Up for sale or trade I've got a new Silencerco Radius and a new MDT Tac21 chassis.
For trade options I am open to ideas. I am mostly looking for a Glock 21 either gen3sf or gen 4, and a decent full size 1911. For the 1911 I would want something like a newer Springfield loaded, last years Colt XSE, Colt Combat Elite, or perhaps even some of the Sig flavors. I would prefer the 1911 to not have a rail. I am open to any options that are interesting as well.
The chassis is a new MDT Tac21 chassis for a Remington 700 long action. The chassis from MDT only comes with the upper and lower. Mine comes with the additional grip, rifle length buffer tube, and magazine for a 338 Lapua. This chassis should work for pretty much all long action calibers. The magazine can work with other calibers as well, but may need a little feed lip adjustment (300win seems to do fine). The magazine is Accuracy International pattern but branded Accurate-Mag. Price: $700
MDT's description and specs are too long to post. Below is the link to their website.https://mdttac.com/collections/chassis-systems/products/tac21-chassis-system
The Silencerco Radius is a very interesting piece of hardware. It is of course a rail mounted range finder and can range objects accurately out to 1 mile. The Radius is also new, but I did take it out of the box to make sure it works and to see how the bore sight setup is done. For those that are unaware, you zero the Radius in line with your scope. Once it is zeroed it comes with a pressure pad so you can easily use it while looking through your scope. Price: $750
The Radius has been discontinued for a while now. Last time I spoke with Silencerco they did say they will still support the warranty.Silencerco's Description and specs
SilencerCo’s Radius Rangefinder is designed to be mounted directly to your rifle, and is capable of accurately ranging reflective targets out to a mile. The Radius attaches to any Picatinny rail, either above the scope or on the side of the forend or handguard. Target distance is displayed in bright, easy-to-read, neon blue numerals in yards or meters (your choice).
Best of all, you don’t have to look away from the scope or the target to get your reading - shift your eyes slightly, and there it is! The Radius Rangefinder’s display screen on the can be turned vertically or horizontally to match the unit’s orientation.
Compact size - 5" long x 3" wide x 2" high - enables easy rifle-mounted operation
Shock-resistant & waterproof (IP67 rated)
20° - 120° F operating temperature range
18 oz. wt. (with batteries)
Comes with two CR-123 batteries and remote pressure switch
The SilencerCo Radius Rangefinder offers a continuous-range mode, displaying distances in one primary and two secondary readings, allowing you to weed out interference from landscape features. It will shut off after 30 minutes of inactivity to preserve battery life, or you can set it for 12 hours of continuous ranging.