XLR unveils Envy precision rifle chassis for Remington 700 short action

The Envy joins XLR's lineup of rifle chassis. (Photo: XLR)

The Envy joins XLR’s lineup of rifle chassis. (Photo: XLR)

Custom rifle chassis and components manufacturer XLR is bringing more options to rifle fanatics, introducing the all new Envy precision rifle chassis.

With a base weight of 35 ounces, the Envy will initially be available for the Remington 700 short action as well as clones. The one-piece design is constructed utilizing 6061-T6 aluminum for a sleek balance between weight and durability.

Through a multi-point radial cut inlet, the setup is designed to allow the receiver to sit in the chassis stress-free granting better accuracy to shooters. As is standard with all XLR chassis, the Envy is a direct bolt-on application that requires no gunsmithing or special setup by shooters.

The new chassis features an integrated Arca-Swiss style, 1.5-inch dovetail mount on the forend which permits the system to be used alongside a camera tripod.

(Photo: XLR)

The chassis is designed to allow the receiver to sit stress-free, thereby improving shooters’ accuracy. (Photo: XLR)

The integrated, detachable magazine system uses AICS style mags while the magwell’s style boasts a larger, tapered opening for faster mag changes. The angled, serrated face can also function as a barricade stop.

The Envy also offers a 5.5-inch Picatinny rail located on the bottom of the handguard in addition to quick detach sling sockets. M-LOK compatible, shooters are able to add accessories as needed.

“What we have put together is the perfect package for your competitive, PRS style shooter,” Matt Means, sales manager for XLR, said in a press release. The Envy has more integrated components than any other chassis in its class. This highly anticipated product release will satisfy the needs of anyone seeking a durable and highly adaptable rifle chassis.”

The basic, striped down Envy chassis is priced at $740, but upgrades and options are available for consumers looking for a little more oomph.

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