I am confidence, because I am built by the best craftsmen with the finest components, technology and know-how. My fluted bolt body with a 54-degree bolt lift, fluted stainless steel barrel and precise LXX™ trigger come together to deliver the most dazzling shooting performance in hunting. Go ahead, shoulder my raised-comb Monte Carlo stock and send a round down my #3 contour barrel. See the bullet pierce the paper bullseye or big game heart and you will forever own the Accumark.
- SUB-MOA accuracy guarantee (.99” or less 3-shot group at 100 yards when used with Weatherby® factory or premium ammunition)
- LXX Trigger
- Fluted Bolt Body
- 54-Degree Bolt Lift
- Integral Recoil Lug
- Cocking Indicator
- Magnum 9-Lug or Standard 6-Lug Action
- Stock has been designed with a slimmer forearm and more distinctive lines and contours
- Grip diameter has been reduced
- Slight right-hand palm swell
- Hand-laminated, raised comb Monte Carlo composite stock
- Full length aluminum bedding block
- Matte gel coat finish
- Spiderweb accents
- Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad
BARREL AND METALWORK:
- Free Floating
- Fluted stainless steel
- Recessed target crown
- #3 contour
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46 customer reviews
The Mark V Accumark
The Mark V Accumark 340 MAG is the best hunting rifle I have ever owned. I bought her in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1995, and since, she has been my primary medium to big game hunting rifle. Being a re-loader, I am able to adjust the rounds to suit the game I am hunting from Boar in the lower 48 to Grizzly in Alaska.
Of all the hunting rifles I have ever owned, the Mark V Accumark has been the most accurate and reliable hunting rifle regardless of weather conditions or traversing harsh unforgiving terrain… she has never failed me!
Surprisingly, the Mark V Accumark is extremely light weight for such a large caliber. When I ordered her, I had the store gunsmith add two changes; replace the rifle shoulder stock pad and add a muzzle brake. With these two changes she shot smoother than my 30-06.
My second best hunting rifle is my trusting Weatherby vanguard chambered in 300 MAG.
I bought my wby 270 wby magnum and it is a tack driver. Always wanted a weatherby and I put a leupold VX3 LRP 8.5x25x50 on it. If you can see it, you can kill it.
This is my first Weatherby. I went with the 7mm wby mag because I’m impressed with the ballistics. Love the flat trajectory. I mounted a Vortex 4x16x50 Viper hs on a near manufacturing picatinny rail. All I can say is WOW! What a beautiful rifle.The design and construction are simply outstanding. It felt great in my hands. Love the fit of the Monte Carlo stock. Grabbed a box of Weatherby 150gr Nosler ballistic tips and took it straight to the range. Sub MOA? No doubt about it. I’m just a casual shooter. Not a hard core guy at all. The action was smooth. The trigger was very impressive. I’m happy with the factory setting. Had the scope dialed in and put the last three inside an inch within 10 shots. Ready for the Wisconsin whitetail season. I’ve got a stand overlooking a marsh 350 yards deep. I’m confident this rifle will cover every inch to the far tree line. Any miss will be totally my fault. I’m thrilled to be a proud new Weatherby owner.
338-378 way mag
As accurate at 1000 yards as 100. With worked up hand loads it has performed out to 1600yards with ease. Note that with this cartridge and this much powder heating up the barrel it is only good for three successive shots. Barrel heat makes any further shots start to walk until a good cool down. It is a sporter barrel. The super strong mk v lockup is a confidence booster. Accurate and deadly.
love this rifle
I love my accumark in .30-378 i bought it when they first came out for I think it was $1200 - $1400(my how times have changed ) it has the HS Precision stock and the accubrake but i had a problem with mine the barrel was stressed(figures i get the bad one) it would walk up the target so i took it to Bobby Hart at RW Hart & son rifles and had it skim bedded but that didn't help so then i took it to Gander Mt. and had it sent out for $75 to be frozen at 300 below zero and boom it came back a tack driver !