Wilson Combat and firearms expert Paul Howe have collaborated in the past with Howe Tactical 5.56 Carbine and Howe Signature Glock Pistols. Wilson Combat and Paul Howe have teamed up again to build the Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle.
Wilson Combat and firearms expert Paul Howe have collaborated in the past with Howe Tactical 5.56 Carbine and Howe Signature Glock Pistols. Wilson Combat and Paul Howe have teamed up again to build the Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle. Wilson characterizes the new rifle as, “all-purpose medium to long-range tactical rifle with an effective terminal range surpassing 1000 yards.”
The new Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle architecture is based off of the Wilson Combat WC-10 receiver set. The rifle features: a match grade 16” stainless steel barrel with a Accu-Tac Flash Hider, a Wilson Combat Tactical Trigger Unit(TTU) with a 4.5lbs trigger pull, a Daniel Defense fixed front sight, a flip-up rear sight aperture, nickel boron BCG, a Wilson/Rogers Super Stoc, a BCM Gunfighter pistol grip with Sarburst design, and a 12” M-Lok rail with a mid-length gas system. This is finished off with a Armour-Tuff camouflage finish.
The Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle starts at $3,345. For an extra $1,475 you can order a fully decked out version with: a Wilson Combat Scope Mount, Leupold VX-6HD Optic, a Streamlight TRL-1 HL rifle light, and Vickers Sling.
Below is the product description of Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle on Wilson Combat.
The hand-applied Camouflage Armor-Tuff finish has been developed to blend in well in many urban and rural environments, reduces the IR signature and also keeps the rifle cooler in high temperatures. The Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor base is our billet WC-10 large-format AR receiver set that will hold up to a lifetime of hard use. This precision rifle wears our match-grade, precision chambered stainless steel 16” barrel with deep lightening flutes and comes standard with our Accu-Tac flash hider. This barrel profile maintains an optimized size and weight profile without sacrificing accuracy or reliability.
A two-stage Wilson Combat TTU with heavier springs for a 4.5-pound trigger release– an ideal weight for gloved use in an operational environment– is standard. Paul selected a Daniel Defense fixed front sight tower along with his CSAT rear aperture flip-up for fast, reliable combat sighting. The Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor can be ordered as a solo rifle, or as a complete package kitted with Paul’s preferred Leupold optic, Wilson Combat lightweight scope mount, and Vickers sling.
Lightweight and compact with match-grade accuracy, the Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor has all the features needed for outstanding overall performance.
Paul Howe is a high-risk training instructor that served 20 years in the US Army, ten of those in Special Operations. He served as a Tactical Team Leader in multiple combat operations and Senior firearms Instructor while assigned to a tier-one unit of US Army Special Operations. During his service and since his retirement he has become one of the most sought-after experts on close quarters combat and law enforcement/military small arms weapons and tactics in the world. Learn more about Paul Howe at http://www.combatshootingandtactics.com
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