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Weatherby Mark V - Hunter - 22.0" - 243 Win
Weatherby Mark V - Hunter - 22.0" - 243 Win
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Tech Specs at a Glance:

Caliber: 243 Win
Weight: 6.10 lbs.
Trigger: Triggertech
Barrel Length: 22.0"
Barrel: Steel Barrel w/ Cobalt Cerakote
Overall Length: 43.0"
Stock: Polymer w/ Granite Speckle
Muzzle Brake: None
Threaded: Yes (1/2 x 28)
Magazine Capacity: 4+1

Price: $1,899.00
Special Instructions: Valid PAL Required
Firearm Classification: Non-Restricted

Quantity Available:2


Description Technical Info
Weatherby Mark V - Hunter - 22.0" - 243 Win:

The new Mark V Hunter is also fitted with a freshly-designed stock. Echoing the shape and ergonomics of the Mark V Backcountry 2.0 family of rifles that debuted earlier in 2021, the Hunter's polymer stock features the same trim, flat-bottomed forend, ambidextrous palm swells, aluminum pillar construction and is finished in a Granite Speckle.

he Mark V Hunter's barreled action is sealed under a shell of Cobalt Cerakote, shielding it from the elements. A deeply-fluted bolt with removable knob not only trims a little weight and helps clear dust and debris, it also reduces the bearing surface within the action resulting in smoother operation.

Designed to be the world's strongest action, the Mark V has a signature multi-lug bolt system inspired by the interrupted thread style of lockup. Available in both Standard and Magnum action sizes, the Standard employs a six lug design while the beefier Magnum uses nine locking lugs, enabling these actions to safely chamber the hottest commercially-available cartridges on the market. Other safety features include three rings of steel around the base of the cartridge when it's in battery, a fully-enclosed bolt shroud and three gas relief ports in the bolt body to vent pressure in the case of an ammunition failure.

Guaranteed Sub-MOA Accuracy

All Mark V rifles are guaranteed to shoot a 3-shot group of 0.99" or less at 100 yards (Sub-MOA) from a cold barrel when used with Weatherby factory or premium ammunition.

TriggerTech Trigger

TriggerTech's Trigger provides true zero-creep break, extremely short over-travel, and is externally adjustable. Precision cut stainless steel components ensure consistent trigger pulls from shot to shot in a safe, reliable, and corrosion resistant package.


Cerakote is the industry leading thin-film ceramic coating. The Cerakote unique formula enhances physical properties including wear, corrosion, and chemical resistance while improving impact strengths, and hardness.

54 Degree Bolt

The shortest in the industry (as compared to typical 90 bolt throw). Allows for faster chambering on follow-up
shots and greater bolt-to-scope clearance.

Technical Features:
  • Caliber: 243 Win
  • Weight: 6.10 lbs.
  • Trigger: Triggertech
  • Barrel Length: 22.0"
  • Barrel Contour: #1 MOD
  • Barrel: Steel Barrel w/ Cobalt Cerakote
  • Rate of Twist: 1:10"
  • Overall Length: 43.0"
  • Stock: Polymer w/ Granite Speckle
  • Muzzle Brake: None
  • Threaded: Yes (1/2 x 28)
  • Magazine Capacity: 4+1
  • Length of Pull: 14.0"
  • Drop at Comb: 0.625"
  • Drop at Heel: 0.30"
.243 Winchester:

The .243 Winchester (6x52mm) is a popular sporting rifle cartridge. Initially designed as a varmint round, it may be used for wildlife and game such as coyote, blacktail deer, whitetail deer, mule deer, pronghorn, and wild hogs. It can also be used against larger game such as black bear or elk, but is sometimes said to be "too light" for such large game. Rounds of at least 90 grains are better suited for hunting larger game while rounds less than 90 grains are more suitable for varmints. The .243 is based on a necked down .308 cartridge case

Suggested Use:
  • Predators
  • Small Game
  • Varmint
  • Deer (short range)


The .243 produces a velocity of 2,960 feet (902.21 m) per second with a 100-grain (6.6 gram) projectile from a 24-inch (610 mm) barrel. Commercially loaded .243 ammunition is available with bullet weight ranging from 55 grains (3.6 g) up to 115 grains (6.8 g). Twist rate of barrel is the major deciding factor in which bullets to use, 1:10 being the most popular as it is sufficient to stabilize up to 100-gr. bullets. However, for VLD (very low drag)-profile and bullets heavier than 100 grs., a 1:8 or 1:7 (for 115-gr. VLD bullets) is necessary.