When southpaws from around the world said they wanted an Accumark for their hunting adventures, Weatherby made me. I am in every way the equal of my right-handed counterpart, but my 54-degree-lift bolt and safety is on the business side of the stock for lefties. Like all Accumark rifles, my new LXX™ trigger adjusts down to 2.5 pounds and has a wider face for a more consistent, accurate pull with your left-hand trigger finger.
- 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 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
Learn more about the Mark V features HERE.
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
14 customer reviews
Great Left Hand Rifle
I have an Accumark in 300wby and an Ultralight in 257wby. Both lefty’s. love them both.
They both shoot very well, sub moa. Fit and finish is very nice.
I wish weatherby would start offering some of their other lines in left hand (Arroyo, Outfitter, etc) I would definitely be first in line to purchase one.
Keep up the good work!
I own two left hand Accumark rifles, one in 7MM WBY and another in 257 WBY. I am a right handed shooter who is left eye dominant. Switched to left hand rifles about 20 years ago and watched my average shot group size shrink.
The Mark 5 in 257 WBY was the first left hand rifle I bought when I switched and was so impressed with the quality and accuracy that I went out and bought the 7 MM less than a year later.
My favorite caliber is the 7 MM WBY. It shoots flat, hits hard and accurate (3/4"-1") group at 100 yd with the 140 gr load I developed. My 257 is more accurate (1/2" at 100yd) but, I still love the 7MM.
You can't go wrong with these rifles. They have excellent build quality and hold up well in the field. I have carried mine up and down the Appalachian mountains, through farm fields and they still look brand new.
They only fault that I can find and this not with the gun, is that I wish Weatherby would offer more calibers in left hand specifically a 338 caliber like a Lapua or 340.
Mark v açcumark, 30-378. One shot kill on bull elk at 409 yards. I have shot win. Model 70, remington model 700, savage 110 and 116. Browning bar, browning model 78, remington 721 smith & wesson. Nothing shoots like this weatherby. I am 62 years old and my search for the ultimate weapon is over.
excellent love it
I own one in a 300cal. Shoot it everychance I get. You can't go wrong with this gun in any caliber.
Left Hand Calibers
I love the quality of Weatherby Accumark rifles, but I wish there were more calibers offered. I just recently bought a brand new 300 Weatherby Accumark in left hand and had the rifle’s barrel removed so I could convert it to a 6.5/300 Weatherby.I had a gunsmith purchase a 28” Walter fluted barrel to change it to the latest Weatherby caliber because it isn’t offered to left hand shooters. I will save the original barrel for my other 300 Weatherby as a spare tube. It would be nice if left hand hunters who are willing to pay for a brand new rifle directly through Weatherby could purchase the same calibers through a custom shop that are offered to right hand shooters. This would make a lot of sense and it would offer left hand shooters a way of purchasing a make of Weatherby rifles in their choice of calibers. No doubt Weatherby would sell more rifles as well. I’m just giving a little food for thought here.