Aero Precision moves into bolt rifle waters with Solus
Aero's new Solus, will use a Remington 700 footprint, carry a sub-MOA guarantee, and offer a Choose Your Own Adventure vibe with a complete rifle system, receiver bolt face, and a standalone chassis on offer.
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While everyone knows Washington-based Aero as a go-to for their AR15/AR10 needs, the company is branching out into a whole new series of bolt-action rifles. Dubbed the Solus, they will use a Remington 700 footprint, carry a sub-MOA guarantee, and be sold as a short action complete rifle system (MSRP $1,600-$1,900), receiver bolt face ($899) and as a standalone chassis ($350-$869).
They’ve got all the cool stuff including night vision bridges, AICS mag compatibility, bipod spigots, and fully adjustable stocks. Initial rifles at launch will be offered in 6.5 Creedmoor with 22-inch barrels and the option for a PRS style stock or Sendero, but they will grow to offer virtually any popular caliber and barrel length.