Ashbury Precision Ordnance Manufacturing has added two new calibers to its line of premium precision tactical rifles based on their new SABER® VX bolt action receiver (an octagonal geometry precision manufactured bolt action receiver for .408 and .375 CheyTac calibers).
ASW precision tactical rifles are comfortable to shoot and are purpose built to deliver high levels of consistent, down range accuracy now in calibers from .223 to 408CT. They feature tool-less ergonomic adjustability, heat/mirage management, rugged advanced materials construction, engineered accuracy enhancing design, and offer shooters considerably lower felt recoil especially with the big .375 and .408CT cartridges.
The basic rifle weighs in at 18lbs with an overall length of 53 inches extended (and a compact folded length of 43 inches). There are flush cup sling swivel sockets evenly distributed along the entire length of the rifle on both sides. It is coated with a Cerakote black finish and natural carbon fiber fore end (and can be special ordered in Olive Drab Green, Flat Dark Earth, Titanium Gray, Tungsten Gray, Sniper Gray and SOCOM Blue). It has a fully adjustable two-stage trigger, set to 3lbs. The .408CT variant uses a 1-in-13 inch twist 5R barrel and the .375CT uses a 1-in-10.5 inch twist.
Who here owns one of their rifles? Thoughts? Any lovers of the .408 or .375 calibers?
The ASW-408 base rifle has a suggested retail price of $8,750. It doesn’t appear to be currently listed on their site: http://www.ashburyprecisionordnance.com/