Gives A 700 The Accuracy Of A Benchrest Rifle With AR-15 Ergonomics
Aluminum chassis system anchors a Remington 700 barreled action in a V-shaped bedding block for a rock solid mounting that helps ensure consistent accuracy. Combines the accuracy of a benchrest rifle with the familiar ergonomics of the AR-15/M16 platform. Straight-line design directs recoil force directly to the rear, dramatically reducing muzzle rise and time to get back on target for follow-up shots. Bottom metal is configured to accept detachable box magazines, available separately. Integral Picatinny rail above the receiver provides an ultra-stable scope platform with built-in 20 MOA elevation for extended-range shooting. Accepts any AR-15 pistol grip, receiver extension tube, and buttstock to increase the rifle’s versatility by mounting a variety of popular AR-15 accessories. Free-float aluminum forend has a full-length Picatinny rail on top and mounting holes to accept Magpul® MOE® L3 and L5 accessory rails (available separately) for lights, lasers, bipods, and other tactical accessories. Available in black or flat dark earth. Short action chassis is available with two 5 or 10 round magazines.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:70, Page:182
Sinclair, Issue:4S, Page:020
SPECS: 6061 T6 aluminum, mil-spec Type III hardcoat anodized, matte black. 3 lbs. (1.36kg). Short Action (SA) accepts Accuracy International .223/.308 magazines; available alone or with two .308 magazines included.