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dangerdan  [Team Member]
3/28/2011 3:00:11 AM
Eberlestock Advanced Rifle Chassis

Anyone see this yet? Looks neat, but weird.

At the 2011 Shot Show, Eberlestock reminded the world that our company is not like any other gear company in the world. We focus on things that are effective, and things that matter. Below is our 2011 rifle stock system. Coming in summer 2011, this is a strong, lightweight, state of the art rifle chassis system. The folding model is the shortest-folding stock in the world. Bolt it onto your Remington Model 700 or Winchester Model 70, and you will have a whole new rifle. More information coming soon.







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BruceLeroy  [Team Member]
3/28/2011 5:46:48 AM
I like that!

I'm afraid that my bank account and wife will not like the cost on this.
Rob01  [Moderator]
3/28/2011 6:31:03 AM
Saw them at SHOT and talked to Glen about them. While they are not my cup of tea as I don't like pistol grips, they are very well made and will serve the end user very well just like his packs. One thing to mention though that will make this stock differ is it is lighter than most of the others. Not a big brick like the AICS so if you wanted a chassis but didn't want it super heavy it's another option.
dangerdan  [Team Member]
3/28/2011 8:34:17 AM
Depending on how much the stock is, I may take my Rem 700 in .308 and rebarrel it with an 18" .300 blackout. I've kinda always wanted a lightweight bolt gun that I could pack up, but still have good ballistics, and great, effective (and cheaper) sub-sonic ammo.
BruceLeroy  [Team Member]
3/28/2011 11:25:39 AM
Lightweight makes it even better for me. No word on price?? If it is under a grand I want one!!!
BlindFaith429  [Member]
3/28/2011 11:39:52 AM
Originally Posted By Rob01:
Saw them at SHOT and talked to Glen about them. While they are not my cup of tea as I don't like pistol grips, they are very well made and will serve the end user very well just like his packs. One thing to mention though that will make this stock differ is it is lighter than most of the others. Not a big brick like the AICS so if you wanted a chassis but didn't want it super heavy it's another option.


I'm gonna agree with you on this one Rob.

I am not really a fan of this, as I am a fan of the classic M40A1 style stock.

I also agree that it is nice that they are coming up with light-weight, folding for compactness style stocks. It does look to be plenty tough and strong.
DPRoberts  [Member]
3/28/2011 12:38:06 PM
That is one dead sexy chassis. I'll be in my bunk.
LoneWolfUSMC  [Team Member]
3/28/2011 5:02:30 PM
Looks interesting.
one15  [Member]
3/29/2011 8:22:16 AM
I like it. Not just a flat slab actually has some contour to it. Looks simple and light. Also like that they offer it for winchester/fn actions(not just remington) and it take fn's factory mags. So no mods to the reciever!
wes1  [Member]
3/29/2011 2:59:40 PM
Do want!
earlybirdnj  [Member]
3/29/2011 5:33:14 PM
Originally Posted By one15:
I like it. Not just a flat slab actually has some contour to it. Looks simple and light. Also like that they offer it for winchester/fn actions(not just remington) and it take fn's factory mags. So no mods to the reciever!


+1

13-F-COLT  [Team Member]
3/29/2011 10:02:59 PM
i'd have gone a different way, but i am happy to see the M70 action included.
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