New chassis for the Sig Sauer SSG3000 / 200STR.

LrNorway

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After some time in development the new Vision chassis for the Sig Sauer SSG3000 / 200STR is finally out. The Vision is developed and produced in Norway and is the worlds first modular aluminum chassis for the SSG3000. Yes there has been other one-offs and prototype chassis for this system, but this one is in production and available now for owners of either the SSG3000 or the 200STR. It’s made out of 7075 aluminum and features an integrated ARCA rail, an integrated UIT accessory rail, adjustable (multi directional) cheek rest and LOP, folding buttstock and much more.

4 prototypes were used in a PRS match here in Norway and changes were made for the production model based on feedback from highly experienced shooters. Safe to say this is no backyard attempt to finally get a new and innovative chassis system out for this excellent rifle. The only problem with the SSG3000/200STR system has been the almost complete lack of aftermarket stocks, chassis and other things related too this rifle. This is now about too change big time with more things to come for the SSG3000/200STR.

Just for clarification, I’m not affiliated with the production company or the norwegian distributor of the Vision in any way. Being an SSG owner myself I’m just here to spread the good news as I know there are many SSG owners on this forum.

Price in Norway: $2334

Link to the Norwegian distributor:


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Iamero

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    Is there any update on this chassis making it to the US? The AX and Cadex are typically my go to, but wouldn't mind trying something else out especially since it has the integrated arca rail as well.
     

    wes1

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    Looks Great!
    Needs a "milled groove" to access barrel hardware to swap barrels without removing barreled action.
     

    houndog

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    Thanks for posting this. As an owner of an SSG3000 I think this rifle is often ignored. Using commercial ammo I've shot a 20 round group that measured a hair over 1 MOA. And the stock has always been a weak point of the rifle. However, having paid about $1,300 for the rifle not sure I'd want to pay an additional $2,300 for a stock.
     

    Hawk in WY

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    Thanks for posting this. As an owner of an SSG3000 I think this rifle is often ignored. Using commercial ammo I've shot a 20 round group that measured a hair over 1 MOA. And the stock has always been a weak point of the rifle. However, having paid about $1,300 for the rifle not sure I'd want to pay an additional $2,300 for a stock.

    ^^This^^
     

    Hegre

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    I have been using this stock for a while now on my Sauer STR 200 which is an ssg3000 without the fixed picatinny. Excellent stock. I may get the joint to make it a foldable stock for ease of storage and cleaning.
    And yes, the Sauer str/ssg is an excellent rifle.
     

    Aaron47pb

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    I have been using this stock for a while now on my Sauer STR 200 which is an ssg3000 without the fixed picatinny. Excellent stock. I may get the joint to make it a foldable stock for ease of storage and cleaning.
    And yes, the Sauer str/ssg is an excellent rifle.

    Are you in the US?
     

    Hegre

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    Curious about the spigot mounted bipod. Is it available for purchase? If yes, who is the manufacturer?
    Think it is the RPS, pricey, but nice. I think it is more or less a copy of the TRG bipod.
     

    Redmist

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    Have been using this chassis for my SSG 3000 in the UK for a short time.

    Build quality and machining is as good as it gets and attention to detail very well thought out

    Calibre is 260 Ackley, using aftermarket barrel extension and bartlein 7 twist, which was fitted and chambered myself

    Accuracy is superb with 150 SMK - sub quarter MOA at 200 MTR



     

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    They were supposed to have this available for the R700 pattern receivers a few months ago through Joint Forces Industries out of Florida but I haven’t seen anything on their page about having received them yet.