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Another Look At The Remington Defense CSR

Thursday, March 19th, 2015


Here are a few more photos taken at SHOT of a high end variant of the Concealable Sniper Rifle from Remington Defense.


This one has a Proof Research barrel and carbon fiber handguard.


Photos courtesy of Scalarworks – scalarworks.com

Remington Defense – Concealable Sniper Rifle

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Here are some shots I took last week of the Concealable Sniper Rifle from Remington Defense.

Utilizing a modified variant of the Remington Arms Chassis System, the CSR quickly comes apart to fold into a backpack. It is currently available in .308 and .300 Blackout and is currently in use with customers.

The collapsible stock can also be removed for more compact transport.

Below, you can see how the barrel fits into the receiver.  The lever in his hand locks the front rail into place.

Interestingly, prototypes included this FAB Defense folding pistol grip but it is not included on production models.

Sneak Peek – Remington Defense 45 Deg Backup Iron Sights

Monday, March 16th, 2015

The new 45 deg offset back up iron sights from Remington Defense were developed as a component for their Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System candidate rifle.  

Consisting of front and rear sights, they are collapsible and adjustable for zero.  

Front Sight

Rear Sight

Additionally, these seem to be the first backup sights that are truly ambidextrous.  The rear sight can be flipped about, the opposite way and the actual sight separated from the mount and reattached, pointed in the proper direction.  The Picatinny compatible rear sight is easily secured via a hex head screw.

With the recent announcement of several Remington Defense rifles for sale commercially, we are hoping to see these available soon as well.  

MiliPol in Review

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Courtesy of the Polish military magazine Special Ops. Special Ops is printed bi-monthly with a circulation of nearly 10000 copies. They started in 2009 and have become Poland’s top SOF dedicated journal.

Revision Batlskin

Photo: Bartosz Szolucha

Remington Adaptive Combat Rifle

Photo: Andrzej Krugler

Brügger & Thomet MP45

Photo: Andrzej Krugler

FirstSpear Siege

Photo: Andrzej Krugler

Princeton Tec Charge

Photo: Andrzej Krugler

Sako TRG M10 Multi-Caliber Configurable Sniper Weapon

Photo: Andrzej Krugler

Inforce Weapon Mounted Light

Photo: Andrzej Krugler

Arc’teryx LEAF Alpha Jacket in MultiCam

Photo: Agnieszka Szwed

Camelbak Mil-Spec Antidote Reservoir

Photo: Agnieszka SzwedHeckler & Koch Bundeswehr G28 Designated Marksman Rifle

Photo: Agnieszka Szwedwww.special-ops.pl

AUSA – Remington Defense

Monday, October 10th, 2011


Remington Defense showed their new version of the ACR which they plan to submit as part of the Army’s Individual Carbine solicitation.

They’ve trimmed 1.8 lbs from the ACR. They’ve improved the hand guard and removed the large fork used to change barrels. Instead, a barrel spanner is supplied. Additionally, the stock no longer folds but still collapses. Finally, it will accept any mil-spec AR pistol grip.