Ashbury Precision Ordnance’s New M700 Tactical Rifle

You can get a new APO SABER M700 rifle in .308 or 6.5 Creedmoor. Which would you choose?

Press release:

SABER® M700™ Tactical Rifle – Unparalleled Modularity, Tool-Less Ergonomic Adjustability, Sub-MOA Precision

American Made Full Featured Precision Rifle for Aspiring Long Range Shooters & LEO Tactical Teams

Ruckersville, VA. – Ashbury Precision Ordnance Mfg (APO) is expanding its best value line of sport utility SABER® M700™ Sport Utility Rifles with the new SABER M700 Tactical Rifle chambered in the venerable .308 Win and immensely popular 6.5 Creedmoor cartridges. SABER M700 rifles are manufactured using hand-select Remington Model 700 barreled actions mated with specially configured variants of the patented SABER modular rifle chassis. Every SABER M700 rifle is built entirely in the U.S.A., handcrafted by proud American craftsmen and Veteran US Military Armed Service members in Remington’s factory in Alabama and Ashbury Precision Ordnance’s plant in Ruckersville, Virginia.

Designed for quality-conscious, aspirational long range precision rifle shooters and law enforcement tactical team use, the SABER M700 Tactical Rifle offers shooters numerous high-end precision, semi-custom rifle features at a very competitive price. This rugged modern bolt action rifle is ready for the firing range, or to support tactical operations in service of those sworn to protect and serve.

“The SABER M700 .308 Tactical Rifle is a great example of the continuing evolution of Ashbury’s SABER modular rifle chassis system,” said Matthew Peterson, Ashbury’s Product Manager. “APO’s mature rifle chassis designs are far reaching in terms of modularity, re-configurability, shooter ergonomics and low-felt recoil. Coupled with continuous improvements in Remington’s mass production manufacturing processes, Ashbury can offer this high-quality, best-value tactical rifle that’s range ready.”

The SABER M700 Tactical Rifle uses an APO Custom Shop accurized Remington Model 700® SPS Tactical AAC-SD barreled action which delivers sub-MOA downrange performance. The SABER M700 Tactical Rifle is fitted with an externally adjustable Rifle Basix trigger set to break at a crisp 3 lbs. The M700 rifle barrels are hammer-forged, with the .308 Win configured as a 20″ 1:10 twist barrel and the 6.5 Creedmoor as a 22″ 1:8 twist barrel. Both rifle models have 5/8-24 threaded muzzles and are fitted with an AAC Blackout 51T muzzle brake suppressor adapter.

Ashbury’s rugged, low maintenance SABER MRCS-AR MOD-1 modular rifle chassis needs NO epoxy bedding to obtain optimal accuracy and is impervious to hot and cold extreme weather conditions. The SABER M700 Tactical Rifle’s AR/MSR inspired MRCS-AR modular rifle chassis features a SABER Push Button Adjustable Hybrid (PBA-H) shoulder stock with tool-less adjustments for cheek piece height, length of pull and recoil pad vertical recoil pad drop; all with positive locking adjustments.

The PBA-H shoulder stock is fitted with a butt hook as standard equipment for non-shooting hand support. An interchangeable, 3-position, rapidly adjustable field monopod is available as a user-installable option. The PBA-H shoulder stock is mounted to the SABER chassis with a strong double locking hinge that makes for easy storage and transport.

The SABER M700 Tactical Rifle’s AR-08 aluminum alloy MOD-1 forend has a unique octagonal design with M-LOK® accessory rail mounting locations at 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock positions. A key element on this precision rifle platform is Ashbury’s patented, continuous one-piece MIL-STD 1913 20 MOA unitized monolithic top rail that provides increased structural rigidity for long range accuracy, secure in-line mounting of the rifle scope, and clip-on night vision or thermal imager device.

