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Thread: LSS-22 Chassis for Rimfire Bolt Action Rifles

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcgee View Post
    Savage A17 please
    We will take it into consideration. We are focused on bolt action rifles at this time but it is something to look at for sure.

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    Any plans for a 1727 inlet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolman View Post
    Any plans for a 1727 inlet?
    Not at the moment but we always welcome new ideas for inlets, we'll take it into consideration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolman View Post
    Any plans for a 1727 inlet?
    Double Dog dare you to do a crazier job than me on a "custom" inlet! Lol Try get an axe in the tool used list
    Wishing for a endless supply of ammo........

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    Quote Originally Posted by icedragonmx View Post
    Double Dog dare you to do a crazier job than me on a "custom" inlet! Lol Try get an axe in the tool used list
    Ha, very tempted to mangle mine up......figure I’ll resort to begging MDT for a while longer first.
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    MDT Ryan, in another post you mentioned that there are some updates making their way into the LSS-RF platform. Could you please outline the them for us along with a firmed up timeline? Have they made it to the prototype phase yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mclmm View Post
    MDT Ryan, in another post you mentioned that there are some updates making their way into the LSS-RF platform. Could you please outline the them for us along with a firmed up timeline? Have they made it to the prototype phase yet?

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    I might have talked to a few people at SHOT Show about it a few weeks ago

    https://mdttac.com/ca_en/lss-rimfire...is-system.html

    The LSS-22 is going to be renamed the LSS-RF and will get an update to reflect a look more like the LSS Gen2. With the LSS update we are looking at June before having them all available, then we can focus on the LSS-RF updates which puts a time frame of "later this year" before they get rolled out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDT Ryan View Post
    I might have talked to a few people at SHOT Show about it a few weeks ago

    https://mdttac.com/ca_en/lss-rimfire...is-system.html

    The LSS-22 is going to be renamed the LSS-RF and will get an update to reflect a look more like the LSS Gen2. With the LSS update we are looking at June before having them all available, then we can focus on the LSS-RF updates which puts a time frame of "later this year" before they get rolled out.
    Sounds great, fingers crossed for a 1727 inlet.......
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    Not exactly an LSS-22 but a LSS T3 customized.

    I recently bought a Tikka T1x


    Beside I own a T3 fitted with a LSS


    It took some times and a mill to figure how to mix them, but now it's OK.


    I hope to see a dedicated T1x LSS-Rimfire upcoming.
    The LSS T3 SA didn't need a lot of work, only a bit of milling to be compatible. The main problem is the rear of the magazine wich need to be trimed.

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