Chambered in 6.5 Creedmor, Remington’s 700 PCR, Modular Precision Chassis Rifle, Scores In Performance, Affordability

A new trend in precision rifles has been blooming over the past few years: the chassis stock. Rather than using a bolt-action rifle with a traditional hunting-type stock, next-level shooters have been utilizing these lightweight aluminum stocks that feature a vertical pistol grip more often associated with their semiautomatic counterparts.

In January 2018 at the annual Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Remington unveiled their version of the chassis rifle: the Remington 700 PCR (Precision Chassis Rifle). When they asked us if we wanted to demo the rifle, we could not answer fast enough!

The Bowers VERS-30T proved to be a versatile, rugged and quiet suppressor.

The rifle was chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor. In case you have been living under a rock for the past decade, this round is becoming the king of long-range shooting. We were slow to get on the bandwagon, but the round is breaking and setting new world records for accuracy and distance almost every other week.

Let’s now take a look at this rifle.

 

(Read the entire story in our December 2018 issue).