Back in February, we looked at WOOX’s Furiosa Bolt Action Rifle Chassis, the North Carolina-based company have now followed up that stylish design with something new – the Exactus Precision Stock. Available in Midnight Grey and Flat Dark Earth, WOOX describe the new Exactus as “a professional tactical rifle stock for snipers and precision shooters.”
WOOX are a relatively new outdoor gear company focusing on high-performance rifle stocks and chassis, as well as outdoor gear such as knives and axes. The Exactus Precision is made from beech and 7075-T651 aluminum alloy and is available for Remington 700 and Sauer 100 platforms. For my fellow lefties out there WOOX also promise that a full left handed model will be launched next year.
Exactus Precision Stock in Midnight Grey:
Exactus Precision Stock in FDE:
Here’s what WOOX have to say about the new Exactus stock:
Hickory, North Carolina – April 16, 2020 – Innovative rifle stock and outdoor gear
manufacturer, WOOX, has introduced the Exactus precision stock. The Exactus stock is a
professional tactical rifle stock made for precision shooters.
Crafted from a forged monoblock body, the stock is comprised of highest quality
stabilized hardwood and an aluminum chassis. A hard-anodizing process is used to
improve the overall strength and durability of the rifle stock. Adding to the sturdy
construction is a braided aluminum skeleton paired with high-quality front- and rear
stocks. These front- and rear stocks are customizable and adjustable, and come with
vibration reducing hardwood grips.
As with all WOOX precision rifle stocks, the Exactus has been sub MOA accuracy tested
using manufacturer rifles and components. This stock requires no bedding and is M-
LOK® compatible to accept a wide range of accessories. Currently the Exactus is
available for Remington 700 short-action and long-action BDL models, with more
options becoming available in the coming months. The MSRP for the WOOX Exactus
precision stock is $649.00.
Find out more about the Exactus Precision stock over on wooxstore.com.
Matthew Moss – Assistant Editor.
Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written for a variety of publications in both the US and UK he also runs www.historicalfirearms.info, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of www.armourersbench.com, a new video series on historically significant small arms.
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