The Magpul Pro 700L Rifle Chassis is an uncompromising, full featured precision rifle chassis for long action Remington 700 and Remington 700-footprint rifles. The Pro 700L combines innovative engineering, precision machining, Mil-Spec quality finishes, and an extensive list of purposeful design features with complete adjustability to provide demanding end users with the most comprehensive available precision rifle platform solution for true out of the box performance. Based on a fully machined aluminum skeleton and clad in Magpul polymer for environmental comfort, noise mitigation, and ergonomics, the Pro 700L is also fully ambidextrous. Capable of fitting both right and left-handed actions with the simple swap of a bolt-cutout plate, it also includes a reversible cheek riser and a reversable folding hinge that allow the stock to fold to either the left or right hand side for storage or transport. The Pro 700L features an adjustable cheek riser and overall length of pull adjustment range of 13.25 to 15.125". Compatible with most long action AICS pattern detachable box magazines.
- Made in the USA.
- Type III hard anodized machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum V-bedding block
- Durable steel rotation limited QD sling swivel mounts with Melonite(R) finish
- Ambidextrous bedding block
- Folding stock with push-button activated durable steel hinge
- Overall LOP adjustment range is 13.25" - 15.125"
|Length||33.5 – 35.4 in. (24.27 in. when folded)|
|Height at Butt Plate||5.2 in.|
|Width, max||1.86 in.|
NOTE: The Magpul Pro 700L integrated AICS pattern magazine well is optimized for standard long action .30-06 and .300WM magazines, such as the current PMAG 5 AC L Standard and Magnum, which are supplied with this chassis. CIP-length magazine compatibility may be offered in future variants or through accessory magazine wells.
Fore/aft position of the cheek piece will be dependent on the overall bolt body length, bolt throw, and bolt shroud length. Some aftermarket and custom actions may have longer bolt shrouds which may interfere with the cheek piece in the center or forward most position.