Check out this amazing rifle build out in Idaho's high country. Chassis systems are just meant for the range. The durable and rigid platform a chassis provides is unmatched in the field. Aluminum does not swell or shrink during extreme temperature swings, providing your receiver with the best environment possible.
Below is a quick build sheet for this sweet high country rifle build.
Thank you, Jared, for sharing your rifle build with us! If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming Pic of the Week, send us your pictures and build specs to firstname.lastname@example.org
We love seeing pictures of completed rifles built on our chassis systems. What we love, even more, is knowing that we have earned our customers business by going above and beyond to make their shooting experience the best it can be.
This is what Chris Summers had to say about his experience with XLR and his new Carbon Chassis system."Here's a little about my setup; it's predominantly used equipment... I picked up a used factory rifle about 5 years ago and have only recently (April 2018) started putting together a long-range precision rig. I have gotten into the PRS addiction with the help of some of my friends and am working toward competing in next year's Gap Grind at K&M Precision. The only upgrade I am planning in the near future is a new optic (Vortex, Night Force, or Schmidt Bender). I've attached a couple of extra photos; hopefully, they will help. The photo I originally submitted was from the Wisconsin Precision Rifle Steel Challenge (WPRSC) club match in September where I was able to go 9 out of 10 at 1000 yds on a standard IPSC target."
"By far and away the biggest improvement in the accuracy of my system, over factory stock, has been the XLR Carbon Chassis. The Hogue-overmolded factory stock was flimsy and flexed with even the slightest pressure. The chassis is rugged and extremely well constructed. I am planning another build in the next 2 years and plan to utilize another XLR Chassis for it."
"I can personally attest to the excellent team at XLR. I have contacted them on a couple of occasions with problems or just questions and they are prompt! Not just with an automated response, but with an actual response and solutions. I can think of one issue in particular where I had stripped 2 screws on the buttstock only days before my second match... I contacted them and they responded that evening and it was followed up with a phone call as well. They had me back up and operational with time to spare before the match. This completely blew me away; I thought I was going to have to miss it."
"Thank you for your time and great service; you've definitely earned my business!!"
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Here is a what David from Phoenix Arizona had to say about setting up his new rifle build;
"Cerakote was inspired by an XLR build 6.5 Creedmoor I fell in love with on the internet. The whole receiver and recoil lug were bedded. This chassis has the look and feel I was going for. I couldn't believe how smooth and well it shot while working up a load. 5 shots of each load work up at 100yrds. The pic attached was the obvious winner but the rest all grouped tight. Thanks for looking and for making a badass chassis. From Phx AZ David"
Below are the build specs on David's rifle:
As the official chassis sponsor for the NRL once again for the 2018 season, XLR couldn't have been more excited to see the finale of another great year! The NRL has really stirred things up in the precision rifle world, and this seasons set of matches was no different.
Going into the final match of the year, XLR Pro Shooter Jake Vibbert was tied for first with Jon Pynch. A teammate and competitor that Jake has been next to on the podium all year long, sometimes in front, sometimes behind. So everyone knew the last match was going to be a close call for these two.
The final match was again held up in the northwest, with wide open ranges and home to some of the most diverse shooting areas in the country.
This precision rifle match will Test the Best and determine the 2018 Champion precision rifle shooter! A limited amount of competitors who competed in the 2018 NRL season and received qualifying scores are invited to this match."
After the last shot was made, and the ring of distant steel faded, Jon came out on top, and Jake in a close second place. The split between first and second within 2 points. And 3rd place finisher, Austin Orgain, within a couple points of that.
XLR is proud to have such amazing shooters and people representing our brand. This year we had numerous team members have podium finishes, top ten finishes and top of the pack finishes. All of which we couldn't be more proud to be a part of.
Thank you to everyone who was a part in making this match, and the entire years of matches one to remember. The support and love from all the amazing companies have truly pushed this sport in the last few years.
As the competitive year comes to a close, with just a few PRS matches left, we can't wait to see what the 2019 season has in store.
This week we are showing off Scott's awesome build on the XLR Evolution chassis and Tactical buttstock. Featuring a blueprinted Remington 700 long action, chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum. Check out the full build specs below!
Thank you, Scott, for sending in these beautiful pictures of your rifle! If you would like to be featured in an upcoming Pic of the Week, send us your photos and build specs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Not one, not two, but three XLR chassis systems at the same shooting range! Thank you, Jason, for sharing this awesome picture with us. If you're interested in knowing what each rifle houses, check below.
XLR chassis systems are a direct drop-in product. No gunsmithing, bedding, or custom inletting needed. Torque down your action screws, load up a magazine and you're off to the range. Simplest, quickest way to take a standard rifle and make it one of a kind.
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Needing a bench rest plate for your M-LOK compatible handguard or forend? We got you covered with the new XLR Industries M-LOK Bench Rest Plate. With dimensions of 3" wide by 6" long, this plate easily fits into standard bench rest rigs. Whether it is site-in-day at the range, a weekend bench rest match, or you're a hardcore bench rest shooter, this plate has you covered.
If you are running a GEN 1 XLR Chassis system, with the round tubular handguards, or non-mlok forends, on the Element, Carbon, Evolution, Evolution HD, or Evolution BMG, we still have the original bench rest plates cut specifically for those chassis. CLICK HERE for the original bench rest plates.
Caleb put together a sweet Savage rifle on a budget, here is what Caleb had to say about his new build;
"Savage model 12 chambered in .308. Nothing custom for barrel or action. And a Vortex Viper 4-16. Pretty simple as I didn’t know much about custom rifles when I put it together. I did do my research on the carbon chassis though and found it was superb. I use it as a fun target rifle, and I will be using it for deer season this year also..."
By upgrading to a chassis system you can quickly unleash the full potential of your off-the-shelf rifle. With the vast adjustments in the buttstock and chassis, you can fit the rifle to your frame. Making your shooting experience much more enjoyable, and those long days at the range more enjoyable.
Congratulations to XLR Pro Shooter Daniel Bertocchini on his second place finish at the 2018 National Rifle League NCPPRC Tactical Bolt Rifle Challenge. Daniel has consistently been a top level shooter, with numerous great finishes this year including a win at the Precision Rifle Series Rock Lake Precision Rifle Steel Challenge earlier this year.
To see what Daniel is running this year CLICK HERE to view his XLR shooter profile. And once again, congratulations Daniel!
Here is what Ryan had to say about his XLR Element Chassis System
"All machine work was done by K&R Machine. Thanks for building an awesome chassis!
She is a sweet shooting rifle and best of all custom Cerakote!"
Thank you, Ryan, for sending in this picture of your amazing new custom rifle!