The MPA CSR Chassis (Compact Suppressor Ready) is a purpose driven chassis designed to be used when an ultra compact platform with a minimal stored footprint is required when the host rifle is utilizing a suppressor.
The specially designed FOLDING buttstock can store a suppressor up to 1.5″ in diameter (1.570″) and 8.25″ in length.
This can take a suppressed rifle measuring up to 48″ in length and reduce the overall length to 27″ with the suppressor stored in the buttstock and folded/locked.
Masterpiece Arms CSR Chassis
- Produced from 6061 Aluminum
- V-Bedding System with Additional clearance for Glass Bedding Action and Straight Section of Barrel
- CSR Buttstock with Adjustable Length of Pull and Suppressor Storage Capacity of 1.5″ diameter x 8.25″ in Length
- Lower mounted Picatinny Rail
- Cerakote Finish – Multiple Colors Available
- Spigot Mount Ready
- Built In Leveling System (Inclinometer)
- Thumb Notch
- Side Folding Assembly
- The Chassis Fore-End on the CSR is the Hybrid Design
Notice on Inlets: Our Chassis with the Remington 700 Inlet in their prospective Short or Long action configurations fit all Remington 700 actions and clones including but not limited to the following: Bat Machine HR & VR, Curtis Axiom, Curtis Vector, Curtis Helix, Defiance Deviant, Defiance Rebel, Defiance Elite, Stiller Tac series, Bighorn TL2, Bighorn TL3, Lonepeak Arms, Kelbly Atlas Tactical, Ga Precision Templar V2, GA precision Tempest, Impact 737R, Surgeon SA & LA (Except Surgeon XL)
Exceptions: Stiller Spectre Gen 1 and 2. This inlet is specifically listed on our options page.
Custom Cerakote Colors add $135 for the chassis body and $65 for the barreled action. Check with MPA for all the custom colors available.
All chassis and barrels are cerakoted, and we provide a multitude of colors and patterns. Solid colors are included. Custom patterns have a +$150 upcharge.
The spigot mount is an accessory mentioned above is designed to be inserted in the front of the chassis to provide an extended distance between the front bipod and the rear support. Simply insert the spigot into the chassis and attach with (2) Flat Head Cap Screws. Then move the pic rail to the spigot.
For those who would prefer a sling stud instead of the picatinny rail, just let us know.