New: JP APAC Rifle Chassis

by
posted on February 19, 2019
apac-1.jpg
JP's new manual rifle chassis, the Advanced Precision Ambidextrous Chassis (APAC) is compatible with nearly all Remington 700-pattern actions.

The APAC is a V-block chassis system is machined from lightweight 6061-T6 aluminum and is considered the latest evolution of the original JP AMCS chassis that debuted in 2006. The APAC maintains a focus on maximizing AR ergonomics in a bolt-gun platform. As such, the fully adjustable buttstock can adjust to the needs of the shooter, as well as offering compatibility with any AR-style pistol grip. Height, length and cant adjustments are made with quick-lock tension wheels.
JP APAC chassis
The APAC is a folding, skeletonized full-billet stock.

Fully ambidextrous, this collapsible stock is also reversible to fold over the bolt handles on either side of the chassis block. The ambi design allows it to accept both right- and left-handed rifle actions. There's also an integrated bubble level as well.

The APAC is compatible with JP MK III hand guard accessories and AI-pattern magazines. It comes standard with a durable, hard-anodized finish and is also available with a custom Cerakote finish.

MSRP: $1,599. Learn more at JPRifles.com.

Latest

Fedshooter 2
Fedshooter 2

Federal Ammunition: Excellence In Competition

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, here are highlights from Federal’s long association with top competitive shooters

Results: 2022 USPSA Area 8 Championship

This year’s USPSA Area 8 Championship was a balancing act—from feet on a beam to head under a window

What’s In Your Range Bag, Richard Clark?

Find out what 2022 NRA Lones Wigger Iron Man Trophy winner Richard Clark keeps in his range bag

Six Medals For USA Shooting At 2022 ISSF President’s Cup

USA Shooting athletes earned a total of six medals at the 2022 ISSF President’s Cup in Cairo, Egypt

USA Shooting: Weisz, Maddalena Both Earn Bronze At 2022 ISSF President’s Cup

Alison Weisz and Sagen Maddalena captured Women’s 10m Air Rifle bronze medals on December 2 at the 2022 ISSF President’s Cup in Cairo, Egypt

Henry Repeating Arms Makes $50,000 Donation To First Responders Children’s Foundation

The First Responders Children’s Foundation supports the children and families of first responders who have been killed or injured in the line of duty

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Sports USA delivered to your inbox.