Gunwerks has introduced a new lightweight bolt-action rifle designed primarily for hunting in mountainous terrain. The new rifle is called ClymR. It has some interesting core features as well as a number of customization options that allow the customers to build the exact configuration they want. Let’s watch the introduction video published by the manufacturer then go through the features and specs of this rifle.
ClymR rifle is built on the Gunwerks GLR action which is a Remington 700 footprint action available in right or left-handed configurations. This action is available in two material options: stainless steel or titanium. It is also possible to order the rifle with three barrel options (standard profile, fluted and carbon wrapped) and two muzzle device options (Gunwerks Radial Brake or Gunwerks Directional Brake). If you prefer a different muzzle device, you can order the rifle with a thread protector.
As mentioned in the video, it is also possible to choose from hinged floorplate or detachable magazine options. The caliber options available for the ClymR are as follows: .22 Creedmoor, .22-250 Remington, 28 Nosler, 30 Nosler, .300 RUM, .300 Winchester Magnum, .375 H&H, .375 Ruger, 6mm Creedmoor, 6.5mm Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC, 6.5-284 Norma, 6 XC, 7mm LRM, 7mm SAUM and 7mm Remington Magnum.
The stock is made of either fiberglass or carbon fiber. It is possible to choose the stock color or camouflage pattern from a dozen of options. The stock also features an aluminum bedding block. The LOP adjustments are done via spacers. The stock comes with a flush mounted Picatinny rail section for mounting a bipod and integrated flush cup QD sling sockets. The weight of the stock varies from 1.85 to 2.35 lbs.
Gunwerks has a Gun Builder section on their website which allows you to choose the options you want, see the appearance of your build and calculate the price. As you have possibly guessed, a rifle packed with so many custom features is not going to be a cheap one. The starting price of the ClymR rifle is $5,750.
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