A classic bolt-action rifle design dating back to the 20th century. Its rugged design, performance against a variety of game, and accuracy made it a staple of American hunting before the Great War. The nuclear holocaust has merely changed the type of animal hunted by the owner of the rifle. The availability of replacement units often cause owners to neglect their rifles, though their performance even while damaged and far between repairs is a testament to the quality of this all American design. While the basic model was chambered for the venerable .308 round, hunters in the Capital Wasteland area are known to use a model chambered for .32 caliber rounds meant for pistols.
|Image and base type||Variant name||Rarity||Damage|
|Rusty hunting rifle||Common||5|
|Enhanced hunting rifle||Common||5-7|
|Hardened hunting rifle||Rare||5-8|
|Armor piercing hunting rifle||Rare||5-9|