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Sweet lord y'all the suspense is killing me, drop the details on the gen 4 so I can start drooling and figuring what I need to sell off to get one.
 
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It's really a magazine issue otherwise there would be one. If there becomes an intermediate length standardized mag then maybe something can happen but the OAL will not be what's available in the current standard AICS magnum magazines. It's definitely not for lack of interest that we don't have a LA Tikka inlet.

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I know you guys know what you’re doing, but there are DBMs for Tikkas that use AICS LA mags. What is the limitation of wedging them into the bottom of a Tikka via Bravo chassis?
 
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Ha if I had known it was so in demand I would’ve taken some for y’all. Suffice to say the 3D prototypes are awesome. Toolless LOP, butt pad, and cheek piece adjustment. Intro price of $449 per the product catalog.
 
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Some pics in this article:

 

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1. A new generation of X-ray- It has some nice improvements that we think you'll enjoy-
-Rear stock is now single piece rather than clamshell style with screws
-Tool-less cheekpiece can now be switched to have the thumbscrew on the opposite side
-Tool-less buttpad height is now standard
-Optional tool-less LOP with buttpad height kit available that swaps in
-LOP mechanism can be switched to opposite side as well
-Front end is same as latest gen 3 which includes additional NV mounting points on backbone plus enlarged barrel channel to clear 1.25" straight (we still don't recommend that heavy).
-Final weight not yet known but should be close the gen 3 X-ray of 3.1 lb
-Intro price $449
Avail- late 1st QTR/2nd QTR '20
 
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1. A new generation of X-ray- It has some nice improvements that we think you'll enjoy-
-Rear stock is now single piece rather than clamshell style with screws
-Tool-less cheekpiece can now be switched to have the thumbscrew on the opposite side
-Tool-less buttpad height is now standard
-Optional tool-less LOP with buttpad height kit available that swaps in
-LOP mechanism can be switched to opposite side as well
-Front end is same as latest gen 3 which includes additional NV mounting points on backbone plus enlarged barrel channel to clear 1.25" straight (we still don't recommend that heavy).
-Final weight not yet known but should be close the gen 3 X-ray of 3.1 lb
-Intro price $449
Avail- late 1st QTR/2nd QTR '20
I’m a sucker, I just bought an older generation for 410...40 bucks more would’ve gotten me this sweet thing
 

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Here they are guys. All of the hardware is swappable for left or right handed shooters. The LOP is adjustable, and inside the stock which is pretty slick. Toolless cheek riser, And the butt pad height is toolless like the w3. Otherwise the rest of the xray is the same one y’all know and love.

These pics are of the 3D printed prototype obviously, I’m sure production versions will be the same texture as their other polymer products. Also sorry for the blurry last pic, I didn’t realize it was ass until I’d already left, but I’m sure y’all can get the gist.

I think this, the ultimatum deuce, and the kestrel HUD are the most interesting products from SHOT I’ve seen so far. I have a deadline in a W3, I’ll be looking to put a deuce in an X-ray as a .22 trainer for sure.

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Damn, I love my Bravo but now I'm considering an X-Ray!
My two cents: if you love your Bravo, dance with the one who brung ya. In other words if it works and you like it I wouldn't mess with it. I love my Bravo, I also like the Whiskey 3 for the folding option, and because it had most of the buttstock functionality I had to add on to the Bravo. However, even though the Whiskey 3 had the bagrider option the Bravo had weight options the W3 did not, and it had the feel of a stock, and the perfect palm swell. For me getting the Bravo was feel and customization options over added expense for the W3, by the time I added all to the Bravo that I wanted the end price was not that far apart but gave me the rifle I had envisioned.
I would advise to see if you can get to handle one somewhere first but then again that's just me, I've got to like the looks and be convinced by functionality and options, and get some tactile time before I make a change - show me the money!
 
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My two cents: if you love your Bravo, dance with the one who brung ya. In other words if it works and you like it I wouldn't mess with it. I love my Bravo, I also like the Whiskey 3 for the folding option, and because it had most of the buttstock functionality I had to add on to the Bravo. However, even though the Whiskey 3 had the bagrider option the Bravo had weight options the W3 did not, and it had the feel of a stock, and the perfect palm swell. For me getting the Bravo was feel and customization options over added expense for the W3, by the time I added all to the Bravo that I wanted the end price was not that far apart but gave me the rifle I had envisioned.
I would advise to see if you can get to handle one somewhere first but then again that's just me, I've got to like the looks and be convinced by functionality and options, and get some tactile time before I make a change - show me the money!
I recently bought a new rifle that had an MDT ESS chassis on it already. I've been shooting it in the MDT and I kind of like it, but I keep thinking about the Bravo sitting in my safe with no barreled action in it (I sold my old barreled action to offset the cost of the new rifle). Today I threw my current barreled action into the Bravo just to see how I feel after getting used to the MDT. I'll need to do some actual shooting with it again to see how I really feel, but the Bravo just balances so much better than the MDT does. My ultimate goal would be to sell the Bravo and MDT and get a W3 as I really fell in love with the one I got to play with at the range last year.
 
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I recently bought a new rifle that had an MDT ESS chassis on it already. I've been shooting it in the MDT and I kind of like it, but I keep thinking about the Bravo sitting in my safe with no barreled action in it (I sold my old barreled action to offset the cost of the new rifle). Today I threw my current barreled action into the Bravo just to see how I feel after getting used to the MDT. I'll need to do some actual shooting with it again to see how I really feel, but the Bravo just balances so much better than the MDT does. My ultimate goal would be to sell the Bravo and MDT and get a W3 as I really fell in love with the one I got to play with at the range last year.
Hey, they're like M&Ms, you can't just have one, sell the MDT, keep the Bravo, and get a W3.
 

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Thank you to everyone that stopped by. The new X-ray was very well received as was the new 10-22 Bravo.

We don't know if we'll do a Howa in the X-ray or not, that is possible though.

We do have a couple more new things to put up and a couple that we aren't showing until they are closer to being ready.

It's going to be an exciting year!
Justin
 

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I am seriously drooling over this right now. Do you have a 'dry' weight on this 10/22 chassis?

6. Bravo 10/22- A Bravo chassis to fit your 10/22 with an extra short LOP (~11" starting), accommodations for aftermarket receivers, tool-less cheek height as usual, spacer LOP as usual. Cost $249 intro price, avail 2nd QTR '20

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7. Tool-less Length of Pull for 10/22 Bravo- A low cost version, it only fits the 10/22 and has buttpad height adjustment also which requires a hex wrench. Cost under $50, avail late 2nd QTR:

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Nice work KRG...killin it! I've got a barreled action looking for a new home, the new X-Ray is lookin' cozy!
 

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I think I saw in another thread a reference to a “Whiskey-3 competition chassis”. Anything on that?

 
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Justin,
did you find out about the weight of the adjustable LOP for the Bravo for us yet?
 

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The quiver doesn't fit all the chassis everywhere, it does fit our new aluminum forends (both Arca and regular) in the position shown by lefty.

It's also a bit of foreshadowing...
Without taking my Bravo apart to check, is there enough space behind the polymer for us to drill our own mounting holes and mount the quiver in the location that's on the Aluminum forends?
 
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Without taking my Bravo apart to check, is there enough space behind the polymer for us to drill our own mounting holes and mount the quiver in the location that's on the Aluminum forends?
I’m very intrigued by this too. It looks like this would be by the mag well. I was wondering if that would interfere with the mag function at all.