XLR unveils Envy precision rifle chassis for Remington 700 short action
By Jacki Billings
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.
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