leo ll: I've recently had to retire my red rider bb gun and Black Bart has been
antagonizing ever since then. Would this make a good alternative to teach
Black Bart a lesson?
AppliedWeaponsTechLLC: Due to recent developments we are now able to drop production cost of our
chassis system and therefore we are passing these savings onto our
customers. Effective today all chassis are now only $895 with fore end. We
are no longer offering it as an additional option but instead it is
included in the price. This is a $100 savings over previous cost. Thanks to
all of you who have made this possible by supporting our products!
justinwoolee: Tyrants will fall.
Banyan Tree: Really do appreciate your series and actively look out for new ones.
question - can you quantify the increased accuracy of a AWT with a e.g
Remington short action over the original rifle. Would you be inherently
limited to a factory spec? Would you look to a custom barrel to get the
best out of the combo/ money ?
spitfire1two: Being a fairly lightweight chassis, would this be a good option for a
heavier hitting magnum like a 7RM or 300WM or would it be advised to just
use a brake? Only 4 or 4.5 lbs worries me a smidgen for a dedicated long
range magnum! I like my rifles around 15 lbs or more to save my poor like
shoulder... I mean my wife's poor little shoulder......
Klayton Porter: Man wish you would have made a video on bedding this once you decided to
keep it! BUT great review and thanks for making my mind up for me!
MAC Cap: Great review, all the info without bias bullcrap,
ryusekai: What range finder cover is that?
Samiam: I have this chassis built up with a Savage .308, 24" barrel, 1:10. Would
168 gr. Hornady Amax's be a good bullet to work up or something else? I'm
thinking of using Varget powder because it's all I can find where I live. I
don't need load data, I'm just wondering what .308 cartridge/bullet/powder
combinations are popular. I will be posting a review of the AWT chassis
for Savage enthusiasts in a couple months. Thanks for blazing the trail
Jonathan Clarke: Rex,
Would you please make a video on bedding your barrel to the AWT stock? It
would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Lordporter1: Just talked with Shane and got my OD full length chassis, can't wait to try
it with the 5R .300 WM just hope the stainless looks ok with the OD. Need
to get out there and shoot with you. I need all the info and help I can
Burnin Green: excellent review, covered everything very well, subscribed
MrFixtopher: Is the cheek rest reversible for us lefties ?
iceclimbr1: Looking to do a build with my rem 700 .243 SA with a stock like this. Can
you recommend any resources?
LongRangeNut: great review rex,just 1 question are ther any points on this chassis to fix
a sling to or sling loops?
Wise Student: Is the chin rest interchangeable, from right hand to left hand user ???
Carter H: oh and you should do more chassis reviews since you cover everything about
it, the purpose, the pros and cons, what would be good with it etc
ssds1980: Love warching you. This reminds me sooo much of my xlr chassis its crazy.
Love my xlr but am interested as can be about this one. Thanks again
ericroadking: Wonderful review!
ViolentKisses87: Awesome video I hope it gets at least Nutnfacy sized view counts :D
Charles Crabtree: Please...we could use more volume, I have everything cranked all the way up
on my end and I can barely hear you, and at some points I can make out
nothing. Anything you can do on your end would be very much appreciated.
Many Thanks for the excellent education you are providing. It's Greatly
Sukkot Prepper: I have the Wichester Model 70 in 300 Win Mag with polymer stock. I gotta
say the stock really sucks. I can't even bed it. Can't afford a good bedded
stock either. It's a nice rifle otherwise. If I can find a long range stock
for it I can save for it. I'll throw this piece of junk polymer stock in
TiborasaurusRex: Remington is making one now in their police model, that would be really
nice. The Armalite AR-30 should be under that price range as well.
Brent Smith: Rex. Correct me if I am wrong, but did you compare the difference in
accuracy with the factory stock before installing the aftermarket ?
Wondering if it improved or degraded accuracy.
sorryociffer: You've sold me. This is my next stock. I like the look and apparent
Wrex Allen: Great review. I have an XLR Evo now and would love to hear more about your
thoughts compared to this one. BTW: I hail from Central Ky, myself, so I'm
almost obligated in buying one, rofl.
arridedry: good videos, thanks for uploading!
