Long-range rifle shooting is an exacting science. It is only the ideal combination of caliber, rifle, and optics that will determine if you can hit your target at long ranges.
Many variables come into play at increased distances. These variables range from the temperature in the ambient atmosphere to the direction of the wind. Another crucial factor is the trigger. A really good trigger can help increase your shooting capability to a great extent.
The Howa 1500: Made to Shoot Accurately
The right rifle can mean a world of difference to your shooting abilities. The Howa HS 6.5 Creedmoor is no simple BA rifle, but a precisely machined weapon. It is the perfect amalgamation of high-performance components that work together to create match-grade accuracy.
This cutting-edge weapon has been equipped with a broad range of state-of-the-art features designed to improve its already phenomenal accuracy. The thread-capped and carbon-wrapped barreled action has been mated to an excellent HS Precision bed stock preferred by many knowledgeable shooters. Add to that several other high-quality components such as fiberglass furniture, Kevlar, and carbon fiber parts that are combined to offer superior reliability and durability.
In the world of precision long-range rifles, the Howa 1500 has few peers and hardly any superiors. Its 24-inch barrel can make very tight sub-MOA groups even at very long distances. This rifle comes with Howa’s Actuator Controlled Trigger (A.C.T). This crisp trigger has a clean break and virtually no creep. The duel-stage trigger has a 3-lb two-stage pull that allows for highly accurate shot placement- shot after shot.
Since 6.5 Creedmoor caliber subsonic loads are already available, Howa has thoughtfully added a threaded barrel. This way, the rifle is suppressor-ready right out of the box and ready for immediate deployment.
The 6.5 Creedmoor: The Preferred Choice of the Special Forces
The US Special Forces Command ran a battery of tests before concluding that this caliber is more effective at longer distances than any 7.62×51 (.308 Winchester) loads. This is why USSOCOM decided to shift to the 6.5 Creedmoor for their machine gun, assault rifle, and even long-range rifle needs.
If you want to excel at long-range, precision shooting, you need the right tool for the task. Add the Howa 1500 6.5 Creedmoor to your armory. After all, our nation’s elite Special Forces have done the same!