MDT Modular Driven Technologies

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MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by paper9 » Sun Dec 28, 2014 12:40 am

Has anyone tried these products for the Remington 700, Model 7 or Micro 7? Any real experience is of interest.

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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by BadKarmaZeroSix » Sun Dec 28, 2014 12:55 am

Yup, i have the MDT Tac21 on my Rem700 SPS 300 AAC...love it

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Its not extremely light, but its WELL-built...first put it on my .308 Rem700 SPS, but when i went and got it cerakoted, i also found the Element chassis, so put this one on the blackout...on the 300 i havent really noticed tighter groups (have only shot it at 100yds so far) but we will check it against my 300yd targets when it warms up...
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Post by jwb47 » Sun Dec 28, 2014 10:26 am

BadKarmaZeroSix wrote:Yup, i have the MDT Tac21 on my Rem700 SPS 300 AAC...love it

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Its not extremely light, but its WELL-built...first put it on my .308 Rem700 SPS, but when i went and got it cerakoted, i also found the Element chassis, so put this one on the blackout...on the 300 i havent really noticed tighter groups (have only shot it at 100yds so far) but we will check it against my 300yd targets when it warms up...
is that an accuracy international magazine ?

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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by BadKarmaZeroSix » Sun Dec 28, 2014 2:49 pm

Yup...feeds perfectly...
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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by ToyotaGuru » Sun Dec 28, 2014 3:21 pm

Here is my micro 7 in the LSS chassis
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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by paper9 » Sun Dec 28, 2014 6:14 pm

Nice looking rifles, so they just went together as easy as the MDT videos show?

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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by BadKarmaZeroSix » Sun Dec 28, 2014 9:05 pm

Actually, yeah...two tricky parts...
1) dont forget to take out the set screws in top of the Rem700 action like i did...it took me 5 mins of scratching my head to see the problem...
2) putting the trigger assembly back in was a bit tricky with the bulkier chassis there...the little spring needs some pushing and prodding...use tweezers and a small punch to hold while slipping it in place, and it will take a couple attempts...need good lighting
Other than that, it's simple, and i really love the way it feels...
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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by wood chucker » Sat Jan 24, 2015 6:42 am

paper9 wrote:Has anyone tried these products for the Remington 700, Model 7 or Micro 7? Any real experience is of interest.
On the Remington I have not. I did put a couple other rifles in a couple LSS chassis.
Best move I made. Quality is high and dimensions are consistent, stability and ergonomics are improved. Price was nice.

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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by willcarry » Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:56 am

FWIW - they released a new chassis system at SHOT. It should be up on their site in the next few days.

If I still have the brochure, I'll upload it tonight.

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Re: MDT Modular Driven Technologies

Post by paper9 » Fri Apr 15, 2016 7:32 pm

I got the LSS for the Model 7 in 300 BLK. It went together easy.
I can shoot better using it. The mags work good. I recommend the change.

I did the entire thing; LSS stock, 3 polymer mags, buttstock, pistol grip, buffer tube, castle nut
for $465.00.

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