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Old 11-27-2020, 06:30 PM
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I just got my Oryx 10/22 chassis today and mounted my action in it and am quite happy with the result. I previously had my action in a Magpul Hunter stock, but was never totally happy with it. I had put my Savage .308 in an Oryx a year ago and it transformed that build, so when I saw they now had one for the 10/22 I decided to get one. The Oryx isnít cheap but itís well made and complete and ready to go as is, it doesnít need a buffer tube w/stock and grip like the other chassis systems out there.31D4F142-3266-4762-9953-C2B2586176A1.jpeg
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Old 11-27-2020, 07:18 PM
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That is a good looking Rig!

What does she weigh in at in that configuration with scope and all?
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Old 11-27-2020, 08:55 PM
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Thanks. The chassis itself is 4.2lbs, I havenít weighed it complete yet, but with the scope and everything Iíd guess around 7lbs give or take. Itís not a rig for offhand shooting, Iím going to use it for Benchrest shooting and for that the weight is ideal.
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Can you post a photo of the tang area or can you hazard a guess as to whether there's enough solid meat back there that it would be possible to drill out for a Kidd receiver?
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You could probably mill out for a rear tang but thereís no reason to use one, the stock has a tension bolt to grip the rear of the receiver by sideways tension via a bolt on chassis.
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Looks nice.
What kind of bipod is that?
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Itís an Atlas bipod with QD so I can easily move it around between my rifles, all of which have a Picatinny rail mounted on them.
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Itís an Atlas bipod with QD so I can easily move it around between my rifles, all of which have a Picatinny rail mounted on them.
Assuming that the Picatinny rail mounts on the sling swivel stud, which rail are you using?

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Old 12-12-2020, 01:40 PM
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The Oryx chassis is inletted for Mlok accessories, so any Mlok compatible rail can be mounted underneath.
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Old 12-14-2020, 11:43 PM
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Have you shot your 10/22 Oryx Chassis yet .
I was wondering how it was performing for you ?
What barrel are you using?
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Hi Kirby,
So far Iím pleased with the Oryx although Iíve only shot it one time indoors at my local range which is only 25yds, but it shot a ten shot group using CMP Eley ammo into a single hole that a spent .22 casing fit snugly into. So yes Iím very happy with it and so was a buddy who also ended up ordering one too.

The 18Ē barrel was made by a gentleman named Chris, he prefers to use Green Mountain barrel blanks which he then bores, chambers and finishes. He then test fires the gun and wonít turn out a barrel that isnít accurate, and he includes a test target.

The only other change that Iíve made is switching out the Vortex Crossfire 6-18 for a Vortex Diamondback Tactical 6-24 for a little more power and a better reticle for longer range shooting. Now waiting for my clubs outdoor range to reopen after small game hunting season is over so I can stretch its legs.
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Hi Kirby,
So far I’m pleased with the Oryx although I’ve only shot it one time indoors at my local range which is only 25yds, but it shot a ten shot group using CMP Eley ammo into a single hole that a spent .22 casing fit snugly into. So yes I’m very happy with it and so was a buddy who also ended up ordering one too.

The 18” barrel was made by a gentleman named Chris, he prefers to use Green Mountain barrel blanks which he then bores, chambers and finishes. He then test fires the gun and won’t turn out a barrel that isn’t accurate, and he includes a test target.

The only other change that I’ve made is switching out the Vortex Crossfire 6-18 for a Vortex Diamondback Tactical 6-24 for a little more power and a better reticle for longer range shooting. Now waiting for my clubs outdoor range to reopen after small game hunting season is over so I can stretch its legs.
Thanks for the report !
I’ve ordered a KRG Bravo for one of my 10/22’s , but I’m considering picking up an Oryx for a build using an action with a Kidd ULW barrel .
I’ll be taking my CZ 455 Oryx to the range today . I’ve install a 24” heavy tapered Varmint barrel on it . It’s definitely going to be a bench only rifle .
They are a solid chassis .

Looking forward to seeing some of your outdoor groups .
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