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    Howa Precision Rifles

    Howa had their new long range rig on display: The Bravo available in 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5mm Creedmoor & .308 Win with
    20", 24" or 26" Heavy Barrels (threaded). Budget minded entry level package. Personally I'd like to see abetter scope on it out of the gate.....
    Other models also shown in conventional stocks / various configurations as per photos below. Liking the feel & balance of the Mini Action in .300Blk with 16.25" barrel.
    What a nice compact little package!

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    Whats the stock like...decent or tupperware?

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    Between the 783 and a Hogue is probably the best way to describe the "feel".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer686 View Post
    Between the 783 and a Hogue is probably the best way to describe the "feel".
    They used to use just straight hogue stocks, sure it's not 100% hogue?
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    If there using the name bravo I wonder if thats a KRG bravo stock on the rifle? If so seems to get good reviews as a good budget option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    They used to use just straight hogue stocks, sure it's not 100% hogue?
    Could be:I never confirmed and I don' t recall seeing any designations on it. It doesn't feel quite as tacky / rubbery as a Hogue.. maybe it was worn slick from everyone handling it lol!
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    Picture #4 I see an Oryx action, our Canadian made MDT sure left a mark on the 'muricin market!

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    On the Howa rifles they almost 100% use Hogue on all of their factory, "tupperware" stocks. They have a sweet little action though and it was definitely cool to walk by their booth and see swarms of people checking out the Oryx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayph View Post
    If there using the name bravo I wonder if thats a KRG bravo stock on the rifle? If so seems to get good reviews as a good budget option.

    Im almost positive that that's a krg bravo stock. Like 99.9%
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    Quote Originally Posted by greg olmstead View Post
    Im almost positive that that's a krg bravo stock. Like 99.9%
    100% it's a KRG Bravo.

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