Gunwerks RevX | SHOT 2017

Designed as a more affordable alternative to their current suite of rifles, Gunwerks is now offering the RevX rifle. The RevX rifle can be bought as is, or customized from the Gunwerks factory. The RevX rifle comes in a plethora of colors and features Gunwerks new GRB Action. These rifles will be available in 22-250, 6 Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 65 PRC, 7mm Rem Mag, 28 Nosler, 300 Win Mag , 30 Nosler and 300 RUM. With all Gunwerks products, you can select a scope for purchase, or provide one. Gunwerks will mount and zero the scope with your chosen ammo. Gunwerks will send you the appropriate ballistic data to accompany your build.

One area where Gunwerks is saving money on the RevX rifle is with the new GRB Action. Note the recoil lug. Since this is a two piece design, Gunwerks saves money by speeding up machine time and using less material.

Gunwerks recently celebrated their 10 year anniversary. Gunwerks is a dynamic company that has gotten a lot of shooters on target at 1000 yards. They have a proprietary ballistic calculator as well as a custom rangefinder. Gunwerks also offers training. Gunwerks is literally a one-stop-shop for all of your shooting needs.

Gunwerks RevX rifles. The RevX Composite stocks come in several different colors and feature Gunwerks Bedding Chassis and the metal Gunwerks Bottom Metal trigger guard.

Thomas Gomez

Thomas Gomez currently resides in the mountains of central New Mexico. He has an M.B.A, an Ar-15/M16/M4 armorer certification from Specialized Armament Warehouse as well as a Glock armorer certification. Aside from writing for The Firearm Blog he works as a Clinical Analyst for a large Hospital. He spends his free time farming, ranching, hiking, fly-fishing and hunting in the beautiful forests and prairies of New Mexico. He can be reached at


  • Dougscamo

    Thomas G, do you have a price range available?

    • RetroG

      Their website shows their normal line of rifles starting around $6K, so “more affordable” may be relative.

      • Dougscamo

        Yeah, that’s pretty much their “base” price before all the goodies….that is why I wondered what “more affordable” was….I don’t have any relatives in the 6K range….

      • Marcus D.

        Heck, even their muzzle loader costs that much. Who pays that kind of money for a muzzle loader that is not a hand crafted reproduction (or an original in stellar condition) Pennsylvania long rifle made from the highest grade curly maple?

      • RocketScientist

        “so “more affordable” may be relative.”

        Hehehe… uhhh, yeah. That’s what the “more” part of “more affordable” means. Its not necessarily affordable in absolute/objective terms (if you could even define that), but MORE affordable relative to some other referent (in this case, their other guns). That’s how the English language works.

      • Blake

        It literally is expressly relative, since the last part of the sentence is “…more affordable alternative to their current suite of rifles”.

    • Thomas Gomez

      Hello Doug. I believe the rep said the rifles were going to start between 2-3K.

      Personally…I would probably wait for the SOTIC rifle from KRG, buy a KRG stock and a Howa heavy barreled receiver or just get that new Tikka.

      • Dougscamo

        Roger that….thanks….