Seekins Precision is now offering a line of built to order bolt action rifles. Their new line of Havok Bolt Rifles consists of two offerings – the tactical Havok Bravo and the hunting oriented Havok Pro Hunter PH1.
While the PH1 and Bravo are aimed squarely at different markets, they do share several common features. Both are built aroun the Seekins Precision Havok action with features like a full diameter bolt, 4 locking lugs, 90 degree bolt throw, helical extraction cam, and M16 style extractor. Seekins Precision states that this action is designed to be extremely strong:
The bolt lugs, when locked in battery, are oriented at 3 and 9 o’clock. This is different from the typical 12 and 6 o’clock positioning that places the bottom lug directly behind the feed ramp where there is very little material in the action. Our Havak bolt design allows for a generous feed ramp situating the bolt lugs in the strongest area of the action.
Both rifles also feature Timney 510 triggers, AICS magazine compatibility, 5R rifled barrels, threaded muzzle (5/8 x 24), and 20 MOA scope rails. However there are also differences between the rifles. The PH1, with its hunting focus, has more barrel length and caliber options along with a ProComp CH1 carbon composite stock. The Bravo features a KRG Bravo Chassis.
You can learn more about the new Havoc line of bolt action rifles at SeekinsPrecision.com
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