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KRG To Launch Bravo Precision Rifle Chassis On Black Friday

Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Kinetic Research Group will introduce their latest precision rifle chassis, the Bravo, on Black Friday. They’ve been working hard to bring you a lightweight, ergonomic, and feature-rich chassis at an affordable price without sacrificing quality.

The Bravo sports a very attractive list of features usually only found on chassis costing much more:

-Inlets available for Remington 700 (SA/LA) & Tikka T3 (SA)
-AICS Mag Compatible
-Tool-less cheekpiece height adjustment
-User adjustable length of pull, via spacer stack
(comes standard w/ 3 spacers)
-Full length aluminum backbone from the action to the tip of the foreend
-MLOK slots on the sides and bottom of the foreend
-Accepts KRG Spigot mount
-Color: Black or FDE
-Materials: Aluminum and injection molded reinforced polymer
-Weight: 2.9lbs (R700 SA)
-Price: Starting at $349 (R700 SA) & $389 (Tikka SA)

KRG will open up ordering at midnight (MST) on Black Friday, November 24th, when they will have short action Remington 700 and Tikka T3 inlets in Black. FDE will follow shortly as will a long action option for the R700. For more info please visit: kineticresearchgroup.com/product/bravo-chassis

Sneak Peek – Kinetic Research Group Bravo Chassis

Monday, September 18th, 2017

KRG’s Bravo chassis page is live and loaded with details.

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They are planning to open up ordering/shipping by 24 November 2017. Although they don’t have a final price for the long action Rem700 version yet, it will be released shortly after the R700 (SA) and T3.

kineticresearchgroup.com/product/bravo-chassis

Kinetic Research Group – Whiskey-3 And X-Ray Chassis

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Kinetic Research Group specializes in long-range precision shooting components and was founded by several Special Forces Veterans. Although they’ve been around for several years, they continue to run the business lean, like a startup and due to their specialized nature, are relatively unknown outside of the “Sniper” community. They’ve got several new items coming in the future, but I thought SSD readers would be interested in their Whiskey-3 And X-Ray Chassis.

Whiskey-3 (Gen 5)

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The Whiskey-3 chassis combines precise aluminum bedding with tool-less adjustments, durability, and excellent ergonomics. The chassis will accept the Accuracy International magazine without any special bottom metal. Available in fixed and folding options.

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Magazine:
-AICS SA/LA(CIP)
-Sako (for TRG-22 only)

Inlet:
-Rem 700 SA/LA
-Tikka T3 (SA calibers only)
-Sako TRG-22/42
-Sako M995

Weight:
-3.8lbs fixed
-4.1lbs folding

Price:
-$899 fixed
-$1299 folding

Colors:
-Black
-FDE

X-Ray (Gen 2)

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The X-Ray chassis was designed as a less expensive option to the Whiskey-3. It is lightweight, user adjustable and offers similar ergonomics but it’s going to take a little more work to set everything up. This tradeoff means you can be in a KRG chassis for half (or less) the price of the W3. However, it’s only available as a fixed stock. There’s a lot of info on their website about this stock so make sure this is the one for you.

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Magazine:
-AICS SA/LA(CIP)

Inlet:
-Rem 700 SA/LA
-Tikka T3 (SA calibers only)

Weight:
-3.1lbs fixed only

Colors:
-Black
-FDE
-Sako Green

They are great guys, offering great products. You need to check them out.

www.krg-ops.com

SA = Short Action
LA = Long Action

Bolt Lift for Remington 700

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

The KRG Bolt Lift is an oversize bolt knob for a Remington 700 bolt action rifle. While this kind of upgrade has become popular among the “tactical” long range precision crowd, the KRG solution is different, in that you can clamp it straight onto your factory bolt handle without paying a gunsmith 70 bucks to cut on your bolt and install a new knob. The idea originated for for military snipers since they cannot permanently modify their weapons but the benefit obviously extends to LE shooters as well as anyone with a 700 who wants a more positive purchase on their bolt lever.

For more info visit www.kineticresearchgroup.com.