First Look: Hera Arms H7 Rifle Chassis

A sturdy new home for either your Remington 700 or Howa short action rifle.

posted on October 31, 2022
Hera Arms H7 Chassis

Hera Industries is rolling out the H7 Series of rifle stocks, a new and technologically advanced take on a chassis system for your bolt-action precision rifle.

An aftermarket chassis system offers many benefits to anyone who needs maximum performance from their rifle. A chassis provides improved ergonomics for more comfort and a more consistent natural point of aim. A rifle chassis can improve accuracy greatly over factory stocks, by as much as 50 percent in some scenarios. In addition to providing a more solid bedding system, a fiberglass system like the H7 is not affected by the elements, which can warp and twist wood or laminate stocks.

Another benefit of a chassis system is more customization for your unique needs. Bipod location, tripod mounting plates or sling attachment points can be added where you need them, not where the factory thinks they should go. Some bolt-action rifles ship from the factory with a fixed internal magazine. Most aftermarket chassis remove that fixed magazine and for a system that allows you to use interchangeable magazines from Accuracy International or Magpul for faster reloads on the range or in the field.

The H7 Chassis has all of those features. It is an easy-to-use stock system for either your Howa or Remington short action rifles. The chassis is made of fiberglass-reinforced polymer with an aluminum V-block and aluminum fore stock. The stock system comes with two spacers a polymer cheek piece support for a custom fit as well as two AICS-compatible 5 round magazines.

The chassis is compatible with aftermarket triggers and is available in either black, tan or green. There are also M-Lok mount points on the chassis for mounting your choice of accessories to your rifle.

MSRP for the Hera H7 rifle chassis is $299, and for more information on this product or other i from Hera Industries, please visit


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