Editor’s Choice: Legacy Sports Int’l Howa Super Lite

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posted on May 6, 2022
Legacy Sports Int’l Howa Super Lite

Legacy Sports Int'l. brings its Howa Super Lite rifle to market for hunters across America who yearn to take the weight off their shoulders. This featherweight hunting gun offers a scant 4-lb., 7-oz., platform that’s designed for field use.

The Japanese-made rifle is built as a compromise between the company’s more traditional short-action designs and the newer Mini Action rifle built to take advantage of AR-size cartridges like the 5.56 NATO. The Super Lite is available in .308 Win. and 6.5 mm Creedmoor and is built with a 20" lightweight-contour barrel topped by a 1/2x28 TPI threaded muzzle.

Each rifle features a squared and trued bolt face for enhanced performance, as well as an M16-style extractor, two-stage match trigger, three-position safety, camouflage stock finish and a flush-fit detachable-box magazine. Legacy Sports offers a three-shot, sub-m.o.a. guarantee for each rifle. For more, please visit legacysports.com.

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