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Strongly considering getting one for my aac-sd with a prs stock and moe grip. The truth about guns did a review on it recently and he loved it. Its pricey though you are looking at over a grand for chassis stock grip and mags but for an aics you would be paying about the same and imo this looks way more bad a.
 

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I actually linked TTAG article there. i like that the factory offers it, if i were in the market for a chassis id be going with the XLR Carbon i think..
 

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Too much money for what you get.
 

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id like to get an XLR Carbon chassis system one day. for now, my standard montecarlo stock will have to do. ;)
 

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I prefer the AIAW chasis I have on mine, but I do like the PRS stocks. Not bad & I deff think you'd get few oohhhs & aahhhs at the range. At nearly 12lbs though, I am assuming it would solely be a bench rifle?
 

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Not good. If you want a solid chassis the aics is a good option even the earliest version.
for a warm chassis a mcmillan or even a B&C medalist with a bottom plate will make a better chassis
than the tac21. The grip to bolt movement to me seems slower and not as precise but you should
See if you can try options. I personally prefer a "warm" chassis and the aics is also great there because it absorbs vibrations
really well and the skins give the nice contact. but again a nice B&C is awesome too and a nice price.
Don't choose a component simply because it looks cool.
 
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