2012 SHOT Show Special Report: Ashbury International Rifles/Chassis Systems

Ashbury Precision Ordnance

Ashbury International Group has released a wicked looking product lineup for 2012. Their Asymmetric Warrior Precision Weapons Systems are complete rifles using Surgeon actions and Rock Creek “Pinnacle” barrels in Ashbury Chassis. They are chambered for .338 Lapua Magnum and are advertised as sub-MOA out to 1500 meters. Ashbury seems to have put together the best of everything with no expense spared to build these rifles, and looking at the spec sheet I’m almost afraid to ask what one of these bad boys will cost. If you already own a complete action you can drop it into Ashbury’s Saber-FORSST Mod-0 and Mod-1 chassis, featuring a fully adjustable folding stock with a built-in monopod, “bedding-less” action interface technology, and more rails than a train station. They make versions of the FORSST for Badger actions, Surgeon actions, Remington 700 long and short actions, and the Sako TRG-22 and TRG-42. So if you feel the need to upgrade your $3,000 Sako, give Ashbury International a call and they’ll bring it up to speed for you!

Ashbury Precision Ordnance
APO Asymmetric Warrior Sub-MOA out to 1500 yards. Yes please!


Ashbury Precision Ordnance Asymmetric Warrior
Firing the Asymmetric Warrior
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