SURGEON RACS 6.5 CREEDMOOR W/ SB 5-25 TREMOR II LIMITED

$14,898.00

Description

6.5 CREEDMOOR SURGEON RACS “REMINGTON ACCESSORY CHASSIS SYSTEM” GOV’T CONTRACT AVAILABLE FOR CIVILIAN SALE! YES THIS IS THE REAL RACS STOCK YES THIS WAS BUILT 100% BY SURGEON RIFLES YES THESE CONTRACT UNITS HAVE OVER A FULL YEAR WAIT TIME.. IF YOU CAN RESERVE A RACS CHASSIS!! YES THIS PACKAGE IS PRICED BELOW MAP MINIMUM ADVERTISED PRICE AND NO YOU CANNOT BUY IT CHEAPER ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.. Yes Alex it is in 6.5 Creedmoor and yes this caliber is now in use as a premier sniper round. And match round. And yes hunting round. The Remington Accessory Chassis System (RACS) incorporates state-of-the-art operator-defined attributes such as a free-float tubular design and a fully featured front handguard section. Operator-selectable auxiliary rail sections in various lengths can be attached to any of the seven remaining facets of the octagonal handguard, which allows the operator to install clip-on in-line night vision systems. The folding RACS buttstock provides the operator with a wide variety of adjustments to allow setting the system to suit the shooter and the operating conditions. The following was stolen from an article by Cal Zant in parts and pieces with some mods so the quotes are not or may not be exact.. “$3,650 for a chassis?! No way. But, over several weeks of handling the rifle … it slowly won me over. I like it. I like it a lot. I actually have to (reluctantly) say it could be the best stock or chassis I’ve ever handled. The chassis is a skeletonized and lightweight Remington Accessory Chassis System (RACS). The military wanted further weight reduction over the original RACS, which topped the scales at over 6 pounds. So Remington stripped every stitch that wasn’t adding value, and named it the RACS Lightweight or RACS-LW model. One great aspect is the stock folds toward the bolt-side of the rifle. This design means the bolt is captured when folded, preventing bolt loss during transport. The bolt-side fold also means one side of the rifle is flat, minimizing overall profile and making it more convenient to transport. The buttstock features a ton of tool-free adjustments. Adjustable features normally add weight, but the skeletonized design meticulously stripped everything that wasn’t absolutely necessary. Locking throw levers allows you to make quick, silent adjustments and then lock them in. It includes recessed flush-cup sling attachment points and accessory rails for other sling mounting points or a monopod. Chassis seems to have it all. The handgaurd has an octagonal shape, which allows you to attach accessory rails at any 90 or 45 degree angle. The full-length top rail has 20 MOA of cant built-in, which allows you to make use of more of your scopes elevation adjustment for those long-range shots and allows an operator to install in-line night vision and other optics. The handguard features multiple sling attachment points, good barrel ventilation for cooling, a unique cable management system for electro-optics, and a flat bottom for increased stability while firing”. Ok so that is the stock! Surgeon contract unit w/ RACS stock, round bolt knob, 24 inch Heavy Palma match barrel w/ sub 1/2 inch MOA guarantee, Surgeon PSR muzzle brake makes this suppressor ready; suppressor installs OVER the muzzle brake in seconds. Jewell trigger, Cerakote Federal Drab finish (the Federal Standard contract color has never previously been available on any civilian sales). Unit is topped with the exact same scope issued to SOCOM the Schmidt & Bender Police Marksman PMII 5-25 x 56 Pantone Tremor II. As a celebration of their landmark winning of the SOCOM Precision Sniper Rifle optic contract, Schmidt Bender has authorized this Precision Sniper Rifle Limited Edition PM II 5-25×56 riflescope for limited release on the civilian market. This Limited Edition PM II run is the exact specification that won the contract, including More Tactile Click (MTC) Locking Turrets (LT) on both the elevation and windage adjustments, an illuminated first focal plane Tremor2 reticle, and Pantone finish. This edition of that special scope also features a custom placard on the objective lens featuring an elegant limited edition graphic along with the serial number of the scope. Only 300 of these scopes will be produced, and these scopes will be ITAR-controlled and export governed by the United States State Department. Per contract units have the Government issue Pelican/Hardigg Mobile Armory hard-soft case w/ full backstrap system, molle attach points, accessory pouches. Schmidt Bender scope cover included (mfg Tactical Tailor). Two high capacity Accuracy International magazines. Barrett ultra light rings. You can order one from Surgeon Rifles with a MINIMUM one year wait time as described above for $9660 which is MAP. Minimum Advertised Price. No scope rifle and chassis only. Invoice in pictures. Add Schmidt & Bender Limited Edition AS ISSUED scope $4499 Euro Optics and everywhere else (back-order only ours is in stock), Barrett Ultra Light rings $222, AI xmag upcharge $54, Atlas bipod (duofold) $209, BH Monopod $111, Issue Hardigg soft/hard case $476, scope cover $111. Total to order $15342. LE and OEM discounts get us to $14899. AZ pays tax.

