Howa HS Carbon Fiber 6.5 Creedmoor Bolt Action Rifle, Gray - HSCF65CGRY
Discover the innovation and lightweight design of Howa Carbon Fiber Rifles, engineered for precision and performance
These rifles feature advanced carbon fiber technology that reduces weight while maintaining rigidity and accuracy
The combination of carbon fiber components and precision-engineering results in enhanced accuracy and consistent shot placement
Enjoy the benefits of a lightweight build that reduces fatigue during long shooting sessions and allows for easy maneuverability
The carbon fiber construction offers durability and weather-resistance, making these rifles suitable for various outdoor conditions
Explore various configurations and caliber options to choose a Howa carbon fiber rifle that aligns with your shooting preferences
These rifles are known for their smooth bolt action, ensuring quick follow-up shots and optimal cycling for reliable performance
Each Howa carbon fiber rifle reflects precision craftsmanship and attention to detail, contributing to exceptional shooting experiences
The Howa HS carbon fiber offerings represent a meticulous fusion of high-performance elements harmonized into a single entity. This includes a Howa barreled action with carbon-wrapped threading, seamlessly integrated into the renowned HS precision full aluminum bed stock. The stock itself is a composite composition of Kevlar, fiberglass, and carbon fiber, enhanced by a barrel center screw for added stability.
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Magazines will be removed from firearms when shipping to states with magazine capacity restrictions.