Cadex Tundra Strike Chassis Remington 700 SA ODG, Right Hand

ID: STKTUN-REM-RH-SA-ODG   UPC: 0842940098628

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The Tundra Strike rifle stock is designed with back country hunters in mind. Unlike other manufacturers out there aiming at the absolute lightest materials available, Cadex oriented this rifle stock towards a perfect balance between weight reduction, rigidity and no compromise on stability. The Tundra Strike is an affordable rifle stock with the right features at the right place offering unbeatable value for your money. The rifle stock is polymer injected with our special recipe of fibers to produce a lightweight yet extremely stiff rifle stock blank. Within the polymer rifle stock blank is molded in aluminum bedding blocks among which is CNC machined the magazine housing and recoil lug pocket to insure a perfect alignment. This production process is so precise that no bedding compound is required. No need to be a gunsmith to do it, it is a 2 minutes installation process similar to our chassis systems. Designed to fit the CDX-R7 actions, Rem 700 and clones. No bedding job required.

  • From the lower receiver to the fore-end tube end: approx. 8.5″ where indicated by the blue arrow. Maximum barrel diameter: 0.770″ – 0.950″
  • Aluminum bedding blocks. No bedding required.
  • Cadex recoil pad and neoprene cheek pad.
  • Rubberized grip insert.
  • Oversized trigger guard and magazine release for easy manipulation with gloves.


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5.0/5.0 (Based on 2 Reviews)

David Nuttall 877 days ago

Cadex Tundra Strike Chassis Just purchased a black Tundra for my Bergara B14r .22 which I also purchased from BullsEye North. LOP was only 13.5 and I need 14.25. Cadex doesn't make lop spacers for the Tundra so I purchased the Remington Versa Max lop spacer kit and with some minor modifications using my Drummel I was able to make these spacers fit perfectly.

David Nuttall 877 days ago

Spacers Last week bought a Cadex Tundra stock and found out Cadex doesn't have butt spacers specifically for that stock. I bought the Remington Versa Max spacer kit for $20.00 and with some minor modifications to the initial spacer that fits into the stock they worked perfectly. Buy a Dremel !