New American Defense PRC-700SA Chassis
Precision Rifle Components have collaborated with American Defense MFG and developed the PRC-700SA chassis. The Remington 700 Short Action chassis is purpose-built for the Precision Rifle Competitor, with features like modular weight kit and adjustable thumb rest.
The new chassis is designed from the ground up to provide a stable shooting position off barricades, bags, tripods, and the various other unique shooting positions.
There’s a number of Cerakote finishes including Midnight Bronze for instance. Just note that they have a premium as well as a longer lead time.
Here’s what the have to say about the new chassis:
The new ADM PRC-700SA chassis
is designed with the precision rifle competitor in mind. Accepting common AICS magazines, this chassis is engineered with features and components that will help you make successful shots from the most dynamic or improvised positions. Machined from 6061 aluminum and compatible with Remington 700 Short
action receivers, the PRC-700SA will raise your PRS game to another level. (Scope, rings, magazine, and bipod not included)
• ADM buttstock with adjustable, quick-detach cheek riser.
• Adjustable front night vision bridge with MLOK slots.
• LimbSaver® butt pad.
• Multiple QD sling swivel locations.
• Optimized cut-outs and channeling to maintain optimal balance for barricade shooting.
• Adjustable length of pull.
• Adjustable cheek riser with ADM quick-detach lever.
• 6-position adjustable thumbrest.
• Notch-Lock forend for rigid interface to receiver.
• 90-degree mag-well interface for solid positioning as an effective barricade stop.
• MLOK slot at buttstock bottom for optional monopod attachment.
• Accepts standard AR15 (non-beavertail) grips.
• 2 sling adapters for sling or DOPE roller attachment.
• Full length Arca-Swiss Rail for attachments like ADM Gravity Blocks, bipods or barricade stops.
• Paddle-style magazine release.
• Accepts AICS pattern magazines.
The price is $999.00, plus options if you want Cerakote finishing other than black.
You can find a full walk-through of the chassis here.
Let us know what you think in the comments below. Is it something you would consider for your Remington 700?