Precision Rifles & Precision Rifle Chassis Systems
A new level of surgical precision, the Remington MSR Modular Sniper Rifle was designed for operators by operators. It combines lethal accuracy at 1500 meters with a user adjustable folding stock, free-float handguard, and the potential to change barrel lengths and calibers within minutes at the user level from .338 Lapua Magnum to .300 Win Mag to 7.62 NATO.read more
TriggerTech Drop-In Remington 700 trigger uses Frictionless Release Technology, or FRT™, which provides a crisp, precise and zero creep release. Utilizing true rolling resistance eliminates the drawbacks associated with sliding friction, resulting in the best release possible. The trigger is fully adjustable from 1.5-4lb in positive click indicating 1 oz increments, and can be adjusted without removing from rifle.read more
KIMBER ADVANCED TACTICAL SOC RIFLE MODEL 8400 (Special Operations Capable) is chambered in .308 Win. and .300 Win. Mag., both accepting 5 and 10-round detachable magazines for fast reloading. The proprietary Kimber aluminum stock is side-folding, has an integral rear monopod and 1913 MIL-STD rails machined into the top and attached to the side of the forearm. The dimensions of the heavy match grade barrel are verified with an air gauge and it is also fitted with a SureFire muzzle brake/suppressor adapter.read more
American Built Arms Company presents the AB ARMS MOD X GEN III MODULAR RIFLE SYSTEM designed and engineered for military, law enforcement, and hunting enthusiasts. The AB ARMS MOD X GEN III MODULAR RIFLE CHASSIS SYSTEM is a lightweight (3 lbs. 2 oz.), ergonomic, drop-in chassis for the Remington® Model 700 Short Action. It serves as a modular foundation on which tactical accessories can be added according to the operator’s needs.read more
Alexander Arms Ulfberht – Mechanically, the rifle is extremely simple, having only 48 individual parts and only ten moving parts that need to be maintained. Its mechanism is based on the Russian DP 28 machine gun. The simple, but reliable gas piston operating system of the DP 28 machine gun has been inverted and refined in Ulfberht to feature magazine feeding. An adjustable gas system allows users to operate the weapon in a variety of environments and situations, including extreme heat, extreme cold, and suppressed for all standardread more
Zel Custom 50 BMG T2 AR15 Upper Receiver “Tactilite” – Easily convert an AR15 to a 50 BMG Bolt Action Rifleread more
Timney 510 Thin Trigger – – Best replacement for a Remington 700 X-Pro Trigger. Features a case hardened housing and atrigger block safety – Click for more informationread more
McMillan Introduces Sporting Collection Hunting Rifles – The Sporting Collection is built around the all-new McMillan G32 actionread more
Drake TiTAN Titanium Barrel Systemread more
2015 US Army International Sniper Competitionread more
JP MR-10™ features a benchrest-quality short action with the best of everything including a large-knobbed, spiral-fluted bolt for dirt clearance, Picatinny top rail, single-stage match trigger, and JP Supermatch™ fluted barrel with large-profile JP Tactical Compensator perfectly blended to the barrel. This premium action is installed in our JP Advanced Modular Chassis System™—a state-of-the-art machined chassis system made from 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum.read more
POF Revolt Heavyread more
POF Revolt Light -Part AR-15, part bolt-action, all POF-USA. The NEW ReVolt™ Bolt-Action rifles feature our Gen 4 ambidextrous controls, innovative bolt-action design, and our M-LOK compatible M Rail. The ReVolt™ shares the look and fire control operations that you are used to. Minimize your training time, maximize your efficiency. Pure POF-USA quality and performance, purpose-built for those demanding more out of their bolt-action rifles. A perfect choice for hunters and Law Enforcement; and with the change to a captive pin at the factory it’s legal in all 13 Coloniesread 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.