It was back on January 11th that we announced the debut of the NEW Oryx Bolt-Action Chassis Rifle Stocks by MDT (Modular Driven Technologies). That stirred up a lot of excitement in the industry because MDT is known for highly modular and equally great quality stocks. Now with the inception of the Oryx stock shooters had something more affordable to throw their money at as well.
Like many things that get announced before the SHOT Show in January, the Oryx Chassis Rifle Stocks were not available immediately at the time. Now they are though! While MDT is making this new line of stocks for consumers, it is Legacy Sports International who is distributing them and helping to get them in the public’s hands. Legacy Sports International recently gave this Press Release to let more shooters know that the stocks are on their way:
RENO, NV – (March 4, 2019) – Legacy Sports International is now shipping the new ORYX Bolt Action Chassis Rifle Stocks by MDT. The solid aluminum chassis replaces your standard rifle stock and provides a more accurate and ergonomic shooting experience.
The ORYX stocks are compatible with three of the Howa action sizes – Short Action, Mini Action and Long Action. As well as, Remington 700 Short Action, Ruger American Short Action, Savage 110 Short Action, and Tikka Short Action models. This affordable, aircraft grade, aluminum chassis has an LOP of 13.25” to 15”, and is compatible with AICS mags. The ORYX chassis features a contoured forend grip for a comfortable solid hold, adjustable cheek riser for alignment, an overmold pistol grip designed to fit hands of all sizes and shapes with an MSRP of $399. Exclusively available from Legacy Sports International. It is ‘Drop in Ready’ simply remove your action from your original manufacturer stock, drop it into the ORYX chassis system, and you are in business in less than 10 minutes. There are three color panel options available to go with the black aluminum chassis frame; OD Green, Flat Dark Earth, and Gray.
For those who are looking to trade out the stock they currently have on a rifle, are the Oryx series of chassis rifle stocks something that you would entertain? Is there a different make and model of stock that you have in mind instead? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.