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    Business Member TAC21's Avatar
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    Oryx 10/22 chassis!

    It's finally happened! We are proud to launch our brand new 10/22 chassis under the Oryx brand. These are in stock and shipping now! The chassis is full 6061-T6 aluminum, Type III mil-spec hard coat anodizing, adjustable LOP with spacers, adjustable cheek riser with tools, polymer side panels and M-Lok integration on the bottom side of the forend. Check it out!


    https://oryxchassis.com/ca/oryx-bolt...e-chassis.html
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    Noice. I like the look. Very precision rig looking. I just need another 10/22 to justify getting the chassis...

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    Dang it, I went and looked

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    Does it incorporate any additional support for the receiver than the 1 take down bolt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-II View Post
    Does it incorporate any additional support for the receiver than the 1 take down bolt?
    Good question

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    Yes, the rear part of the action is clamped via a side bolt, so there is support at the takedown block and the rear as well.
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