The SABER M700 Tactical Rifle has a user-adjustable hand grip, to change distance-to-trigger (for large and small hands) with a comfortable 11 degree grip angle. The rifle also has an ambidextrous paddle lever magazine release and includes one Magpul PMAG 10 7.62 AC™ detachable box magazine. This full featured tactical rifle is easily maintainable and upgradeable by the user with simple hand tools!

For LEO’s and shooters who may already own a Remington Model 700 short action rifle, APO offers the RSA-A3 MRCS-AR MOD-1 short action and long action rifle SABER chassis separately. SABER rifle chassis can be installed with simple hand tools in the LEO arms room or at the home work bench in minutes with no gunsmithing required!

The SABER MRCS-AR modular rifle chassis is coated in a durable MIL-SPEC 8625 black hard-coat anodized finish and the Remington Model 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD barreled action is finished with a black phosphate coating. An optional Cerakote ceramic finish in a range of colors is available. This lightweight APO tactical rifle weighs in at 11.3 lbs (base rifle), has an overall length of 41 inches and folds to a compact 31.5 inches for easy transport.

The base rifle retail price is $2,750 with numerous options available in .308 Win or 6.5 Creedmoor. Shoot-ability, comfort, ergonomic adjustability, modularity, and low-felt recoil with sub-MOA accuracy are hallmarks of the SABER M700 Tactical Rifle.

For more details visit SABER-M700.com and view the brochure for this rifle here. For more information about Ashbury Precision Ordnance Mfg., our line of SABER® modular rifle chassis systems, custom precision long range rifles, APO Custom Shop pistols and rifle sports shooting accessories, please visit AshburyPrecisionOrdnance.net or the Ashbury Web Portal. For information on APO Riflesports Lifestyles Experiences visit APORiflecraft.com, APO-Outfitters.com, and APOExperience.com websites.

About Ashbury…
Ashbury International Group Inc. is a central Virginia USA based company, having more than 20 years of international experience as a prime contractor to government agencies, military, and special operations forces as well as manufacturer of commercial shooting sports equipment. The company provides logistics, engineering, training, ordnance manufacturing, systems integration, and emergency preparedness products and services.

Ashbury Precision Ordnance Mfg. (APO), a division of the Ashbury International Group Inc. is a BATFE licensed 07/11/SOT firearms manufacturer. APO manufactures SABER® bolt action receivers and patented modular rifle chassis systems for factory and custom small, medium and large caliber bolt action rifles. APO also manufactures custom tactical and multi-sport precision rifles in calibers from .223, .to .375CT. APO’s Custom Shop offers custom reflex sight installation on pistols and complete special order custom rifle and pistol builds for discriminating customers.

The Rapid Product Development Center (RPDC) provides engineering design and prototyping services. The engineering services group is Solidworks® CAD based with Cosmos FEA and FeatureCam® CAD/CAM machine programming software, 3D Printer-Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) capability, a modern CNC precision machining shop and an experienced, well trained staff.

comments

  1. avatar stateisevil says:

    The number of options both factory and custom in this genre is overwhelming. A few years ago it was probably best to just bite the bullet and get the AI AT or AI AX if you had the coin, it saved time and money down the road. That may be different now, not sure.

  2. avatar el Possum Guapo Standartenfuher " they think we're making pizza's Oberst von Burn says:

    Why 6.5 Creed of course, the 1911 .45 acp steals their souls the 6.5 Creedmoor’ kills their god

  3. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    Not a bad price for what you’re getting.

  4. avatar Tim says:

    Too bad its based on a remington 700 platform instead of a winchester model 70, where you would have a solid controlled feed instead of that stupid tang.

    1. avatar Widdler says:

      Sold my model 70 about 8 years ago, and YEP. It’s on my “dumbest decisions ever” list. Bought a new remy 700 a year ago, and NOPE. Trading it in soon, definitely not like dads old one.

  5. avatar Schernobyl says:

    .308 already have a creedmoor

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