The early version of the new Seekins Precision Havak HIT bolt-action rifle was shown at the SHOT Show 2020 and back then it was called Havak HT. Apparently, the company has been busy perfecting the design and almost two years later they finally added this chassis rifle to their production line of bolt guns. Let’s see what features the Seekins Precision Havak HIT rifle packs.
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An excerpt from the description of the rifle found on the company’s website:
Every day at Seekins Precision, we work toward perfection, and the release of the HIT brings us closer than anyone has gotten so far. We are not shy to say our new HIT rifle is the most innovative bolt rifle available anywhere, and that’s the feedback we’ve gotten from professional shooters who received a sneak peek. The HIT is not a hunting action slapped into a new, fancy stock–the HIT is a purpose-built chassis rifle with a load of features included for utility, ease-of-use, and affordability.
The receiver of Seekins Precision Havak HIT rifle has a flat bottom surface, integrated recoil lug, extended barrel tenon with a quick change barrel system and integrated 20-MOA top Picatinny rail. The action is compatible with Remington 700 triggers and the gun comes standard with a Timney Elite Hunter trigger set at 2.5 lbs. The bolt head is changeable and the rifle is push feed with an M-16 style extractor. The rifle is currently available in one of the following caliber options: 6mm GT, 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC and .308 Winchester. The barrels are made of 416 stainless steel, have a 24″ length, 5R rifling, LT Tactical contour, and muzzles threaded with the 5/8-24 thread pitch.
The aluminum chassis of Seekins Precision Havak HIT rifle features a right-side folding stock with a bag rider and toolless adjustability of the length of pull and cheekpiece height. The recoil pad is adjustable too. The cheekpiece is made of carbon fiber. The chassis is compatible with AICS pattern magazines, has an adjustable mag catch to allow a precise seating of the magazine and the front magwell wall is designed to work as a barricade stop. The M-LOK forearm will be optionally available with an Arca Swiss rail and a top forearm rail. The chassis also features an ejection port dust cover that automatically opens as soon as the bolt handle is lifted. The Havak HIT rifle weighs in at 11.5 lbs and is 43.5″/34.5″ in length with the stock deployed/folded.
The MSRP of the base version of Seekins Precision Havak HIT rifle is $2,100. The rifle is available in black or FDE color options. The company is also planning to launch the Pro version of the rifle designed for competition shooting.
To learn more about the Seekins Precision Havak HIT rifle, watch the below-embedded video:
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