Hunter Martin: Another awesome video, thanks Rex!
TiborasaurusRex: Certainly will. Its been real nice thus far. Lifetime warranty - if I'm not
mistaking. Take care.
Jay W: Great video guys best on the net for shooting tips I think
Sanus180: Well done on this review, very thorough. Thanks. Bet this product can't be
imported into Australia....
Ryan Berg: Great review. However,... :) ... the buttstock is not "completely"
adjustable as you mention,... it doesn't seem to allow for cant and height
of the butt-pad,... I know, it's a little persnickety, but a few of the
chassis manufacturers you compare this system to off those options,... just
SniperSpec0ps: I second the request for the 110BA .338, would love to hear your thoughts
on one before I lay down the coin.
Steve CUDDZILLA: Great review Rex. Are you a musician? Really digging your intro music.
sadisticsinon: First of all REX, Thank You for all the hard work. Excellent, Well Spoken
and Organized. I may order one of these as my first rifle. I love target
shooting and want to move to longer range shooting. Do you have a
recommended setup for this rifle? My priority is ease of use, relatively
cheap ammo to get more lead down range and experience, and easy to
comprehend adjustability on a scope worth having. Consistency is paramount
to my learning curve.
Xof: Yet another great review!!! Can you confirm the compatible mags for this
Swiftsniper002: I ended up buying a bell and Carlson for my savage. Love it,however I was
thinking of building a .300 or possibly .338 lapua, so I may have to look
into this chassis;)
glennwih: 6.8 SPC II Horandy SXT 120 grainers 1/4" groups at 100 yards.
TiborasaurusRex: You could throw an uncut barrel blank in there if you wanted - exactly how
heavy depends on your mission criteria and your own personal preference. :-)
Jay W: If you are ever in the UK give me a shout
jodelboy: Really nice review, Rex. The whole time I thought "well that will cost
maybe 3'000$" - But then - Baaam, 800$. That's nothing if I consider the
target rifles/stocks from local companies like Bleiker. Those things cost
5000 Fr. easy (no scope, just a diopter) ;) So for a barrel do you always
use the one that comes with the receiver, or would you recommend changing
it out to a really nice, thick "custom"-barrel? Hey, än fättä Gruäss us dä
Samiam: After some research it appears 2.880" cartridge is the max length a SA, AI
magazine will accept. The 6mm Rem is 2.825" so it should work. However my
6mm was my first hunting rifle (sentimental value) and I just can't tear it
apart. After watching your review on the .243 and seeing what you have been
doing with that caliber inspires me. Besides .243 ammo seems to be the only
box left on the shelves. Cheaper too! First run chassis scare me so please
update your review if you encounter issues. TY.
TiborasaurusRex: Yeah, got to support the locals for sure! I hope to get that XLR review
here one day soon. Take care.
Trevor Forde: thank you sir
Samiam: Rex, I'd like to build a long range rifle with an AWT stock but I'd like to
do a conversion using my old 6mm Remington 700 BDL action w/ custom barrel.
You seem to be a fan of the .243 so I was wondering if this conversion
would be possible and/or a waste of money? I could just do a Varmint .243
swap like you did but the older Remington actions are silky smooth. What do
Samiam: Rex, I just ordered an AWT chassis in Remington SA. What caliber would you
recommend for a beginning long range shooter? My "criteria" is: effective
up to 1000m at steel targets and up to 600m on medium size wild game
(antelope, mule deer).
TiborasaurusRex: I's have to harass a guy I know who has one to test it, but I'll see what I
can do :-)
David Howland: With the understanding that it is all personal preference. Would you prefer
a aluminum chassis over McMillan a5 style stock? I have a Savage 110 FCPK
and on that model the bolt release was put in front of the trigger guard.
That make my stock choices very limited. With that said I've narrowed it
down to two chassis a Stockade Gun Stocks PD/T or the XLR Evolution. I
could go either way at this point. I would like to hear your perspective.
Wrex Allen: Thanks man!
Cogzed: Could you do a review on the Savage 110 BA .338 Lapua? :) Excellent video!
I've been thinking of picking one of these up. I think I might do it after