel alloys. They undergo tailored heat treatments to optimize strength and durability. Our frames undergo a Neutral Hardening Process to achieve strength and resistance. After this is complete, the areas in the frames subject to the highest levels of stress undergo additional spot hardening. Our bolts with two front lugs undergo a case hardening and subsequent hardening operation, which increases surface hardness and fatigue strength by creating a hardened surface layer and a hard core. Short action with removable magazine for the model Rover 600 (chambered in smaller calibers). Long action with solid magazine or removable magazine on request for the model Rover 870 (chambered in medium to big calibers). The stock in techno polymer, i.e. nylon charged with fiberglass, features increased strength and it is less subject to breakage. Among our deer hunting rifles it is ideal for extreme hunting.