Ritter & Stark SX-1 Multi-Caliber Sniper Rifle

Over the last several episodes, Patrick has shown you how the Ritter & Stark SX-1 is made, what is coming next, and what inspired the level of detail that Ritter& Stark has put into the SX-1. The SX-1 has an impressive set of features that allow a shooter to quickly change from .308 Winchester to .300 Win Mag to .338 Lapua Mag without re-zeroing your scope since the scope mount is attached to the removable barrel.

They are currently in stock at EuroOptic and start at about $5500 and go up depending on options.

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Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and TFBTV Host. He likes guns and has liked shooting guns for as long as he can remember. You can follow Patrick on Instagram @tfbpatrick, Facebook, or contact him by email at TFBpatrick@gmail.com.

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  • jonp

    Great video and testing of the R&S. I’m also surprised at the bolt handle angle that requires you to come off the rifle to pull. That is an odd thing on an expensive sniper rifle to mess up.
    The question is: Does this rifle justify the extra $6,000-$7,000 over a competing rifle in terms of accuracy?

  • Destro Yakisoba
  • derfelcadarn

    I don’t give a rat’s @$$ how fancy your rifle is sniping is still murder.

    • jonp


    • Dan

      Murder is just a societal construct. Who are you to put labels on sniping. I am murder fluid. I don’t subscribe to your murderphobic narative.

    • Lt. Dan

      Yep. He probably deserved it anyway.


  • Stephen Paraski

    Yes. If it threads into preformed threads it is a BOLT.

    • Mack

      No, if it uses a nut, its a bolt, if the whole is formed in the part, it is a machine screw.

      Bolts usually pass all the way through the substrate and held with nuts. In the video are in fact, screws.

      • 41kin

        Yes, 4 screws that hold the handguard and 3 bolts that fix the barrel in
        the stock receiver. The barrel fixing bolts go through the receiver and the scope mount and are screwed into a threaded
        monolithic plate fixed on the right side of the receiver.

    • Mack
  • Herp

    To all you bolt guys, it’s a screw.

    Machine screws are a thing.

    • 41kin

      Yes, 4 screws that hold the handguard and 3 bolts that fix the barrel in the stock receiver. The barrel fixing bolts are screwed into a threaded monolithic plate.

  • Mike Lashewitz

    OK I am now accepting donations so I can buy one of these.

  • jonp

    I’m pretty sure I heard in the story that the retail was $8k? or so. That was the figure I went off. If they are going for roughly $5500 then I’ll revise that down to “extra $4,000”

  • FarmerB