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AICS AT M700 2.0 .308 Pale Brown Stock 26695PB

SKU 26695PB-AI

Folding Stock - Short Action

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Accuracy International (AI) remains on the cutting edge of excellence with two new additions to the company’s long heritage of rifle chassis with the AXAICS and ATAICS for the Remington® M700®. Accuracy International introduced the first commercially available rifle chassis system to the shooting world in 1998. The Accuracy International Chassis System (AICS) and accompanying AICS magazines have become the industry standard and yardstick by which all others are judged. The AXAICS and ATAICS continue to raise the bar by incorporating the latest innovations of the AX and AT tactical rifle systems. This new generation of AICS incorporates operator-defined attributes such as:

• Adjustable length of pull using 10mm and 20mm spacers.

• Lateral and height adjustable cheek piece.

• Six flush cup sling points for quick sling positioning.

• Optional AT folding stock using AI’s battle proven hinge system.

AX style pistol grip with traditional thumbhole stock sides available as an option.

AICS 5 round magazine and optional 10 round magazines.

• KeySlot™ accessory mounting system on the 6:00 O’Clock forend surface.

• Optional 9:00 O’Clock and 3:00 O’Clock KeySlot ™ accessory rails.

• Optional STANAG 4694/Mil-Std 1913 accessory rails.

• Optional Co-planer Night Vision mount with STANAG 4694/Mil-Std M1913 rail.


  • Item ConditionNew
  • ColorPale Brown
  • Folding Stock:Yes
  • HandednessRight Hand
  • Product TypeStock/Chassis
  • UPC685450880060
  • MPN26695PB

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
December 21, 2016

I have an AIAT and wanted the stock for my Remington clone action to match so when I practice it's same/same.. Locks up solid, like all AI stocks. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is because the way the front action screw is held in. There are 2 little bars that protrude from the sides of the hole where the front action screw in the stock resides. There is only barely enough room to use an allen wrench to lock you action into the stock. To use my torque wrench, I dremmeled out those 2 bars. I'm sure there are long allen bits out there somewhere I could have ordered for my torque wrench, but I fixed the problem to my satisfaction. Overall, a great stock.

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