H-S Precision has been building excellent rifles for a long time. Along with an FBI contract, the company also supplies the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) with .338 Lapua rifles. Innovative and custom rifles have been a specialty of H-S Precision for years, and now the company has unleashed its Tactical Folder in .308 Winchester, which author David Bahde wrings out in the upcoming March 2014 issue of Tactical Weapons.
Bahde writes, “H-S Precision started with its Pro-Series 2000 SA (short action) receiver chambered in .308 Winchester. These push-feed actions are smooth, precise and use a Winchester-style safety, making them well suited to duty operations. Mated to this action is a heavy-contour, fluted, 1-in-12-inch-twist, stainless steel barrel with a match chamber. H-S Precision’s match barrels are incredibly accurate—every one I’ve tested so far has consistently yielded sub-0.5-inch groups. With its 5/8-24 threading, the muzzle will accept flash and sound suppressors. My test rifle was equipped with a two-piece, 20-MOA scope base.
“Where innovation truly shines is the forend. It is a rail that accepts any number of grip panels. They can be smooth, textured or in pretty much any profile you’d prefer. You can add rails at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions. How you configure the forend is really up to your imagination and tactical need. The grip panels are available in different sizes, allowing you to make the forend as short or as long as you want. For those with night vision, a bridge mount can be added. Flush cups for sling attachments are available in the panels, and will be in the chassis on production models. This really provides some of the best modularity I’ve seen on the market these days.”
To learn more about the H-S Precision Tactical Folder, check out the March 2014 issue of TACTICAL WEAPONS, available on newsstands and digitally January 28, 2014. To subscribe, go to https://www.tactical-life.com/subscribe/tactical-weapons/
For more information on the H-S Precision Tactical Folder, visit: hsprecision.com
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