MDT has just released the TIMBR Frontier stock, featuring two models made for Remington 700 SA rifles.
MDT is known for its long-range shooting accessories, offering rifle upgrades ranging from bipods to magazines to full chassis systems. The newest product to be added to the company’s catalog is the MDT TIMBR Frontier stock, a laminate wood/aluminum micro-chassis made for rifles with a Remington 700 short action.
Developed over the course of a 24-month period, the MDT TIMBR Frontier stock was designed to pack your rifle full of modern features and ensure a perfectly rigid platform. The stock is made from Birch hardwood laminate and features an aluminum micro-chassis at its core. The wood is available with either a Charcoal or a Green Mountain Camo finish.
The entire TIMBR Frontier stock system weighs only 4 pounds, helping to keep your setup lightweight. The length of pull and cheek riser height can both be adjusted without the use of tools, and each stock also includes two sets of interchangeable rubber grips. The internal aluminum V-block micro-chassis free-floats your barrel while keeping everything solidly in place, and the stock’s bottom metal, forend and buttstock all feature M-LOK for adding accessories. The TIMBR Frontier stock also uses AICS-pattern magazines and features a large, ambidextrous mag latch.
Both versions of the Remington 700 SA TIMBR Frontier stock are available now and have a shared MSRP of $899.95, but MDT promises to release a model compatible with the Tikka T3x SA soon as well.
For more information, please visit mdttac.com.
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