American Built Arms Company intro’s MOD*X Rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor (PHOTOS)

The MOD*X Rifle by A*B Arms comes standard in 6.5 Creedmoor. (Photo: A*B Arms)

American Built Arms Company releases a new rifle, the A*B Arms MOD*X Rifle, chambered in what has become one of the industry’s favorite rounds — 6.5 Creedmoor.

Built in the U.S., the MOD*X Rifle features a lightweight, bolt-action design with a Remington 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD barreled action. Delivering a modular style chassis, the MOD*X is capable of accepting a bevy of after-market accessories, according to the company, mounting products such as the A*B Arms MOD*X GEN III Side Folder Mechanism and KeyMod parts.

The rifle ships standard with upgrades such as the A*B Arms Urban Recoil Pad, the Ergo 4009-BK pistol grip, the A*B Arms Xtreme 13.5” aluminum hand guard alongside a heavy, threaded barrel.

The company says the rifle tailors to hunters, military and law enforcement. (Photo: A*B Arms)

“The MOD*X Rifle was designed around the extremely popular MOD*X GEN III Modular Rifle System,” Jason Combs, President and Founder of American Built Arms Company, commented in a news release. “Along with our relationship with Remington Outdoor Company, we were able to merge the Model 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD in both .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor to create one outstanding, bolt action rifle.”

Designed for military, police and hunters, the A*B Arms MOD*X Rifle boasts a lightweight design tipping scaled at under 10-pounds. Available through A*B dealers and distributors, the 6.5 Creedmoor chambered MOD*X rifle is priced at $1,249.

The MOD*X features a modular style chassis that can accept a bevy of accessories. (Photo: A*B Arms)

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