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So what Black Friday deal can I expect?

There might be some blemished units around for the ACC, but they are first come first serve so you need to be on the website on November 26 at 3:00 PM PT, but they go super fast! But at the very least there will be factory new for 10% off.
 
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    Hey guys, I noticed that on the website it says -

    "Chassis, buttstock and grip weight: 4.5lb"

    Did you guys reduce the weight on the new ACC's? It used to say something like 5.4lbs? I ask because my cut down ACC w/ the custom order aluminum buttpad is 4.7lbs. If the new ones are 4.5lbs, that means with the aluminum buttpad it'll reduce it down to 4lbs?

    Also what's the length of pull now? After doing a lot more shooting, I think I'm most comfortable at 13.5", but my older ACC is stuck at 14" minimum, so now I'm trying to figure out the cheapest way to get to 13.5".
     
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    Does anyone know if the T3 SA inlet is directly compatible with the T1x?

    Like if I have a T3 and a T1x, the acc will drop into both no problems?
     
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    Yes you just have to take the mag latch out for the t1x

    mine was a SOB to get back in when I changed back to the ctr
     
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    Hey guys, I noticed that on the website it says -

    "Chassis, buttstock and grip weight: 4.5lb"

    Did you guys reduce the weight on the new ACC's? It used to say something like 5.4lbs? I ask because my cut down ACC w/ the custom order aluminum buttpad is 4.7lbs. If the new ones are 4.5lbs, that means with the aluminum buttpad it'll reduce it down to 4lbs?

    Also what's the length of pull now? After doing a lot more shooting, I think I'm most comfortable at 13.5", but my older ACC is stuck at 14" minimum, so now I'm trying to figure out the cheapest way to get to 13.5".

    Very observant, and the 4.5lb weight comes from the SRS-X buttstock (ESS standard, one guide rod and aluminum butt pad) with the standard, MDT Over molded grip rather than the vertical grip. Realistically, that is the lightest you will find ACC's running without any further modifications.

    Does anyone know if the T3 SA inlet is directly compatible with the T1x?

    Like if I have a T3 and a T1x, the acc will drop into both no problems?

    Yes, as @bgavin said, you just need to drop out the magazine latch, or space it forward on the chassis to run the T1x in the T3x chassis :)

    Josh
     
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    Yes, as @bgavin said, you just need to drop out the magazine latch, or space it forward on the chassis to run the T1x in the T3x chassis :)

    Josh

    Man you guys need to put that info on the site, for the longest time I thought there was NO t1x compatible chassis and started lookin at alternatives :)
     
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    Yes but the drop down menu only shows T3 SA, not t1x

    I think you are expected to know that. And, as pointed out it is not without some quirks like the mag lever being removed. If they ever released a T1x inlet I think you would see that listed.

    Put another way, if they said T1x compatible on their site some asshat would bitch and moan about having to remove the lever. You can't please everyone.
     

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    Yes, as @bgavin said, you just need to drop out the magazine latch, or space it forward on the chassis to run the T1x in the T3x chassis :)

    Josh
    Is that Tac-21 similarly compatible with the T1x as well?

    I asked this question on the facebook page but someone from MDT said the TAc-21 is NOT t1x compatible?

    Maybe a better question would be, if a chassis on the MDT page lists Tikka T3 SA as action option, it is automatically T1x compatible given the conditions already noted above?
     
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    Is that Tac-21 similarly compatible with the T1x as well?

    I asked this question on the facebook page but someone from MDT said the TAc-21 is NOT t1x compatible?

    Maybe a better question would be, if a chassis on the MDT page lists Tikka T3 SA as action option, it is automatically T1x compatible given the conditions already noted above?
    It is not, unfortunately. The issue is we didn't create the clearance for the stock T1X magazine well if you wanted to you should be able to cut the clearance but out of the box, it doesn't fit.

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    It is not, unfortunately. The issue is we didn't create the clearance for the stock T1X magazine well if you wanted to you should be able to cut the clearance but out of the box, it doesn't fit.

    -Anthony
    If one had access to a cnc machine this would be relatively simple operation perhaps?
     
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    If one had access to a cnc machine this would be relatively simple operation perhaps?
    Potentially, it depends on the programming and the fixturing which would be the hardest part of the operation.

    -Anthony
     

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    I recently purchased a Savage Elite Precision 110 in 300WM caliber set in the ACC chassis for $1,799. I was pricing the ACC chassis itself and it was $1,189.95 for a Rem700 action, BUT when you add a color (I like the sniper grey) is an additional $199, so the total is $1,389.95 ( there's a discount for veterans that would lower the price), so for an additional $410 I have a complete rifle. I know this is not a true custom rifle, but I'm not competing, the price of this complete rifle is very hard to beat. I would have spent at least $3,000 for a custom action / barrel and add the ACC chassis. To me, it was a no brainer
     
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    I recently purchased a Savage Elite Precision 110 in 300WM caliber set in the ACC chassis for $1,799. I was pricing the ACC chassis itself and it was $1,189.95 for a Rem700 action, BUT when you add a color (I like the sniper grey) is an additional $199, so the total is $1,389.95 ( there's a discount for veterans that would lower the price), so for an additional $410 I have a complete rifle. I know this is not a true custom rifle, but I'm not competing, the price of this complete rifle is very hard to beat. I would have spent at least $3,000 for a custom action / barrel and add the ACC chassis. To me, it was a no brainer
    Hopefully you got a good one.

    If not, I predict Failure to Feed, extract and eject.
     

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    Didnt really like the look of the long rail with the small profile barrel.. kind of looked weird to me. wanted a smaller chassis but i do like the ACC, 6.5 creedmoor so i never really needed the weights, the benches are short over here at the range and this length is almost max before its off the front. also i just put a new blade on my chop saw and needed to test it out lol, i do like the long forend on my 300wm tho



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    I thought the long forend was a big selling point. Why the chop?
     
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    Added some of @A.Huggy homemade weights to my ACC. Cut them out on a CNC plasma table. Sitting at about 20210414_201908.jpg20210414_190409.jpg24.5 lbs with the suppressor. Still haven't shot the new PBB 6 Dasher barrel. Too many home projects right now and a recent car wreck has slowed me down a little.

    The rifle balances really well with the new weights and a full set of internal weights.
     

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    Added some of @A.Huggy homemade weights to my ACC. Cut them out on a CNC plasma table. Sitting at about 24.5 lbs with the suppressor. Still haven't shot the new PBB 6 Dasher barrel. Too many home projects right now and a recent car wreck has slowed me down a little.

    The rifle balances really well with the new weights and a full set of internal weights.
    Excellent work.

    FYI, there are a few ACC chassis goodies on my thingiverse page. Most are 3d printable. The drawings for the weights are there too.