Kinetic Research Group (KRG) has introduced a new rifle chassis called Bravo. It is designed for Remington 700 short and long action rifles and Tikka T3 short actions. It is made of high-strength polymer with a full-length (from the end of the action to the tip of the forearm) aluminum backbone to make it a much more rigid platform.
The Bravo chassis has a length of pull adjustability using 3/8″ spacers. The forearm features M-Lok slots on sides and the bottom. This stock is capable of taking barreled actions with virtually any barrel contour – up to 1.15″ straight cylinder. The cheek piece is detachable and has an infinite adjustability within its 1″ travel.
Nowadays shooting precision rifles with the thumb on the same side of the grip as the trigger finger has become a common practice. In order to make this shooting technique more comfortable, KRG has incorporated a thumb rest on the new chassis.
The aluminum parts of the Bravo chassis are Type III hard coat anodized and the steel parts are either made of stainless steel or have a nitride finish.
The chassis weighs 2.9 lbs without the magazine. Price for the Remington 700 short action model is $349 and for the Tikka T3, it is $389. The Remington 700 long action chassis price is not determined yet. All the mentioned prices are for the black color stocks. Colors other than black will add $30 to the price. Right now only black and FDE color options are available. The KRG Bravo chassis is scheduled to be shipping late November 2017.