JP Enterprises Chassis System (AMCS) With Handguard Remington 700 Short Action Black

Product #: 294384 JP Enterprises #: JP AMCS-REM2MB-LK
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Product Information

The Advanced Modular Chassis System was designed by JP Enterprises to provide the ergonomics of the AR platform in a stock that fits a bolt gun. Machined from black anodized 6061 T6 aircraft-grade aluminum, the AMCS features a folding buttstock with an adjustable cheekpiece. The cheekpiece can be raised to allow the shooter to mount AR type optics or lowered to allow the use of standard height scope rings. The included pistol grip has a palm shelf. These features combine to provide linear recoil impulse and reduced muzzle rise. The JP Chassis system uses AICS pattern magazines (not included).

Technical Information
  • Accepts AICS pattern magazines
  • Ambidextrous, extended magazine release
  • Weighs 83 oz., Length of pull - 13 in.
  • Quick detach studs for bipod or sling use
  • Modular handguard forend; maximum barrel diameter - 1.2"
  • Fits right-handed, short action Remington 700
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