Magpul shows off new Pro 700 long-action rifle chassis (VIDEO)
Upping their game when it comes to the Remington 700 chassis market, Magpul this week touted their new offering optimized for long actions.
The Magpul Pro 700L chassis, advertised in both a fixed and folding stock variant in three different colors, adds to the company’s line of aftermarket offerings for Remington 700 footprint short actions first announced last year.
Built on a fully machined 6061-T6 aluminum skeleton wrapped in Magpul polymer, the chassis system is fully ambidextrous and can be fitted for either right or left-handed actions after swapping the bolt-cutout plate. Further, the stock uses a reversible cheek riser as well as a reversible 4140 steel hinge on the folding version to accommodate southpaws and cross-dominant shooters. The length of pull, butt pad height, comb height, and cheek riser are all adjustable. For bipods and other accessories, the 700L is liberally bathed in 21 M-LOK (what else?) slots on the fore-end and stock.
The chassis mounts an integrated AICS-pattern magazine well optimized for PMAG 5 AC L Standard and Magnum box mags but works with most other AICS-style pattern long action magazines. Magpul says CIP-length compatibility “may be offered in future variants or through accessory magazine wells.”
Weight is 5.6-pounds and the 700L, which is advertised as “coming soon” is listed at $899 for the fixed stock, $999 for folding. The fixed stock can also be upgraded with an optional folding hinge adapter.
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