Or if you're just feeling particularly generous and wish to donate one of these rifle systems to me to make a review from a noob's point of view feel free, haha!
First option that's closest to my tax bracket, but still out of reach is the Cadex Strike Duel (or is it called the Cadex Strike 30?) rifle chassis system:
Cadex website) rifle chassis system for the short action (my Remington 700p). Here's what it looks like with a rifle in it:
Specs from the website:
Integrating the end user’s barreled action with the Cadex chassis provides an integrated sniper system solution. This system includes a folding stock, Dual Rail Technology integrated optic rail for inline mounting of night vision devices accessory dual rails for lasers, built in adjustment for cheek weld & length of pull, and employs an AR type pistol grip.
Users can employ the forward rail for mounting their bipod, and rear rail for mounting a monopod. The chassis’ integrated magazine well accepts detachable box magazines. Flush cup Sling Mounts are fitted at the butt stock hinge and forward the magazine well; forward sling mounting is by attaching a commercial Sling Mount to the chassis’ accessory rail, to permit selection of the optimum sling location.
The Cadex Strike Dual rifle chassis is a solution that provides the user modularity and portability for their precision rifle system.
Chassis interfaces are available for a variety of actions. Various top rail MOA’s also available.
If you wish to purcahse this for me, you can proceed to One Shot Tactical and pick it up for $1,999 CAD which is the current price as of 08Jan2014. It usually goes for about $2,399.99.
Next on my wishlist is the PGW Defence Technologies Inc Coyote 7.62 SWS:
Of course, minus the supressor because this would be for personal use, not work related.
Specs from the website:
Receiver and bolt:
Receiver material: Stainless Steel Pr. 70 416
Bolt material: 4140 C/M HTSR
# of lugs: 3 (2 front 1 rear)-one piece bolt.
Lug rotation: 90 degrees.
Recoil lugs on receiver: 3 lugs.
Scope rail screws: 10-32 (5).
Action screws: 5/16-24 (2).
Safety: 3 position with middle “field strip” position.
Ejector: Single plunger set.
Extractor: Hook type.
Barrel thread: 1.162X16.
Production method: CNC-VMC, LATHE and WIRE EDM.
Barrel material: 4140 C/M.
Barrel length: 24”
Barrel twist: 1-10”
Brake/suppressor thread: ¾-20.
Tenon thread: 1.162X16.
Fluting: Helical pattern.
Stress relief: Cryogenic.
Adjustments: Weight, creep and over travel.
Magazine material: Stainless.
Capacity: 8 rounds.
Pattern: 1913 Picatinny.
Slope: Forward 25 minute.
Stock (Folding stock available upon request)
Adjustments: Saddle cheek piece and spacer butt.
Bedding: PGWDTI-Titanium Cantilever Monoblock.
Swivels: To specification.
UNS/PEQ mounts: Night vision to specification.
Material: Stainless steel.
Attachment: Quick detach (with Allen key).
Configuration: Side port tactical.
Attachment: Tool free.
Night vision capability:
Type 1: Simrad via custom scope ring sets.
Type 2: UNS or MUNS via PGWDTI proprietary mount.
Stock: Molded camo to specification.
Metal: Teflon color to specification.
Transit case: (optional)
Case: Fitted Hardigg iM3300 for all components
System dimensions and weights-Coyote:
Rifle weight: 13.5lbs.
Rifle length (with brake): 46”Rifle length (with silencer): 51”Silencer weight: 30oz.
Silencer length: 12”.Silencer diameter: 2”.
Sub .5 MOA with proper ammunition.
Coyote Rifle System $5,500 Retail. Currently on Special for $4,800
Spare Magazines $100
Action Wrench $300
All rifle systems include rifle, muzzle brake, scope rail and 1 magazine.
Rifle actions include receiver, bolt, firing in assembly, scope rail, action screws, bedding block, bottom metal and 1 magazine (repeaters)
Rifles Feature Kreiger Barrels and McMillan A5 Stocks
Barrels are fluted and 1-10 twist, 24" Cotoye, 26" Timberwolf
Colours are solid tan (metal) with desert camo (stock) or solid green (metal) with green camo (stock)
Any applicabe taxes or duties are not included
Payment Terms TBD
All pricing is quoted in Canadian Dollars
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