Wilson Combat and renowned firearms expert Paul Howe have been cooperating for quite a long time and the results of their collaboration are always great firearms such as the Paul Howe Tactical 5.56 Carbine or Paul Howe Signature Glock Pistols. The latest firearm they built together is the Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle which Wilson Combat describes as “all-purpose medium to long-range tactical rifle with an effective terminal range surpassing 1000 yards“.
The Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle is based on the Wilson Combat WC-10 receiver set which is machined out of billet 7075 aluminum and features hand-applied Armor-Tuff camouflage finish. The rifle is equipped with a match grade 16″ stainless steel fluted barrel which comes with a Wilson Combat Accu-Tac flash hider. This rifle also features a WC TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) 4.5 lb trigger, Daniel Defense fixed front sight, flip-up rear sight with CSAT aperture, nickel boron BCG, Wilson/Rogers Super-Stoc stock, Wilson/BCM Starburst Gunfighter grip, 12” M-LOK rail and mid-length gas system. The overall length of the rifle is 34.5″/38” (stock fully collapsed and extended) and it weighs in at 8 lbs 4 oz.
The base price of Wilson Combat Paul Howe 6.5 Creedmoor rifle is $3,345. For additional $1,475 you can order the fully equipped version of the rifle that includes a Wilson Combat scope mount, Paul’s preferred Leupold VX-6HD scope, Streamlight TLR-1 HL light and Vickers sling.
Lastly, here is Paul Howe’s short bio as seen on Wilson Combat’s Website
Paul Howe is a high-risk training instructor that served 20 years in the US Army, ten of those in Special Operations. He served as a Tactical Team Leader in multiple combat operations and Senior firearms Instructor while assigned to a tier-one unit of US Army Special Operations. During his service and since his retirement he has become one of the most sought-after experts on close quarters combat and law enforcement/military small arms weapons and tactics in the world. Learn more about Paul Howe at www.combatshootingandtactics.com
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