Steyr discounting HS .50 and HS .460 rifles this month

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

From the press release …

Steyr Arms has drastically reduced the price of its big-bore ultra-long-range HS .50 and HS .460 rifles to $3,995 for the entire month of April-or while supplies last. This special promotional sale represents a savings of nearly 25 percent off the suggested retail of $5,299 for HS .50 and HS .460 rifles.

Available in either .50 BMG or .460 Steyr chamberings, the smooth-cycling, single-shot, bolt-action HS platform features a 33-inch cold-hammer-forged and fluted barrel that provides unparalleled accuracy and ensures supersonic velocity at distances beyond 1,500 meters with most match ammunition. A highly efficient, three-chamber muzzle brake tames felt recoil. The barrel is fully free-floated above the rigid aluminum stock. A beefy two-lug bolt locks into the barrel block, which mates the barrel to the stock via two action screws. This configuration provides for quick and easy disassembly for cleaning and transportation. A 20-MOA declination Picatinny rail is attached to the barrel block, so the scope remains attached to the rifle when disassembled to prevent loss of zero. Maintenance is easy due to a low parts count.

To take advantage of this incredible offer, visit your Steyr Authorized Dealer, or call Steyr Arms at (205) 655-8299.

Steyr HS .460
Caliber.460 Steyr
CapacitySingle Shot
Trigger2 stage
Barrel33″ (with muzzle brake)
Overall Length54″
Weight28.5 lbs.
Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • Julio Julio on Apr 16, 2010

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    I took this photo of a magazine-fed HS50 at IWA last month.

  • Diesel Diesel on Jul 30, 2012

    That mag looks like you will be lucky to fit 2 rounds of 50 BMG in it.