After several months of teasing us with pictures on Instagram and Facebook, Kinetic Research Group (KRG) has finally released the Bravo Chassis!
The Bravo Chassis looks and feels like a classic target or varmint-style stock. It features a full-length aluminum backbone that allows an end user to simply drop their receiver into the chassis and torque it down according to the manufacturer’s recommendation.
Due to the radius bedding of the Bravo Chassis, there is no need to bed the action. The Bravo Chassis has an adjustable length of pull and an adjustable comb. It accepts AICS-style magazines and M-LOK accessories. Purchasers can find one in both Remington 700 Short and Long actions and Tikka T3/T3X Short action rifles.
- All chassis take AICS magazines with nothing extra needed, the magazine is not included.
- Bravo chassis comes with the 1-3 LOP spacer kit which allows LOP up to 14″ approx, more spacers available for longer LOP.
- The Remington 700 long action Bravo chassis takes AICS CIP length magazines. It can accept the shorter AICS long action magazines with our Spigot Filler/Mag Spacer block available in the “Accessories” section.
- Receive $5 off Bolt Lift with purchase of Rem 700 chassis (automatically taken out during checkout).
- MSRP: $349.00
KRG was started in 2005 by a group of active duty Army Special Forces soldiers. The Idaho-based company has made some wildly successful over the years, such as the Whiskey-3, X-Ray, and Hubu Chassis. KRG also consulted on several major products in the Firearm Industry and currently has several prototype firearms in the works.
In the very near future, I will purchase a Bravo Chassis and mate it to a Tikka T3 rifle. My Remington 700 training rifle is mated to a KRG Whiskey-3 Chassis, and my PRS rifle is mated to a KRG 180 X-Ray Chassis. Suffice it to say I am a fan of KRG products. I expect the Bravo Chassis to be nothing short of amazing.
To order your Bravo Chassis, visit the KRG website.