Spuhr’s First Rifle Chassis – Ideal Chassis System


    Spuhr Ideal Chassis System (SICS) – from what we can see and read the first chassis from Spuhr is a really sixy product. The Swedish company Spuhr are most known for their excellent riflescope mounts, and with this new product, the company enters a new market. The development has taken almost two years and from the peek views we have seen it looks like this is not going to be just another chassis.

    Spuhr @ TFB


    Below you can find the Press Release:


    Löddeköpinge, Sweden (September 6, 2021) – Spuhr i Dalby AB (Spuhr®) is introducing the Spuhr Ideal Chassis System™ (SICS™) to the North American market.

    Mr. Ulf Nilsson, CEO, says, “This is a project we’re extremely proud of. The Spuhr Ideal Chassis system, or ‘6’ for short, has been the company’s main focus for the past 18 months. The SICS™ was designed around the concepts of modularity, stability, innovation, and quality.”

    Integrating the Spuhr Interface™ into a chassis system allows the user to position accessories originally designed for the Spuhr Ideal Scope Mount System™ (ISMS™) at various positions on the rifle system, combined with an exchangeable handguard and bag rider, provides unsurpassed modularity. Machined from aircraft aluminum, with the sole synthetic parts being the rubberized pistol grip, cheek piece, and a Limbsaver® Airtech® recoil pad, the SICS™ offers an extremely rigid shooting platform. An innovative, and patented, quick-adjustable Length of Pull (LOP) allows the user to instantly adjust the LOP when shifting from one shooting position to another.

    The SICS™ also features LOP Presets so that the user can tailor his maximum and minimum Length of Pull. Integrated into the standard 16-inch forend is an Arca Swiss® rail for use with bipods and tripods, but even this part of the chassis still accepts Spuhr Interface™ accessories. As always, quality has been a priority, where the SICS™ does not feature any sharp edges while featuring the same high quality black anodizing known from the Spuhr Hunting Series mounts and rings (other colors will be available.) The first versions released will be for the Remington 700 and Tikka T3/T3x short action footprints, for use with AICS magazines. Pre-orders for the North American market will be accepted starting September 27th.

    Spuhr SICS chassis

    About Spuhr:

    About Spuhr i Dalby AB Spuhr i Dalby AB (Spuhr®) was founded in 2007 by Håkan Spuhr to design and manufacture advanced mounting solutions and weapon upgrade kits for elite military, police, and civilian customers. Best known for their Ideal Scope Mount System™ (ISMS™,) an innovative and market-changing approach to optics attachment, Spuhr® is a market-leading Swedish manufacturer of optics mounts and weapon upgrade kits, such as their adjustable G3 and MP5 stocks, to law-enforcement and military units around the world.

    Limbsaver® and Airtech® are Registered Trademarks, fully owned by Sims Vibration Laboratory, of 50 West Rose Nye Way, Shelton, WA 98584, USA. Arca Swiss® is a Registered Trademark, fully owned by Arca-Swiss Phototechnik AG, of Roosstrasse 53, 8832 Wollerau, Switzerland.

    Spuhr SICS chassis

    From what we can understand the new Spuhr chassis is available to ship very soon.

    Spuhr SICS chassis

    TFB has been promised an Ideal Chassis System and we’re in eager search of a donor rifle to be able to try it out to the fullest.

    Unfortunately, at this time, we do not have any more pictures or information about the price.

    From what you’ve seen in this article what do you think about the product? Apart from the Remington 700 and Tikka T3/T3x compatible version which other platforms would you like to see?

    You can find Spuhr’s website here and their official Instagram here.

    Eric B

    Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6×6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.