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6.5 CREEDMOOR SURGEON RACS “REMINGTON ACCESSORY CHASSIS SYSTEM” GOV’T CONTRACT AVAILABLE FOR CIVILIAN SALE! YES THIS IS THE REAL RACS STOCK YES THIS WAS BUILT 100% BY SURGEON RIFLES YES THESE CONTRACT UNITS HAVE OVER A FULL YEAR WAIT TIME.. IF YOU CAN RESERVE A RACS CHASSIS!! YES THIS PACKAGE IS PRICED BELOW MAP MINIMUM ADVERTISED PRICE AND NO YOU CANNOT BUY IT CHEAPER ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.. Yes Alex it is in 6.5 Creedmoor and yes this caliber is now in use as a premier sniper round. And match round. And yes hunting round. The Remington Accessory Chassis System (RACS) incorporates state-of-the-art operator-defined attributes such as a free-float tubular design and a fully featured front handguard section. Operator-selectable auxiliary rail sections in various lengths can be attached to any of the seven remaining facets of the octagonal handguard, which allows the operator to install clip-on in-line night vision systems. The folding RACS buttstock provides the operator with a wide variety of adjustments to allow setting the system to suit the shooter and the operating conditions. The following was stolen from an article by Cal Zant in parts and pieces with some mods so the quotes are not or may not be exact.. “$3,650 for a chassis?! No way. But, over several weeks of handling the rifle … it slowly won me over. I like it. I like it a lot. I actually have to (reluctantly) say it could be the best stock or chassis I’ve ever handled. The chassis is a skeletonized and lightweight Remington Accessory Chassis System (RACS). The military wanted further weight reduction over the original RACS, which topped the scales at over 6 pounds. So Remington stripped every stitch that wasn’t adding value, and named it the RACS Lightweight or RACS-LW model. One great aspect is the stock folds toward the bolt-side of the rifle. This design means the bolt is captured when folded, preventing bolt loss during transport. The bolt-side fold also means one side of the rifle is flat, minimizing overall profile and making it more convenient to transport. The buttstock features a ton of tool-free adjustments. Adjustable features normally add weight, but the skeletonized design meticulously stripped everything that wasn’t absolutely necessary. Locking throw levers allows you to make quick, silent adjustments and then lock them in. It includes recessed flush-cup sling attachment points and accessory rails for other sling mounting points or a monopod. Chassis seems to have it all. The handgaurd has an octagonal shape, which allows you to attach accessory rails at any 90 or 45 degree angle. The full-length top rail has 20 MOA of cant built-in, which allows you to make use of more of your scopes elevation adjustment for those long-range shots and allows an operator to install in-line night vision and other optics. The handguard features multiple sling attachment points, good barrel ventilation for cooling, a unique cable management system for electro-optics, and a flat bottom for increased stability while firing”. Ok so that is the stock! Surgeon contract unit w/ RACS stock, round bolt knob, 24 inch Heavy Palma match barrel w/ sub 1/2 inch MOA guarantee, Surgeon PSR muzzle brake makes this suppressor ready; suppressor installs OVER the muzzle brake in seconds. Jewell trigger, Cerakote Federal Drab finish (the Federal Standard contract color has never previously been available on any civilian sales). Unit is topped with the exact same scope issued to SOCOM the Schmidt & Bender Police Marksman PMII 5-25 x 56 Pantone Tremor II. As a celebration of their landmark winning of the SOCOM Precision Sniper Rifle optic contract, Schmidt Bender has authorized this Precision Sniper Rifle Limited Edition PM II 5-25×56 riflescope for limited release on the civilian market. This Limited Edition PM II run is the exact specification that won the contract, including More Tactile Click (MTC) Locking Turrets (LT) on both the elevation and windage adjustments, an illuminated first focal plane Tremor2 reticle, and Pantone finish. This edition of that special scope also features a custom placard on the objective lens featuring an elegant limited edition graphic along with the serial number of the scope. Only 300 of these scopes will be produced, and these scopes will be ITAR-controlled and export governed by the United States State Department. Per contract units have the Government issue Pelican/Hardigg Mobile Armory hard-soft case w/ full backstrap system, molle attach points, accessory pouches. Schmidt Bender scope cover included (mfg Tactical Tailor). Two high capacity Accuracy International magazines. Barrett ultra light rings. You can order one from Surgeon Rifles with a MINIMUM one year wait time as described above for $9660 which is MAP. Minimum Advertised Price. No scope rifle and chassis only. Invoice in pictures. Add Schmidt & Bender Limited Edition AS ISSUED scope $4499 Euro Optics and everywhere else (back-order only ours is in stock), Barrett Ultra Light rings $222, AI xmag upcharge $54, Atlas bipod (duofold) $209, BH Monopod $111, Issue Hardigg soft/hard case $476, scope cover $111. Total to order $15342. LE and OEM discounts get us to $14899. AZ pays tax.