XLR Announces the Release of the ENVY Rifle Chassis System

XLR Envy Rifle Chassis System
XLR Envy Rifle Chassis System

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -(Ammoland.com)- XLR, a leading U.S. manufacturer of custom rifle chassis and components, is proud to announce the release of the ENVY precision rifle chassis.

The feature-rich ENVY was developed from the ground up through years of cooperation with some of the best shooters in the world.

The ENVY rifle chassis has a base weight of 35 oz (without buttstock or grip) and will initially be available for the Remington 700 short action and clones.

The sleek, one-piece design is constructed from rigid 6061-T6 aluminum for an ultimate balance of lightness and durability. A multi-point radial cut inlet allows the receiver to sit in the chassis stress-free for the utmost in accuracy (no V-block). As with all XLR chassis, the ENVY is a direct bolt-on application with no gunsmithing or setup required by the user.

Unique to the ENVY is the integrated, Arca-Swiss style, 1.5” dovetail mount on the forend. This allows the chassis to be used with a camera tripod. Having the mount integrated ensures that it will never come loose during strings of fire. It also allows for a longer dovetail than a traditional bolt-on adapter would, which provides for more versatility in balancing the rifle by sliding it forward and aft.

XLR Envy Rifle Chassis System
XLR Envy Rifle Chassis System

The integrated detachable magazine system allows the use of AICS style magazines. A new style of magwell features a larger, tapered opening for faster magazine changes and has an angled, serrated face that can serve as a barricade stop.

In addition, the ENVY also features an integrated 5.5” picatinny rail located on the bottom of the handguard as well as five strategically placed QD sling sockets. An integrated bubble level keeps cant issues in check. The M-LOK compatible handguard allows the shooter the option to custom-tailor the chassis with M-LOK accessories.

“What we have put together is the perfect package for your competitive, PRS style shooter,” said Matt Means, Sales Manager for XLR. The ENVY has more integrated components than any other chassis in its class. This highly anticipated product release will satisfy the needs of anyone seeking a durable and highly adaptable rifle chassis. The ENVY will of course come with our lifetime warranty.”

The basic ENVY package is priced at $740 with many upgrades and options available. The ENVY is available now on the company’s official online store.


About XLR:

XLR is a U.S. based manufacturer of world-class rifle chassis, components, and accessories. The company manufactures the renowned Element, Evolution, Carbon, and Envy chassis systems for professional shooters, tactical shooters, and hobbyists alike. Using only the finest materials and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes, XLR strives to maintain its reputation for quality and tactical innovation.

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Eric Equis

Are there not enough chassis systems for the Rem 700? Seriously, there ARE other popular rifle systems out there in desperate need of an upgrade! There are numerous Savage 11/110, Winchester M70, Ruger, Sako and other currently produced rifles out there (in addition to semi autos like the M14/M1A… anything affordable competing with the SAGE or VLOR out there?) in addition to those classics like a Mauser, Nagant, Swiss K31 and Springfield that could all benefit from a rebuild using this type of system… but no, everyone wants to make theirs for the “safe choice”; the rem 700. Most of… Read more »

Scott McRee

for starters, we own multiple patents for the embedded cant indicator level. Shame on the editor for not doing his home work. Our industry needs a swift kick in the N****. A conversation will be had with Kyle soon. secondly,,,, to the guys comment above. Lots of reasons that people don’t design for some of your examples,,,,, but there are plenty of choices for savage and other styles of actions out there. Keep lookin you’ll find something.

Eric Equis

Thanks for the reply Scott! I tell ya, that embedded cant indicator is the shizznizzle! I use external levelers but they all eventually get broken… I also have a mount with one built in but you can barely use it for the “objective end eclipse”. THIS idea is awesome! I understand NOT making a chassis for some platforms… market demand. But it always amazed me when with all the “sporter conversion” Mausers and of course, the Savage, that all the major manufacturers seem to concentrate on one brand – Remington. Sure, it’s the #1 platform in sales but I worry… Read more »