New Modular Rifle Chassis from Choate Machine and Tool

Choate Modular Stock (C. Mod) chassis system
Choate Modular Stock (C. Mod) chassis system

Bald Knob, AR-(Ammoland.com)- Choate Machine and Tool, a market leading designer, manufacturer and OEM supplier of rifle stocks, shotgun magazine extensions and firearms accessories, has introduced the Choate Modular Stock (C. Mod) chassis system. This is a true modular rifle stock, allowing the user to change the forend or butt stock without removing the rifle action from the main chassis section. This modularity provides the ultimate in adaptability and versatility while not disturbing the critical action-to-stock fit so reconfirming zero is unnecessary after configuring the system as needed.

The heart of the C. Mod rifle stock system is the precision CNC machined chassis. Made from a solid block of aluminum, the chassis rigidly holds the action while the desired butt stock and forend can be changed as needed. The chassis uses the time-tested AR style magazine release. This eliminates accidentally dropping the magazine by hitting a release lever located in front of the trigger guard. The C Mod. magazine will accept cartridges up to 2.860 inches in length such as the 308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor and 260 Remington, as well as other popular cartridges like 6mm Remington, 257 Roberts and 7X57 Mauser. Each C. Mod chassis comes with two magazines and the required action screws.

C. Mod rifle stock system
C. Mod rifle stock system
The C Mod. magazine will accept cartridges up to 2.860 inches in length such as the 308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor and 260 Remington, as well as other popular cartridges like 6mm Remington, 257 Roberts and 7X57 Mauser.
The C Mod. magazine will accept cartridges up to 2.860 inches in length such as the 308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor and 260 Remington, as well as other popular cartridges like 6mm Remington, 257 Roberts and 7X57 Mauser.

The ultimate in versatility is provided by the C. Mod Stock system of optional forends and butt stocks. Forends include a target/varmint style forend with a wide, flat bottom and a sniper/tactical style forend that is shorter and slightly tapered toward the muzzle end. Both come with a T-rail and bipod adapter. Butt stocks included two conventional types including a basic tactical style, a fully customizable target/tactical style with adjustable check piece and length-of-pull. Choate also offers two very specialized butt stocks for the C. Mod Rifle Stock including a telescoping AR style butt stock (compatible with any AR butt stock) and a pistol grip folding stock for the ultimate in portability. All butt stocks and forends come with the required hardware for rock solid installation.


About Choate Machine and Tool:Choate Machine and Tool logo

Founded by Garth Choate in 1972 as a one-man tool and die shop, Choate Machine and Tool has been a leader in the firearms accessory business for over 40 years. Beginning with magazine tube extensions for Remington 870, 1100 and Browning A5 shotguns, Choate has been making OEM parts for firearms manufacturers such Smith & Wesson, Remington, Mossberg, Savage, H&K, Winchester, Anschutz, Marlin, Harrington & Richardson, Nighthawk, Ruger, Beretta, Springfield Armory and Kahr Arms since 1981. Choate Machine & Tool is still one of the largest manufactures of OEM parts for the firearms industry. Originally started in a 1200 square foot building, Choate Machine and tool now operates out of three separate factories, an Injection Molding plant, an Investment Casting plant and a Final Assembly plant with a total of 95000 square feet under roof.

Choate Machine and Tool products have a life time guarantee. Most orders will ship the day of the order or the next depending on when the order is placed. Full time gunsmiths are on staff to answer product questions. All Choate Machine and Tool parts are Made in the U.S.A.

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    Been running a Choate folding stock on my Mini-14 since the 80’s, good stuff!

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    I’ve one of the original Choate stocks I picked up in 1997, that hugs my Savage 110 heavy barrel in .308. While heavy, and large, and the “checkering” was brutal, the chassis gave the rifle such a perfect bedding and fit, that accuracy, even with dirty de-linked MG ammo, would fall exactly where I wanted it to, and the weight softened most of the recoil for all day comfortable shooting. I shaved off the worst of the checkering, leaving enough for grip, but not enough to shred skin. I only added an adhesive cheek pad, because I had to use… Read more »

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    Gotta love the .257 Roberts !