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Ritter & Stark’s SX-1 MTR to be Demonstrated at VFOB Try & Buy Event

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Are you as psyched about Ritter & Stark‘s SX-1 MTR (Modular Tactical Rifle) as we are? The Austrian-based company is whetting our appetite even further with the announcement that they’ll be bringing their highly-anticipated new weapon system to the Veterans Forward Operating Base (VFOB) – Try & Buy event, scheduled for January 15 & 16, 2017 at the Pro Gun Club in Boulder City, Nevada.



The VFOB Try & Buy event will include the participation of 50 VFOB members and 50 other manufacturers showcasing their latest guns and gear. Dealers and media members will try out these highly-anticipated weapon platforms on two different ranges. With the SX-1 MTR getting a ton of attention right now, in addition to making its debut in the U.S. at the 2017 AUSA show, you can bet Ritter & Stark’s new rifle will be tested extensively.



To see and try the Ritter & Stark SX-1 MTR at the VFOB Try & Buy, make a reservation by emailing info@veteransfob.com. Of course, you can always go and check out the SX-1 MTR at Kiosk 331 at the NEXT Pavilion during SHOT Show, scheduled for Jan. 17-20 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas.


More in the press release below:


VFOB Try & Buy attendees will be able to shoot the SX-1 MTR and see first-hand how fast one can change calibers between a .308 Win., .300 Win Magnum and a .338 Lapua Magnum. Scopes do not have to be changed out or re-sighted since the SX-1 MTR barrels feature a MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail installed directly on the barrel. Pre-set scopes make conversion barrel change-outs quick and efficient without any loss of zero.


Ritter & Stark barrels are guaranteed to at least leading in industry 5,000 rounds for .308Win and .338LM, and 2,000 rounds for .300WM assuring 100% of accuracy. Ritter & Stark’s SX-1 MTR’s performance is factory proven to be a consistent 0.5 MOA with 3‐round groups or better using factory match grade ammunition.


For more information about Ritter & Stark, visit http://www.ritterstark.com


SX-1 MTR Specifications:


CALIBER .308 Win (7.62X51 NATO) .300 Win Magnum .338 Lapua Magnum

Barrel Length 24.5” / 623 mm 27.15” / 690 mm 27.15” / 690 mm

Overall Length 47.3” / 1202 mm 50.8” / 1291 mm 50.8” / 1291 mm

Length Folded 37.5” / 953 mm 41” / 1041 mm 41” / 1041 mm

Overall Width 3.2” / 81 mm 3.2” / 81 mm 3.2” / 81 mm

Width Folded 4” / 103 mm 4” / 103 mm 4” / 103 mm

Rifling Grooves 4 6 6

Rifling Twist 1:11” / 280 mm 1:10” / 254 mm 1:10” / 254 mm

TTL Weight (w/o mag) 12.8 lbs. / 5.9 kg 13.7 lbs. / 6.3 kg 13.7 lbs. / 6.3 kg

Ultralight Model Weight 11.25 lbs. / 5.2 kg 11.9 lbs. / 5.5 kg 11.9 lbs. / 5.45kg

Magazine Capacity 10 rounds* 5 / 10 rounds 5 / 10 rounds

Stock Length Adjustment 2.4” / 60 mm 2.4” / 60 mm 2.4” / 60 mm

Optical Interface MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail with 12, 20 or 40 MOA forward inclination.

Accessories Interface Allows MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rails via M-LOK™ or M5 screws. Octagonal cross section enables handguard to accept accessories in 45° steps.

Folding Stock MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny rail to attach a monopod.


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