The new R/BTP is a drop-in chassis system that is designed for both Remington short action and long action receivers. According to Anarchy Outdoors, the R/BTP is a “100% drop in, side mounted, two piece design” that is machined from 6061 aluminum. According to the company, the system is built to very tight tolerances. A three way butt stock is used to best fit the gun to the shooter.
Four standard Cerakote finishes will be available with other colors as an optional customization. The base price of this chassis is $950.
Currently Anarchy Outdoors offers a range of products including a number of titanium parts and gear for the Ruger American Rifle and Ruger Precision Rifle. Among these products are dope card systems, bolt knobs, muzzle brakes and bolt shrouds.
The company will also add a line of titanium suppressors to its catalog in 2017. There has been a lot of talk about the possibility of sound suppressors being de-regulated in the United States, which would blow that market wide open. A company already tooled up to manufacture cans would likely find themselves in a profitable position should such a thing happen.