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i looking to get a howa hogue 223 rifle what do you think of them GOOD or BAD.

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  • i looking to get a howa hogue 223 rifle what do you think of them GOOD or BAD.

    i looking to get a howa hogue 223 rifle what do you think of them GOOD or BAD.

  • #2
    The Howa hogue is TOPS...GOOD!Well Worth the Money

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    • #3
      My friend is very happy with his Howa in 223, and it is accurate.

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      • #4
        I own a Howa 1500 in .223 with a green Hogue stock (photo in my profile). It's equipped with a Bushnell 10X Mil-Dot scope, and it very consistently groups under minute-of-angle at 100 yards with my handloads. It has already proven itself in the field on varmints. In my opinion, I've gotten a great rifle for the money and it groups more accurately than rifles in my battery that cost much more. I'm very pleased with it!

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        • #5
          Icarus, welcome aboard! I think you'll enjoy this forum.

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          • #6
            Howa rifles are a good value.

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            • #7
              Good. I own a Weatherby Vanguard in a 223 that is a real shooter. Howa makes the Vanguard for Weatherby, so its basically the same.

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              • #8
                Good! I own a Howa 30-06. Very good rifle for relatively low cost = good value. Mine works and shoots better than most other rifles I have including those over $1000. It's going elk hunting this year and other much more expensive rifles are staying in the safe because of this.

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                • #9
                  I looked at the specs and if the weight of the rifle is a concern you need to investigate. Howa's are heavier than many other rifles.

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                  • #10
                    Jay, the Howa is just a little heavier than the typical rifle but you would have to weigh it to tell for sure as the weight is nominal. I like the weight though... it holds solid on off hand shots, swings more solid on running game and soaks up a little recoil. To me the only advantage of a light rifle is that it is lighter. I have a nice Weatherby Ultra-Light that is WONDERFUL to carry. That will be one of the rifles in the safe on this elk hunt. I can easily carry a couple more pounds and if I can't, I'll wear lighter boots. My Howa has won its way into the hunt by being extremely accurate, easy to carry and highly reliable.

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                    • #11
                      Thank you, Mr. Palumbo. I enjoy reading what folks have to say and it looks like there are some very experienced shooters here.

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