- The long Nose chassis is for precision shooting with receivers that have a rear tang compatible with KIDD Innovative Designs Rear Tang Mounting Point
- Long nose and rear mount point provides rigid construction at the front and rear of the receiver.
- Long Integrated Picatinny Rail
- Anodized 6061-T6 Machined from billet
- Cerakote ceramic coating (selected models)
- Check out pictures of Customer Builds:
- Items included
- Chassis + hardware
- Universal tang for grips
- Stock lock ring
- Kidd Innovative Designs Receiver with Kidd Low Profile Rear Tang
- Kidd Innovative Designs 2 Stage Trigger
- Hart Barrel
- PMACA Long Nose Chassis
- ACE Carbine Stock
- A2 Stock Adapter
- Strike Industries Grip
Perfect fit great finish. Could not be happier!!
Great product , tight fit . I use it for steel challenge, and NRL . Half the price of MDT
Everything fits great. Mine came with the locking ring. From a distance it looks great, but upon closer inspection the machining is pretty rough. Especially around the rail.
To be honest I wish I would have spent the money on a higher quality chassis.
If you find a manufacturing defect, please feel free to return the chassis for a full refund.
Only one complaint. it did not come with a locking ring. Double checked the the packaging and the box, could not find the locking ring.
I was wondering when i ordered the long chassis. It says the stock locking is included. There was not one in the box.
Very nice chassis everything fits perfectly
Shipping was fast. Fit and finish was excellent.
Would love to see some M-LOK incorporated into this design.
Fitment is spot on. Just a touch snug so I know it was machined well. I wish the nose was longer to benefit to more real estate on the forend and sling studs or mlok slots like the Kidd chassis. Its very lightweight. No issues fitting grips or buffer tubes onto it. I like the antirotation ring on the rear of the chassis and is why i chose it over the kidd. One place where i felt this chassis wasnt top notch was the finish. I can see sone light spots in the cerakote. I can see that they cerakited over their red anodize chassis with the cerakote. Some light areas where the red shows through. I could also see where the receiver looked like it was bumped or drop where the edges of the chassis werent perfect. It almost looks like it was used or a blem that was refinished. But where the machining matters is fine. Mostly cosmetic issues only.
If you receive a chassis where you can see through the Cerakote on the visible surfaces when it is assembled, this is a manufacturing defect. If your chassis has a manufacturing defect, or you are just not happy with your purchase, you may return the unused chassis for a full refund.
Completely changes everything! Makes a plinking toy into a very nice little rig.