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HOWA RIFLES

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Does anyone know much about Howa rifles. Prices are very reasonable, yet they sound like they are a very nice gun??? Looking at a varmit gun. 22-250 or 243. Thanks

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Howa are very practical hunting rifles. I have a 1500 lightning .308 for my son and a freind uses a .30-06. Both guns are good shooters.

Howa made the Vangard for Weatherby, (maybe they still do).

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Howa is a MAJOR Japanese industrial conglomerate, primarily steel. They manufacture all kinds of things, some HUGE machinery. They have made firearms to wear many labels. Products are quality but generally not flashy. Good solid stuff.

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