NRA Gun of the Week: Howa 1500 HCR Rifle

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posted on October 21, 2017

The Howa HCR (Howa Chassis Rifle) is a 6.5 mm Creedmoor-chambered chassis rifle currently being imported by Legacy Sports Int’l. The rifle package commands a price of about $1,725, but what it provides is hard to beat: an Accurage Mag rifle chassis paired with the tried-and-true Howa 1500 action and a threaded, heavy contour 24” barrel—all backed the company’s sub-moa guarantee. The LUTH-AR MB3 adjustable buttstock enables shooters of all sizes to easily adapt to shooting this rifle system. If that weren’t enough, the package also includes a Nikko Stirling Diamond Long Range 4-16x50 mm optic and lifetime warranty. Watch this week's featured NRA Gun of the Week video to learn more about the HOWA HCR, and be sure to swing by legacysports.com

Specifications: 
Importer: Legacy Sports Int’l.
Manufacturer: Howa
Model: HCR
Action Type: bolt-action, center-fire rifle
Chambering: 6.5 mm Creedmoor
Barrel: 24”
Finish: Cerakote MultiCam
Stock: LUTH-AR MBA
Chassis:
 6061-T6 aluminum Accurate-Mag
Magazine: Accurate-Mag, 10-round detachable box
Trigger Pull:
two stage; 4-lb., 1-oz.
Weight: 10 lbs., 5 ozs.

Optic: Nikko Stirling Diamond Long Range 4-16x50 mm
MSRP: $1725 (includes optic)

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