Legacy Sports International Introduces New Howa Long-Range Rifle

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posted on April 14, 2017
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Legacy Sports International has introduced a new HOWA Long-Range Rifle featuring the GRS Berserk synthetic rifle stock.

The new rifle is built upon the legendary HOWA 1500 Precision Barreled Action, and chambered in .204 Ruger, .223 Rem., .22-250 Rem., .243 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor or .308 Win.

With a fully adjustable cheek riser and buttpad, the Berserk stock is made to fit any right-handed shooter. The Howa GRS rifle also boasts a textured rubberized grip and fore-end. Additionally, dual front sling swivel studs make mounting a bipod and sling easy and comfortable while integrated flush cups provide more sling mounting options.

At the center of the Howa GRS rifle is the Howa 1500 Barreled action, which features a cold-hammer-forged barrel, forged one-piece bolt with two locking lugs, M16-style extractor and ejector. The Howa 1500 barreled action is also equipped with the Howa HACT two-stage trigger set at 3 lbs. that provides a clean, crisp, creep-free break. 

Additional Features:
Howa 1500 Heavy Barreled Action
• GRS Berserk Stock
• .204 Ruger HB, .223 Rem. HB, .22-250 HB, .243 Win. HB, 6.5 Creedmoor HB, .308 Win. HB
• 20", 24", threaded and non-threaded options (depending on caliber)
• HACT two-stage trigger
• Sub-MOA guarantee
• Lifetime Warranty
• Pillar bedded 15% fiberglass reinforced Durethan
• Black, right hand configuration only
• LOP 13.2"- 14.5"
• Optimized stock contour for use of rear bags
• Rubberized grip and fore-end for better friction in wet conditions
• Flush cup sling mounts and push button sling loops

MSRP: Starting at $1,199

For more information visit legacysports.com

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