The Steyr THB Manners is available in .308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor. The rifle utilizes Styer’s Safe Bolt System (SBS) bolt-action receiver with its 2+1 safety system. The SBS action marries to heavy-profile, cold-hammer-forged barrel.
Steyr THB Manners Features
In the .308 version, the rifle comes with a 16-, 20- or 26-inch barrel. Meanwhile, the 6.5 Creedmoor barrel comes in 26 inches. Each rifle’s muzzle features a 5/8-24 RH thread pitch to accept muzzle brakes or suppressors. The rifle also comes with a thread protector. A match-quality, single-stage trigger system matches what is seen on Steyr’s more high-end, long-range tactical rifles, according to Steyr Arms.
The Manners stock features a CNC-machined aluminum MCS Mini Chassis System. Steyr claims the chassis is perfectly fitted to the SBS action for maximum repeatability. The chassis incorporates a trigger guard as well as the Maxwell that accepts standard Steyr four-round magazines. A Steyr adapter kit allows 10-round magazines to fit as well. The outer shell features 35-percent carbon fiber and 65-percent fiberglass construction. The stock is hand-laid in multiple layers with high-temperature epoxy resins and then heat cured in a vacuum, according to Steyr Arms.
The stock features an adjustable comb and an adjustable length of pull via spacers. Two flush QD sling-swivel cups and a Picatinny rail on the bottom/front provide attachment points. The Steyr THB Manners comes with a standard camouflage finish. However, additional colors are also available through special order at no charge.
The THB Manners rifle measures 47 inches overall, and it weighs 10.5 pounds, empty. The rifle has a 20 MOA Picatinny rail mounted on the receiver, and it comes standard with a round tactical bolt handle. The THB Manners retails for $2,395 and comes with a 1 MOA guarantee and a free training course at the Steyr Academy.
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