The Solus Competition Rifle is built for shooters requiring high level precision right out of the box. The Solus Bravo rifle also seamlessly blends the needs of the target shooter and hunter in one distinct package.
The Solus Competition Chassis was designed to create the most precise and repeatable rifle to body connection. Integrating industry-standard attachments like M-LOK and Arca Swiss allows a true custom experience no matter the intended use.
This product serves as the keystone in an ecosystem that provides shooters with an open-source, user-configurable, and quality-manufactured foundation for their precision bolt action build.
Our rifles are guaranteed to be Sub MOA from the factory.
The pull weight of the trigger varies between configurations and can be anywhere from 1.5lbs to 3lbs.
This varies on configuration can weigh between 6.5-12 lbs.
There are many opinions on this subject but the easiest place to start is intention, competitions require different equipment than hunting.
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.
Align your caliber selection with the intended use of the rifle.
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".
Depending on the configuration, you will need a combination of the following: action wrench, barrel vise, barrel nut wrench, torque, and wrench.
A barrel vise is a clamping vise that utilizes bushings to provide anti rotation during installation.
Yes, all that is required is the proper bushing for the barrel.