On a whim, I plopped down behind the MR762A1 Long Rifle Package II at SHOT Show’s Range Day. 100 yards with this rifle ain’t much, so I went straight for the head. Yup, it was dead-on and shot smoothly. As you may guess from its name, this bad boy does indeed ship as a complete package with everything seen below . . .

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That’s a Leupold 3-9×40 VX-R Patrol scope with Leupold base and rings, HK G28 buttstock, LaRue/Harris BRM-S bipod, ERGO grip, Blue Force Gear sling, OTIS cleaning kit, HK multi-tool, and one 20- and one 10-round magazine all in a Pelican 1720 case.

MSRP is $6,899. It’s also available without the scope, mounts, and rings for a mere $6,399.

13 Responses to On The Range With HK’s MR762A1 Long Rifle Package II

  1. Ok, is it just me or is it really dumb to put a rifle in a case so that when it is carried the optic is on the bottom? Sure, it “looks cooler” when you open the case and the rifle is “right side up,” but… I mean… c’mon! This really bugs me.

  2. $6900 for head shots at 100yds. I have a PSA .308 AR that I paid $1000 for and a $250 SWFA 20X scope that will do the same thing all day long. That case is worth maybe $200 and the scope is way over priced at $500. I just don’t get it.

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