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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR SOLUS CHASSIS

The SOLUS Competition Chassis was designed to meld the body of a shooter with the action of a rifle. For these two systems to harmonically work together there was a high focus on both general ergonomics and adjustability to easily provide shooters with a tailored fit. Beyond ergonomics, the SOLUS Competition Chassis also emphasizes modularity, accommodating numerous different accessories—allowing for the firearm to be tailored to a multitude of different use cases.

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COMPETITION CHASSIS TECH SPECS

SPECIFICATIONS

SOLUS Tech Specs

KEY ATTRIBUTES
  • Footprint: Remington 700 Short Action
  • Construction: 7075-T6 center section and stock, 6061 T-6 forend
  • Magazine: AICS/AIAW
FEATURES
  • V-block bedding surface
  • Fully adjustable length of pull, cheek comb height, and recoil pad cant
  • M-LOK/Arca compatible forend
  • Adjustable thumb rest
  • Ambidextrous magazine release

SOLUS Tech Specs

KEY ATTRIBUTES
  • Footprint: Remington 700 Short Action
  • Construction: 7075-T6 center section and stock, 6061 T-6 forend
  • Magazine: AICS/AIAW
FEATURES
  • V-block bedding surface
  • Fully adjustable length of pull, cheek comb height, and recoil pad cant
  • M-LOK/Arca compatible forend
  • Adjustable thumb rest
  • Ambidextrous magazine release

ADJUSTMENTS

To adjust the Length of Pull of the stock, unscrew the knob until the knob no longer turns. With the knob fully loosened, use one hand to depress and hold the spring-loaded knob. With the other hand, grasp the Length of Pull/Recoil Pad assembly and lengthen or shorten the stock’s length of pull to suit your needs. The length is adjustable in seven ¼” increments. The stock’s spring-loaded locking mechanism will engage on each of the seven recesses. Once the desired length has been obtained and the spring-loaded knob has engaged in a locked position, tighten the knob to complete the stock’s length of pull adjustment.

Adjusting the Comb Riser is accomplished in a similar process using the forward upper knob. After the knob is loosened, the adjustable comb can be raised or lowered. Depressing the knob is not required for the Comb Riser once in the desired position. Tightening the knob secures the riser in place.

ADJUSTMENTS CONT.

The magazine latch height can be adjusted to ensure correct retention and presentation of the magazine. To adjust, simply loosen the Locking Screw two full turns (see following image). Insert your magazine into the magazine well. Tighten the Height Adjustment screw to minimize magazine movement. Test by releasing the magazine a few times through depressing the magazine release. No binding should occur. If binding does occur or the magazine will not drop free, slowly back off the Height Adjustment Screw. Once satisfied with your adjustment, secure the Locking Screw. Use Vibra-Tite VC-3 or Loctite 222 to prevent loosening of the fasteners. Apply no more than 4 in/lbs of torque to the Locking Screw.

The adjustable thumb rest comes installed on the chassis, to adjust it to your desired position loosen the two #6-32 adjustment screws until you can move the thumb rest back and forth. There is .380” of adjustment frontwards and back. Once the desired position is achieved tighten the top screw to hold the thumb rest in place and apply a light coat of Loctite 222 and torque to no more than 3.5 in/lbs. Repeat process on top screw.

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

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GENERAL QUESTIONS

Are your rifles accurate?
Our rifles are guaranteed to be Sub MOA from the factory.
What is pull weight of the trigger?
The pull weight of the trigger varies between configurations and can be anywhere from 1.5lbs to 3lbs.
How much does a complete rifle weigh?
This varies on configuration can weigh between 6.5-12 lbs.
How do I choose a rifle?
There are many opinions on this subject but the easiest place to start is intention, competitions require different equipment than hunting.
How do I remove the bolt from the receiver?
You will need to raise the comb up to remove the bolt. Make sure you remember or mark the adjustment height before moving it. Press the Bolt release on the left side of the receiver and pull the bolt out.
How do I choose a caliber?
Align your caliber selection with the intended use of the rifle.
What is a Minute of Angle or MOA?
A minute of angle is a measurement used to determine the group size of a given shot. An MOA is 1/60th of a degree and measures 1.047" at 100 yards this measurement gets rounded to 1" for manual calculation and is known as "Shooter minute of angle".
What tools do I need to put together the rifle?
Depending on the configuration, you will need a combination of the following: action wrench, barrel vise, barrel nut wrench, torque, and wrench.
What is a barrel vise?
A barrel vise is a clamping vise that utilizes bushings to provide anti rotation during installation.
Can I use another barrel vise?
Yes, all that is required is the proper bushing for the barrel.
Aero Precision Lifetime Warranty

LIFETIME MANUFACTURER WARRANTY

We provide a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects and damage caused by the normal use of our products. Aero Precision LLC will repair or replace any products that is has manufactured, sold, or distributed. This warranty does not cover defects or damage that are not the result of “normal use,” as determined by Aero Precision LLC in its full discretion, including but are not limited to defects and damage resulting from modification of the product, neglect or abuse of the product, improper transportation of the product, improper maintenance of the product, use of defective or improper ammunition, failure to follow the instructions in the product manual, use of the product with incompatible components, and criminal activity. To make a warranty or repair inquiry, contact Aero Precision’s customer service team by visiting aeroprecisionusa.com/contact and submitting a form. DO NOT send or ship products to Aero Precision for repair or replacement without first receiving authorization from Aero Precision’s customer service team. Failure to follow these instructions may void this warranty at Aero Precision’s discretion.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, CONDITIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS, WHETHER WRITTEN, ORAL, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED CONDITION, REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY SHALL CONSTITUTE THE SOLE REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER OR USER OF THE PRODUCT, AND AERO PRECISION LLC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR AN ALLEGEDLY DEFECTIVE OR DAMAGED PRODUCT EXCEPT TO REPAIR OR REPLACE IT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, SHALL AERO PRECISION LLC BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, CONTINGENT, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR SPECIAL DAMAGES CAUSED OR ALLEGED TO BE CAUSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART BY THE NEGLIGENCE, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WARRANTY, OR BREACH OF DUTY OF OR BY AERO PRECISION LLC.

DISCLAIMERS

When using a firearm, always adhere to the 4 rules of firearms safety:

  1. Treat every firearm as if it is loaded.
  2. Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction.
  3. Keep your finger off the trigger until you have acquired a proper sight picture and are ready to fire.
  4. Be aware of your target and what is behind it.

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