Enoch Industries Introduces the ODIN Chassis System For The 10/22

    Enoch Industries Introduces the ODIN Chassis

    I have been searching for a compact precision rimfire setup for some time and I may have just found a big piece of the puzzle. Enoch Industries is officially announcing the ODIN Chassis System for 10/22 receivers that has the potential for a host of different rifle and pistol combinations. The ODIN chassis is built to be lightweight and modular, offering shooters a variety of rimfire options. Pricing is set at a reasonable $225.

    Additional details can be found in the press release below.

    Enoch Industries Introduces the ODIN Chassis System, a Lightweight Chassis for the 10/22 Platform

    Spring Creek, TN, June 17, 2019 – Enoch Industries, designer and developer of top-tier firearm components, has recently unveiled their first product, the ODIN Chassis System, a lightweight and versatile system for the 10/22 platform. Weighing in at only 12.2 oz, this chassis system incorporates current AR-15 attachment standards, giving users a new level of function that standard 10/22 platforms fail to deliver.

    The only 10/22 chassis available on the market with a Picatinny rail at the back, the ODIN Chassis System provides a better option for attaching a new standard of stocks and pistol braces. This flexibility features a smaller footprint and offers considerable weight savings over the standard receiver extension and buttstock combos. Machined from billet 6061-T6 aluminum, The ODIN Chassis System provides a rigid, no-compromise platform for building or upgrading a precision rifle or pack-lite pistol.

    “This new chassis fills the gap in the market for a lightweight, modular system for the 10/22 platform,” said Joseph Sudderth, CEO of Enoch Industries. “While on the hunt for a lightweight chassis to upgrade a 10/22, we couldn’t find anything on the market that fit the bill. So we set out to design one that provided the flexibility and versatility that we needed, and the ODIN Chassis System was born.”

    The ODIN Chassis System is designed to give competition shooters and 10/22 enthusiasts the freedom to customize their build for any number of unique setups. In the front of the chassis, MLok slots at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock allow for the addition of a variety of accessories while two steel, 360° quick disconnects on both sides of the chassis are ideal for running sling attachments. The ODIN Chassis System includes a grip adapter that closes the gap from the grip to trigger housing, keeping the transition to a minimum and providing a more enjoyable shooting experience. The chassis accepts all non-beavertail AR-15 grips, although some beavertail grips are compatible with minor modifications to the grip. The ODIN Chassis System also fits all standard, non-takedown receivers excluding the Supergrade. Other notable ODIN Chassis System specs include:

    • Material: 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum
    • Weight: 12.22 oz (including all hardware)
    • Dimensions: 12.75” (L), 1.5” (W), 1.5” (H)
    • Stocks: 3 Picatinny slots at the rear of chassis
    • Attachments: MLok slots at 3, 6, and 9 o’clock
    • QD Inserts: 2 nitrided 360° steel inserts
    • Barrel channel inner dimension: 1.015″
    • Barrel lengths: Using a 6″ barrel brings the threaded muzzle to .575″ past the handguard, exposing threads for silencers.

    The new ODIN Chassis System is available online to customers in the US (excluding Puerto Rico) for an MSRP of $225 and includes the ODIN Chassis in anodized black along with all required hardware. For more information about Enoch Industries and the ODIN Chassis Systems, please visit the website at www.enoch-industries.com.

    Pete

    Editor In Chief- TFB
    LE – Silencers – Science
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