Robar SR21 Precision Rifle

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posted on January 15, 2014
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Known for its high-quality custom guns and finishes, Robar introduces a new rifle designed for precision shooting. An accurized Remington 700 action and fluted match-grade barrel are mounted in a modular chassis system. The fixed shoulder stock has an adjustable check piece, a MIAD AR-15 style pistol grip is installed for versatility, and the free-floated forend accepts additional M1913 Picatinny rail mounts to complement the monolithic sight rail.

The standard trigger pull is just 2.5-pounds with other weights available. The chassis accepts AICS magazine, two of which are provided with the rifle. Customers will have the option of adding a Surefire flash hider, a muzzle brake, or to provide the muzzle accessory of their choice for installation. The SR21 will be made available in .308 Win, 300 Win Mag, and .338 Lapua.

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