American Built Arms Company Presents the MOD*X Modular Rifle System

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posted on January 9, 2015
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American Built Arms Company, a veteran-owned, Type 07 U.S. manufacturer of firearms and firearms parts and accessories to the defense industry has launched the A*B Arms MOD*X Modular Rifle System for the Remington Model 700.

The MOD*X Modular Rifle System is designed and engineered for military, law enforcement and hunting enthusiasts. The A*B Arms MOD*X Modular Rifle System is a lightweight, ergonomic, drop-in platform for the Remington 700 Short Action. It serves as a modular foundation on which tactical accessories can be added according to the operator's needs.

"We've been focused on designing a lightweight, ergonomic platform for the Remington 700 Series for over 10 months," said Jason Combs, A*B Arms President and Founder. "We wanted to manufacture a rifle chassis that was much lighter than competitive chassis designs found in the industry today while maintaining our affordable, ergonomic design standard that has been found in all of A*B Arms products.   We've accomplished those goals with the MOD*X."

A*B Arms MOD*X Specifications:

  • Designed and manufactured in the U.S. by a Veteran-Owned company
  • Designed for Remington 700 Short Action - Right Hand
  • Aluminum design, hard coat anodized to Mil-Spec Type III
  • Easy to assemble, drop-in design
  • 20 MOA built into Mil-Spec 1913 rail
  • KeyMod Standard on three sides of the forearm for mounting equipment
  • Conventional slots on two sides of the forearm for mounting equipment
  • Lightweight, 13.5-inch free-floating modular forearm
  • Will accommodate barrels as thick as the action
  • Comes standard with a LUTH-AR MBA butt stock and A*B Arms SBR P*Grip
  • Designed to accept any AR-15 rifle butt stock and pistol grip
  • Uses MDT and AICS-style magazines in .308 Win. and .223 Rem.
  • Weight:  3 pounds, 10 ounces
  • MSRP: $799.00

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