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September 27, 2020

Tikka CTR AICS Conversion Bottom Metal

Hi, Jason McHann here from MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®, and we have been on a quest for a solution to the $150 CTR mags that are sold out everywhere. Let me show you what we’ve got. Alright, so there’s nothing wrong with the CTR magazine other than they’re expensive. $150 for a magazine and you’re — I […]

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September 22, 2020

Tikka T3x Tac-A1 Unboxing and Initial Impressions

Hi, Jason McHann here from MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®, a very exciting day. 40 TAC A1s hit America last week. They were shipped out to a few dealers and we got one. So, we’re going to unbox it here. I’m sorry, it’s already spoken for. I really wish I could do a shooting review. When we get […]

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September 15, 2020

0 MOA vs 20 MOA What Does it All Mean?!?!

Hi, Jason McHann here with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. I thought I’d take a moment and address the most common question we receive. That is, do I get a Zero MOA optic mount or a 20 MOA optic mount? In order to explain why we make the suggestions that we make, I thought I’d take a minute […]

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September 15, 2020

24 Inch CTR Introduction – Shot Show 2017

Hi, Jason McHann here from MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. I’m here with Mikka from Tikka. He’s the product manager for rifles there. We’re going over what I think is the biggest sleeper at the Beretta Booth. Everybody’s focused on the TAC 21 right now, and I’m more interested in this. So, Mikka, what do we have here? […]

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September 6, 2020

You Can’t Buy Accuracy… Sometimes the Trigger Nut is Loose… Stolen Valor…

Jason McCann here with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. Hey, I want to talk to you today about accuracy, specifically about accuracy of rifles that we’ve built. And it’s a little controversial, but I don’t guarantee the accuracy of any rifle I build. I will guarantee the machining all day long. But I will not guarantee the accuracy […]

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September 5, 2020

Tikka T3/T3x Gen2 Bottom Metal

Hey, Jason McCann, MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®, excited to introduce our Gen2 Bottom Metal. We made some subtle changes based on customer feedback. Thank you for all those who give us feedback on our products so we can make them better. And so let’s dive into what we changed.  All right. So as with most products that […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka Rifle Accessories – T3 Bolt Handle Replacement It’s Jason McCann with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. Today, we’re going to be looking at the tactical oversized bolt handle by Hinterland Shooting Supply. This goes, will fit on the Tikka T3 rifles. It’s actually a very easy slip-on piece of equipment. And so, you can see here, very […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka Rifle Accessories – T3 Single Shot Loading Device It’s Jason McCann with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®, here to look at an excellent new product called the Bobsled. It solves one of the major problems that us Tikka shooters have with the T3 as far as limited space in loading high-performance ammunition. As you Tikka shooters know, […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Bolt Shroud Replacement Hi, this is Jason McCann from MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. Today, we have the Hinterland Shooting Supply replacement bolts shroud for the Tikka T3 595 and 695, it works on all three guns. This is a very good looking piece of equipment here, a piece of machining, [inaudible 00:00:30] excellent machine work […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Bolt Stop Modification One question we get quite often on our forum is since the Tikka has every action is a long action on the T3, why can’t people take a long action magazine to load their 308 and load them out, put some VLD bullets and have plenty of mag space. The […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Muzzle Brake Review Hi, this is Jason McCann with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. We’re going to be reviewing the Hinterland Shooting Supplies’ bolt-on muzzle brake for the Tikka T3 Varmint and Tikka T3 Tactical. This is a product that actually I’m a little hesitant, you know, a bolt-on muzzle brake – muzzle brakes in general […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Bolt Handle and Bolt Shroud Swap All right, one of our most popular products is the Hinterland Shooting Supplies’ bolt shroud and Tactical Handle. And so you can see here I put the Sako piece of plastic knob on the end of my handle, that’s great, it adds a lot of tactile feel, […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Thumbhole Tactical Stock Review This is Jason McCann with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. Today, we’re going to be looking at Thumbhole Tactical Stock. This is an incredibly well-made stock, especially for a laminate, completely changed my perception of laminate stocks. Most of the ones I’ve seen are rather crummy, they seem cheap, they seem just […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Stock Swap Alright, so we have everything set up to do our stock switch. Let’s see what we have here. So this is my tried and true, it’s actually the first Tikka I purchased, it’s my T3, has 270 short mags. This gun has been all over the mountains, it’s been everywhere, just […]

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September 2, 2020


Tikka T3 Trigger Adjustment So you’ll find quite a few questions about how to adjust the factory trigger, it’s incredibly simple. When you take your stock off, this is what you see. So you have your, actually, this screw right here holds the trigger onto the action. And this black one here, and as you […]

