We’ve been fans of the Accuracy International Chassis System (A.I.C.S.) since its introduction. This robust stock provides shooters a solid platform for their precision rifles. The only downside we’ve found is the the thickness, weight and ergonomics of the system- especially when shooting in positions other then prone.
With a reasonable street price of less then $150, the ViperSkins are priced competitively with stock replacement skins and available in a wide range of colors, action lengths, left or right handed, for both folding and fixed stocks variants of the A.I.C.S.
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Since its introduction in 1989, the 338 Lapua Magnum has been a popular cartridge. The 338 Lapua was designed as a military cartridge to bridge the gap between the 308 Winchester/7.62 NATO and the .50 […]