When firearms enthusiasts think of breakdown rifles, many picture a rifle breaks at the breach which can affect zeroing and accuracy or at the wrist where a rifle stock is its weakest, sacrificing stock strength. AWC Systems Technology’s M91 BDR (Breakdown Rifle) breaks from the norm and separates the stock at its strong point.
“The AWC M91 BDR breaks at the strong point on the stock to maintain stock integrity and to ensure that the rifle maintains its zeroing and accuracy, which can make the difference between success or failure,” said Chris Short, AWC Systems Technology sales and marketing manager.
The M91 BDR’s match-grade fiberglass stock with a Pachmayr decelerator recoil pad with 13.5-inch L.O.P. can be quickly broken down or assembled using two alignment rods and a steel anchor rod. The action is a Remington 700 BDL action that is fully accurized with a tuned trigger. Standard customizable configurations offer either right- or left-handed bolts and are available in .308 WIN or .223. The barrels are manufactured from medium-weight chrome moly with match chamber and crown in 16.5- or 18.5-inch lengths. Other calibers are available in custom orders.
A pelican hard case with custom cut foam and a preset “T” handle torque wrench is standard. Additional accessories include a HyperDyne muzzle brake, AWC’s Thundertrap suppressor, fast-action bolt knob and LMS bipod. For more information about the AWC M91 BDR, visit awcsystech.com.
When firearms enthusiasts think of breakdown rifles, many picture a rifle breaks at the breach…
by Tactical-Life / Feb 12, 2010