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ORYX Chassis Stock fits Rem 700 SA/RH - OD Green

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  • ORYX Chassis Stock fits Rem 700 SA/RH - OD Green
  • ORYX Chassis Stock
  • ORYX Chassis Stock fits Remington 700 SA/RH - OD Green
  • ORYX Adjustable Buttstock
  • Oryx Chassis Barrier Rest
  • Oryx Forend Has M-LOK Slots


ORYX Chassis Stock fits Remington 700 SA/RH - O. D. Green
  • Includes Color Panels in O.D. Green - ODG
  • Weight: 4.2lbs
  • LOP: 13 - 13.5" (Additional LOP with our spacer kit)
  • Material: 6061
  • Finish: MIL Spec Type III hard anodize
  • Accepts Standard Grips (included)
  • M-LOK pattern slots along underside of forend
  • Converts Rifle to Detachable AICS pattern magazines - Order Mags Separately
  • Free floating barrel... Maximum barrel diameter of 1.250"
- Accuracy requires a proper relationship between a barreled rifle action and its stock. Stock makers have been constantly improving this relationship for years. There was glass bedding. Then, pillar bedding. Then full metal bedding blocks within the stock. Now there are "Chassis Guns" where you mount your rifle in an all metal Chassis to achieve total straightness, total rigidity, no flexing, no warping, and no stress. The Chassis gun is so effective, it has captured the Precision Rifle Shooting (PRS) marketplace. Unfortunately Chassis are expensive!
- Finally Affordable. Designed by MDT, the Oryx Chassis Stock is no more expensive than a high quality conventional stock. As you know, MDT is world famous for Chassis designs and innovations that benefit PRS shooters. The ORYX Chassis was developed as an affordable PRS alternative to a conventional bolt-action rifle stock. Designed with both range performance and hunting portability in mind - the ORYX provides superior ergonomics through it's specialized design. The drop-in style chassis is easy to install onto your action and comes with everything you need* to get out and get shooting. The stock is manufactured out of aluminum, hard anodized to MIL Spec Type III, and has durable polymer side panels. *Order magazines separately.
- Fitting Information. The Remington 700 SA Oryx Chassis is designed for "Drop-In" fit: Just remove your rifle action from your wobbly old stock. Drop it into the Oryx and tighten the screws.

E. Arthur Brown Company, Inc
4088 County Road 40 NW, Garfield, MN 56332

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Warranty Information

Warranty Coverage under MDT. CAUTION: Be Careful when fitting. Scratched stocks cannot be returned!
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Additional Information

OD Green
Factory Varmint
Remington 700 SA
Item Type:
Remington 700
Right Hand
Item Type:
Ships Internationally!
MDT Oryx
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Ergonomic Perfection

    Posted by Glen Stribling on Apr 13th 2022

    I'm building a Rem 700. Factory tactical barrel, 20 inch. This stock fits perfectly with plenty of free floating barrel room.It feels perfect while shooting. Hand grip is perfect size for me. Trigger is not a reach at all. I have both a Trigger tech and Geissele trigger and both fit perfect with safety. One of my favorite things about this stock is the handle on the butt for your left/free hand while shooting. It's a little thing but I really like it. I get a lot of compliments while shooting. The magazine dose not insert quickly but this is not the type of rifle you need that for. I like that the magazine is properly/securely placed so there is less chance of malfunction/misfeeds. I would definitely recommend this.

  • 5
    Oryx chassis stock by MDT

    Posted by Jeff on Apr 23rd 2021

    I purchased a Oryx stock to convert my Rem. 700 ADL .223 into a format to use AICS magazines. The stock is a piece of art and is straight as a arrow and solid. I added two spacers to the butt stock to make the length of pull fit my shoulder. The grip is different from a conventional MSR (AR) grip but I like the palm swell and the thumb rest area. The barrel floats with plenty of air space including the M-Lok slots under the barrel channel allowing more air to cool the barrel. The only issue I found is when it's time to clean my barrel. I like to use a Possum Hollow or Dewey bore guide to protect my chamber and bore. In order to make the bore guide fit I have to remove the cheek riser. Not that big of a deal because the support rods on the cheek riser slip back down into the stock without issue. Wasn't sure if I'd like the OD green side panels but now that it's all together the rifle looks really nice. The MDT magazines fit snug in the magwell and feed each round smoothly without issue. Very nice stock to transform my Rem. ADL into a modern bolt action magazine fed rifle. I recommend this product.

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