Precision Rifles & Precision Rifle Chassis Systems
AI AXMC: The latest in a long and distinguished line of combat proven sniper rifles, the AX series comprises the stand-alone AI AX308 (.308 Win) and the multi caliber AI AXMC, a .338 Lap Mag which can be reconfigured to .300 Win Mag or.308 Win in minutes simply by changing the barrel, bolt and magazine/insert.read more
The IWI DAN 338 Bolt Action Modular Sniper Rifle, renowned for its outstanding strength, has been designed to reach a perfect aim-and-shoot during the first round. The sniper was developed in collaboration with the Elite Units of Israel Defense Forces (IDF) following years of battlefield experience. Together they built the ultimate bolt action sniper rifle specifically for military and police organizations and law enforcement agencies worldwide.read more
The RITTER STARK SX-1 MTR TACTICAL RIFLE was designed to allow operators to customize the rifle to fit any specific mission requirements. The rifle can be supplied with three interchangeable calibers: .308 Win, .300 Win Magnum and .338 Lapua Magnum. With the SX-1 MTR, operators can utilize different aftermarket magazines and drop-in upgrades with the AR15/M16/M4 pistol grips and buttstocks that fit to the original R&S buttstock folding mechanism.read more
The Sisk Tactical Adaptive Rifle (STAR) offers professional and competitive shooters something they’ve never experienced before – a take-down rifle with near-infinite adaptability featuring adjustment points at the butt, comb and wrist for customizable, ergonomic performance in any shooting situation imaginable.read more
Boasting the multi-caliber support of toroidal locking lugs that never need lapping, an interlocking scope mount, a Mauser extractor and a Springfield ejector, American Rifle Company’s Mausingfield action is a unique fusion of modern design and battle-proven features from bolt actions past. The Mausingfield is compatible with aftermarket components designed for use with the Remington Model 700, such as triggers, trigger guards, and magazines, stocks, and chassis. And as if that’s not enough, the Mausingfield is also compatible with Savage barrels and lock nuts, enabling you to install off-the-shelf turnkey barrels without the need for expensive equipment or custom machining.read more
The Remington PSR (Precision Sniper Rifle) also known as the Remington MSR (Modular Sniper Rifle) is the sniper rifle that won the SOCOM PSR Competition. The Remington PSR beat out the following impressive list of sniper rifles. SOCOM PSR Competition Candidates, Accuracy International AX 338, ArmaLite AR-30, Barrett MRAD (Multi-Role Adaptive Design) Blaser Tactical 2, Desert Tactical Arms SRS, FN Ballista, PGM 338, Sako TRG M10, he Remington PSR is now available to purchase as a kitread more
Huber Concepts Triggers are reportedly the best premium aftermarket rifle trigger for the Remington model 700 rifle and it’s clones.read more
The TIMNEY RUGER PRECISION RIFLE 2 STAGE TRIGGER is a self-contained, 100% DROP-IN TRIGGER ready to install in your Ruger Precision Rifle for an exceptionally smooth, crisp, two-stage trigger pull. No gunsmithing, fitting, or adjusting required.
The TIMNEY RUGER PRECISION RIFLE 2 STAGE TRIGGER is also CNC machined, heat treated and coated. The sear is wire EDM cut, heat treated to 58-60 Rockwell and Teflon-nickel coated for lubricity and dependable, long-lasting service life.
Timney offers this 2 stage trigger for the Ruger Precision Rifle. The pull weight is factory calibrated for an eight-ounce first stage and one -pound second stage (the second stage is adjustable from 8-ounces to 2.5 pounds of pull weight)
The 2-Stage trigger features machined and hardened steel work surfaces and the sears are Teflon-nickel coated for added lubricity. The trigger housing and shoe are CNC machined using state-of-the-art robotics and the sears are EDM cut from high-grade solid steel. The trigger housing utilizes an anodized aluminum body and the trigger shoe and safety are carbonitrided which dramatically increases the surface hardness and wear-resistance properties of the metal.read more
Savage teamed with Drake Associates to expand this “BA” line of long-range chassis rifles. The new Model 10/110 BA Stealth features a factory-blueprinted Model 10/110 barreled action mated to a custom version of the Drake Hunter/Stalker monolithic chassis, which has been enhanced to Savage’s specifications.read more
What happens when you cross a Weatherby Vanguard Rifle with a MDT LSS Chassis? Well to start with you get something I never dreamed I would see. Beyond that the end result is the Weatherby Vanguard Modular Chassis. I have no proof that the Weatherby Vanguard Modular Chassis uses a MDT LSS Chassis other than my eyes.read more
Remington M2010 Barreled Action un-boxing, first look and pictures of my .300 Win Mag chambered Remington Defense M2010 barreled action. Next up a Cadex Defence Lite Strike Chassisread more
The Generation 5 KRG Whiskey 3 Chassis (W3C) is one of the premier chassis available for your bolt action precision rifle. The W3C combines precise aluminum bedding with tool-less adjustments, durability, and excellent ergonomics. Right out of the box it allows the use of Accuracy International Chassis System (AICS) style magazines in your rifle without any special bottom metal. Numerous types of accessories can be added to the many attachment points, including hand-stops, sling mounts, rails, bipods, monopods, and more. Modular grip panels allow the shooter to tailor the fit of the stock to his/her hand which, combined with the other adjustments, yield a stock set up exactly as it needs to be for that particular shooter.read more
FN Ballista Precision Bolt Action Sniper Rifle. Caliber: .338 Lapua Mag. Conversion kits available in .300 Winchester Magnum and .308 Winchesterread more
The bolt action rifle has remained fundamentally unchanged for over 150 years. Sure there have been improvements and refinements but for the most part the basic rifle remains unchanged. There’s a receiver with a barrel threaded in to it. The barreled action is placed in a hunk of wood called the rifle stock. A scope is attached directly to the receiver or action. The action is fed by either an internal magazine or external box type magazine. The action is cycled by by lifting up the bolt, sliding it fully rearwards then returning it forwards and down to it’s locked position. Take the safety off, pull the trigger and “bang”. Repeat as necessary. Obviously the previous is over simplified.
Today we are on the precipice of great changes to the bolt action rifle.. Almost weekly some rifle chassis manufacturer or traditional firearm manufacturer announces a new rifle chassis system or a complete rifle built upon a chassis. The chassis eliminates the wood stock formerly used in bolt action rifles. The chassis in many ways are making bolt action rifles more AR-15 or AR-10 like. In fact many rifle chassis utilize AR stocks, pistol grips, scope mounts and any other picatinney rail mounted hardware you can imagine.
The changes do not end theres. Taking a play from Savage some clever folks are adapting Savage drop-in barrels to Remington 700 receivers. This method is called “Remage”. There are currently 3rd party Remington 700 action clones designed for Savage barrels. Not to be beaten at it’s own game several of Remington sniper rifles such as the PSR, MSR and CSR feature quick change barrels that look similar to that of an AR-15. It’s a matter of time before a modular quick change barrel system like that makes it to consumer rifles. We are seeing bolts that feature the best locking methods of all firearms combined in to bolts. These new rifle chassis are also in some cases allowing users to choose the type of magazine whether AR-15, AR 308 or AICS.
The future is also here with ammunition. Despite an emotional debate of purists in love with the .308 Winchester and it’s long proven history 6.5 Creedmoor is poised to be the long range accuracy cartridge king. If the military adopts 6.5 Creedmoor and brings the ammo cost down that will be a game changing moment for shooters and snipers alike.
The purpose of this site is to keep up with these changes for a future, current and historical perspective.