Left | XLR Industries Evolution - Gen 1
Right | XLR Industries Element - Gen 2
Here is what Steve had to say about our products.
I am submitting these as potential pics of the week.
I purchased the Evolution chassis back when you were getting started and have enjoyed it a lot. The Element was recently purchased for my wife and I put a Savage 12FV into the chassis for her. Both guns have been shot long distance and are regularly shot from a Pig Saddle out to 600 yds. I love everything about the chassis and the great customer service when I have called with questions. I especially like the chassis because of no bedding and not having to buy a bottom metal set up as an add-on. Those two items save a considerable amount of money and time. Both chassis were plug and play and fitment and finish are excellent.
Super nice products at reasonable prices, great value.
Ever wondered if you could use a chassis system for hunting. Short answer. Yes. Check out what Luke Conner, with Long Range Only, has to say about using the XLR chassis systems for hunting.
And not only has he had success with our products, but they work just as well for his 3 children who love to shoot!
This week we wanted to feature some of the coolest looking Envy chassis that we have seen! Both belonging to Wes Karmazin out of Las Vegas. Check out the build list below for these amazing rifles.
This rifle started life as a Cabela's Black Friday special 12FV that I bought for under 300 dollars. I built this one as a trainer for cheaper practice and for teaching people new to long range shooting. It's capable out to 1000 yards as an analog for shooting bigger stuff out to ELR ranges. Also, it will see service as a varmint rifle shooting off the Gitzo/Really Right Stuff tripod setup.
This has been my workhorse rifle for over 10 years. It started life as a Savage 10BAS-K .308 and slowly changed into what it is now. I mostly shoot it in our monthly matches at Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club in the Long Range Precision Varmint Silhouette match. It's proven capable out to 1880 yards.
A question we receive a lot, "Is upgrading to a chassis system really worth the extra money?"
Of course being a manufacturer of rifle chassis systems we are going to tell you that upgrading to a chassis system is the best way to go to enhance your shooting experience. Here are a few reasons to back that up.
Modularity. Allows the end user to change, swap and outfit their rifle to suit whatever purpose they desire. Sometimes without having to loosen a single nut or bolt. And the integration of today's widely used 1.5" RRS dovetail system has set us apart from the competition once again.
Increase in accuracy and repeatability. Our multi-point radial cut inlet contacts the receiver with more than 100 designated high points. Mimicking high-end glass bedding but with the ability to change barreled actions in minutes.
Adjustability. You can adjust the same buttstock and chassis system to fit a 6'0" man and a 5'0" child in a matter of minutes. XLR buttstocks have the largest range of adjustment compared to anyone in our class.
Price point. If you look into a traditional rifle stock, with a detachable box magazine system, 99% of the time those traditional stocks will cost more. Not to mention gunsmithing costs for bedding and inletting the stock. With our chassis system, you have it all right out of the box and within minutes your action can be bolted up and shooting.
Common misconceptions on rifle chassis for the traditional shooter, whether it be for hunting, target shooting or competing, can easily be settled with a little research.
And if you ever have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 970-241-1807 or send us an email to email@example.com. We would be happy to help steer you in the right direction, whether it involves using our products or not!
And thank you, Jason, for sending in the picture of your rifle!
If you're looking for a chassis system that is adjustable to everyone in your family, including your young daughter, XLR chassis systems have you covered.
Two XLR Element chassis. Two Completely different actions. Our chassis systems are so versatile that dropping your favorite action, new or old, is as easy as removing a few bolts. Once dropped into a chassis system you can run detachable box magazines, increasing your bolt action rifles capacity to 10 rounds! Eliminating the need for bottom metal, or custom gunsmithing, making XLR chassis systems extremely user-friendly.
Here are some build specs on the rifles pictured.Left: Trued Remington 700
Built by Valhalla Riflesworks Co.
This rifle build comes to us all the way from the Netherlands! Featuring a giant Barnard PL action in 300 RUM, this thing is a hammer!
Our chassis systems can be inletted to fit over 300 different actions, for both left and right-hand shooters. From chassis to fit rimfire training rifles to .50 BMG and beyond. XLR chassis systems can handle anything you may want to throw in it.
XLR is the official chassis sponsor of the National Rifle League and heavily supports the growing sport of long range precision shooting. We focused our ENVY chassis system directly on the needs of today's shooters. Making it the most feature forward chassis in its class, with more inlet options available than any other system on the market.
Our system allows you to simply unbolt your barreled action from your traditional gun stock and drop it directly into our chassis without the need for custom glass bedding or gunsmithing.
Thank you to Nico Detour for sharing this awesome picture of his ENVY chassis that was picked up off an NRL prize table! With a custom NRL logo engraved in the side!
Coming to us all the way from Australia is this awesome build utilizing our Element Chassis and Tactical Lite Buttstock. Did you know that our chassis systems require no bedding? That means making the switch from your off the shelf gun stock is as easy as removing a few screws and dropping your barreled action into our chassis.
With our multi-point radial cut inlet your action experiences little to no stress and the large open forend maintains a free-floating environment for up to a 1.25" straight bull barrel.
Here is a build breakdown of this weeks featured rifle! Thank you Trent for sending this into us!