High-End Features for Breath-Taking Long-Range Performance - At a Modest Price


Howa’s 6.5 Creedmoor Chassis Rifle is built on the renowned Howa 1500 action that has become so popular with a broad spectrum of rifle shooters. That means a billet-machined, flat-bottomed receiver with an integral recoil lug, and Howa’s forged one-piece bolt with two-locking lugs and the bolt handle acting as a third, "backup" lug.

The first thing you’ll notice about the Howa 6.5 Creedmoor Chassis Rifle is its distinctive Battleworn Flag Cerakote® graphic treatment. But its performance will make you reach for it every time you’re heading to the range. Surrounding the Howa receiver is a rock-solid, all-aluminum chassis with an extended forend that has plenty of M-LOK™ accessory slots. The forend free-floats the 24" cold hammer-forged target barrel, which is capped with a Midwest Industries 3-chamber muzzle brake to control muzzle rise.

  • Consistent, clean-breaking Howa HACT 2-stage trigger with 3-position safety
  • User-adjustable trigger pull is factory set a 3 lbs. (1 lb. + 2 lbs.)
  • 24" barrel gets maximum 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge’s velocity/range potential
  • Hogue Overmolded finger-groove AR-15 pistol grip
  • Plunger ejector & M16-style claw extractor
  • EGW 20 MOA Picatinny scope base & steel rings
  • 10-round detachable polymer box magazine

To give you excellent control and a comfortable shooting experience with your Battleworn Flag Chassis Rifle, Howa has installed a Luth-AR MBA4 buttstock with adjustable height comb. This links up securely with the chassis via a 5-position mil-spec AR-15 carbine receiver extension tube, so it’ll accept many other aftermarket buttstocks, if you want to upgrade. MORE features:

Howa includes with the 6.5 Creedmoor Battleworn Flag Chassis Rifle "extras" that would normally cost you hundreds of dollars beyond the base price of the gun: a Nikko Stirling 4-16x50mm long-range scope AND a Buffalo River bipod with cant adjustment and 6"-9" adjustable legs (M-LOK bipod adapter included).

So there you have it: a unique-looking modern chassis target rifle that’s as up-to-date as the 10 o’clock news, with performance that used to be the preserve of expensive high-end custom rifles, all for a price that makes you ask, "Really?" Yes, really.