Right before SHOT show MK Machining announced a bullpup stock chassis for the Remington 700 with posts to various social media outlets including Reddit and Facebook. We have seen a few attempts at a bullpup Remington 700 stock in the past, but there does not appear to be a readily available option to the bullpup enthusiast unless you want to make your own stock. MK Machine promises to change all that.
The MK Machine chassis weighs in at 5 pounds of machined 6061 aluminum alloy and utilizes a v-block type bedding system using the standard Remington 700 action holes. The overall length of the bullpup with a standard 20 inch barrel is approximately 30 inches. MK Machining claims that the trigger pull, which is usually a point of contention with bullpups, is fantastic and that it is as good as a quality aftermarket Remington 700 trigger.
According to MK Machine, initially the bullpup chassis will be offered only for Remington 700 short-actions, but they promise Remington 700 long-actions are next in line. MK Machine also promises additional popular bolt action rifles applications in the future. You can see a bunch of videos of the chassis on MK Machine’s Facebook page.
MK Machining is a Columbia, Missouri based company best known for inexpensive scope throw levers printed out of PETG polymer. You can find out more about all of MK Machining’s products here at MKMachining.com.