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Each Solus complete rifle is built around the Solus short action to provide out of the box precision and reliability across the entire line. This action utilizes an interchangeable 3 lug bolt design and a 60 degree bolt throw. Integral 20 MOA biased top rail allows for rock-solid mounting with your scope rings to the rifle system. The inclusion of different stock, chassis, and caliber options allows the shooter looking for an out of the box turnkey solution to choose what is best for their individual use-case.

The shooters equipment should never be their limiting factor—each Solus complete rifle carries a sub-MOA guarantee to give the shooter confidence right out of the box.

SOLUS

COMPETITION RIFLE TECH SPECS

SPECIFICATIONS

SOLUS Tech Specs

KEY ATTRIBUTES
  • Action: SOLUS Short Action
  • Chassis: SOLUS Competition Chassis
  • Trigger: SOLUS Single Stage
  • Caliber: 6 Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 WIN
  • Magazine: AICS/AIAW detachable box magazine
FEATURES
  • 60-degree bolt throw
  • Integral 20 MOA bias scope base
  • Adjustable cheek comb, length of pull, and recoil pad cant
  • M-LOK/Arca compatible forend

SOLUS Tech Specs

KEY ATTRIBUTES
  • Action: SOLUS Short Action
  • Chassis: SOLUS Competition Chassis
  • Trigger: SOLUS Single Stage
  • Caliber: 6 Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 WIN
  • Magazine: AICS/AIAW detachable box magazine
FEATURES
  • 60-degree bolt throw
  • Integral 20 MOA bias scope base
  • Adjustable cheek comb, length of pull, and recoil pad cant
  • M-LOK/Arca compatible forend


SOLUS

BRAVO RIFLE TECH SPECS

SPECIFICATIONS

SOLUS Tech Specs

KEY ATTRIBUTES
  • Action: SOLUS Short Action
  • Chassis: KRG Bravo
  • Trigger: SOLUS Single Stage
  • Caliber: 6 Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 WIN
  • Magazine: AICS detachable box magazine
FEATURES
  • 60-degree bolt throw
  • Integral 20 MOA bias scope base
  • Adjustable cheek comb

SOLUS Tech Specs

KEY ATTRIBUTES
  • Action: SOLUS Short Action
  • Chassis: KRG Bravo
  • Trigger: SOLUS Single Stage
  • Caliber: 6 Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor, 308 WIN
  • Magazine: AICS detachable box magazine
FEATURES
  • 60-degree bolt throw
  • Integral 20 MOA bias scope base
  • Adjustable cheek comb

initial assembly

Barrel Break-In Procedure

  1. Ensure the bore is free of any obstructions, oils or solvents. If unsure, insert a cleaning rod with jag and patch. Run the cleaning rod back and forth approximately 20 times or until clean, replacing patches as necessary.
  2. Obtain a rough zero for safety. The process for this depends on what optic you are using. Refer to the optic manual for instructions.
  3. Shoot approximately 50-60 rounds through your rifle in groups of 5 shots. Once you have shot 50-60 rounds through the barrel, follow the cleaning steps in section VIII "Bore Cleaning-Carbon Deposits"
  4. Zero your rifle and regularly track rounds fired and general accuracy achieved after break-in. Tracking can help you understand when maintenance needs to be performed. Replace barrel when accuracy starts to see permanent degradation.

bolt disassembly

The Solus bolt assembly can be readily disassembled without tools for cleaning and maintenance.

  1. With the bolt assembly removed from the action, grasp the Bolt Body with one hand and the Firing Pin Shroud with the other.
  2. Twist the Shroud approximately a ¼ turn clockwise. The Firing Pin assembly will snap free when the retention lugs enter their recesses.
  3. Once free, the Firing Pin Assembly can be removed from the bolt body.
  4. With the Firing Pin Assembly removed, the Bolt Head Retaining Pin can be taken out. Slight resistance may be encountered when removing the pin. Applying light pressure to drive the bolt head into the bolt body will allow the retaining pin to drop free.
  5. The bolt head can now be removed from the bolt body.

maintenance

After each use of your Solus rifle, thoroughly clean and lubricate it. Handling leaves fingerprints of moisture that can result in the formation of rust. Always wipe receiver, bolt assembly, and barrel with an oiled cloth after handling. All exterior metal surfaces should get a light coat of oil or rust preventative. Any good quality gun lube/CLP should work.


Abrupt temperature changes will cause the formation of condensation and moisture; special care to interior metal parts is needed to prevent rusting. Do not store the rifle overnight in the trunk of a vehicle. Long term storage should be done in a dehumidified gun vault or safe.


Before firing any firearm, be sure to remove all excess lubrication. The chamber and bore must be clean and free of all oils and lubricants.

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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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