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Thread: HERA H6 Rifle .223 Rem 18" Non-Restricted - COMING SOON!

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    FYI, Hera-USA's pre-order page lists an ETA of Q4 (Oct-Dec). I know we're supposed to get them before our southern neighbors, but July seems really optimistic. I personally expect to see these show up sometime in autumn. Would love to be proven wrong, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by North_Sylva View Post


    Our H6 in its final version is nearing completion. We are looking forward to starting deliveries of our H6 bolt action rifle in December of this year. We would like to thank you for the incredible support and feedback we have received from end customers, dealers and practitioners since the beginning of 2023. We then adjusted the production plans for the H6, took requests and suggestions into account and are pleased to be able to inform you of all the innovations and changes that have been incorporated since then. We thank you for your support and patience and apologize for the long delivery time.

    PRODUCTION
    Due to increased demand, we have decided to manufacture all components in Germany at the HERA location in Lower Franconia/Bavaria, with the exception of the trigger. In the future, we will be able to implement short production times, consistent in-house quality management and cross-departmental cooperation. As with our other products, we rely on uncompromising quality made in Germany.

    SYSTEM
    The H6 system has an all-steel action, a one-piece bolt and a laser-welded bolt handle. The bolthead has a force-controlled T-extractor which enables both, safe extraction and maximum contact surfaces for the locking lugs. The security concept of a mini system was implemented without compromise in all points. Despite the steel construction, the additional weight was limited to approx. 200 grams. In addition, the final version of the H6 has a screwed barrel, which ensures both, an extremely rigid connection and enables repeatable adjustment of the head space. Due to the form- and force-fitted mounted picatinny rail, this results in a maximum level of rigidity which is reflected in the high level of precision that corresponds to the weapon.

    TRIGGER
    We are pleased to be able to win over the company RECKNAGEL, one of the most renowned companies in the weapons industry on the German market, to produce one of the core components of our H6 – the trigger. The RECKNAGEL company can look back on many years of experience in the development and production of high-precision triggers for various systems. The optimized H6 trigger has a safety that can be operated with the trigger finger and is probably one of the best standard triggers that can be installed, both technically and qualitatively. All triggers for our H6 system are manufactured by RECKNAGEL at their location in Lower Franconia/Bavaria.

    Best Regards,

    Thomas Noth
    CEO
    Quote Originally Posted by North_Sylva View Post
    As mentioned previously the H6 are in production and HERA have a huge backorder list to go through but they assured us no matter what we are getting our shipment first before the Americans.

    They specifically mentioned Canada in this clip below posted 2 weeks ago.

    https://youtu.be/-RBQXBC7WmM?t=419
    Quote Originally Posted by Cross94 View Post
    FYI, Hera-USA's pre-order page lists an ETA of Q4 (Oct-Dec). I know we're supposed to get them before our southern neighbors, but July seems really optimistic. I personally expect to see these show up sometime in autumn. Would love to be proven wrong, though.
    Hmmm...timing aside, that pre-order site shows a projected U.S. price of almost $1600. So with the exchange rate, and of course the mandatory 'cuz-we-say-so surcharge normally applied to so many gun-related items, we will be paying...what?...$2300? $2400?

    I feel my interest waning once again...
    Eat right, don't drink, don't smoke, exercise, get lots of sleep...and die anyway!

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