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September 2, 2020


MOUNTAIN TACTICAL® .223 Tikka T3 Project Rifle Hi. It’s Jason McCann from MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. We’re going to show you how easy it is to take your standard Tikka T3 and turn it into a tactical tack driver. So we have here is my personal 223, it’s a one in eight twists. This thing, as is, […]

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September 2, 2020


The Best Tikka T3 Scope Mounts Available Jason McCann here from MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®, very excited to show you the newest thing to come out of our manufacturing division, MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®, a made right here in Montana innovation for the Tikka T3 system. We are keeping it local, keeping it here in the US, and we’ve […]

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September 2, 2020


Introducing the Newest Member of the Team Jason McCann with MOUNTAIN TACTICAL®. Just thought I’d introduce you to our new modern high-speed machining center. Most of you may not know but we take great pride in the products that we make, and there’s been a lot of products that Tikka shooters have wanted, they’ve been […]

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Customize your Tikka rifle to suit your purpose

Enhance your Tikka experience with our wide range of accessories, available in original Tikka accessory bags. Your Tikka rifle has been designed to be adaptable, so you can really make it yours.


By exchanging the pistol grip you can very easily change the looks and the features of your rifle. There are two different models of the pistol grip: Standard and Vertical. The shape of the standard pistol grip follows the ergonomics of a traditional hunting rifle as the vertical one is more upright and it has been designed thinking more about sport shooting.

Some of these pistol grips are available also with soft touch surface. The soft touch coating feels like rubber so it gives a very firm grip and is not slippery with gloves either.


Wider forend grip improves the features of the rifle when you are shooting from a bench, for example. As the pistol grips, the same colors of the forend grips are available with soft touch coating.


With larger bolt knob you get better grip of the bolt and it allows faster movement for reloading if you have big hands or if you are wearing gloves. Available in orange and black.


By adding spacers between the stock and the recoil pad you can adjust the length of pull to fit your rifle perfectly for you.


With a Tikka cleaning kit, you can take good care of your rifle anywhere.
With proper maintenance and cleaning you keep your rifle accurate and add more years to its life span.


Variety of muzzle brakes are available for different barrel contours and muzzle threads in stainless steel, black and cerakote color.


In a soft and protective Tikka gun bag you can carry your rifle safely anywhere you go.


With additional cheek piece you can adjust the stock to fit perfectly for your cheek.
Options are black and orange, fixed and adjustable – depending on your stock model.


Enhance your Tikka experience with colored magazines. With bright orange, red or blue you’ll never lose the magazine to the forest again.


The “Overberget” is assembled from two straps and connected with a buckle. This allows you to quickly tighten the sling against your body if you need to keep your hands free. The construction also forms a loop under the shoulder padding that provides a thumbhole where you can rest your hand while stalking in the woods.

With the “Light Harness” you can easily transform the sling into a harness that will distribute the weight of the gun across both shoulders and makes carrying the gun more balanced and comfortable.

Light Harness also allows muzzle down carrying and it always includes sling swivels.

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Established in 1893, the Tikkakoski factory in Finland started manufacturing gun parts as early as 1918. In 1981, Tikkakoski and SAKO worked together to create a prototype rifle series that combined both traditional gunsmith expertise with advanced technology. Growing in popularity, the Tikka rifle has stood the test of time and has become a leading tool for precision shooting within the industry.

The founders of KRG (Kinetic Research Group) were longtime fans of the Tikka T3 rifle but felt that the factory stock could use some adjusting to provide a more comfortable shooting experience. They developed three designs to replace the Tikka T3 Stock with a modular chassis system that provides a more personalized and ergonomic shooting experience.

A traditional stock replacement is more difficult than doing one with a chassis system. Normally, a stock is a single piece made out of wood, fiberglass, Kevlar, or carbon fiber that cannot be taken apart or adjusted very much to meet certain personalized requirements. A replacement stock generally needs to be properly bedded in order to achieve consistency. Although it is possible to do this yourself, it does require a bit of skill in order to get a stress-free installation that provides reliable results from shot to shot. Therefore, many shooters turn to a gunsmith for proper installation.

In contrast, a chassis is typically made of aluminum and doesn’t require bedding. By replacing a Tikka T3 stock with a chassis system, you get a design that is purpose-built to support the action without the need for bedding; simply screw it in place. In terms of customization, a chassis system generally allows for more adjustments and modularity than a traditional stock. KRG offers three options if you are looking for a Tikka chassis: Bravo, Whiskey-3, and X-Ray. Each is compatible with the Tikka T3, T3x, and T3x CTR in short action calibers and uses AICS pattern magazines. However, it is recommended that you use metal mags; polymer mags do not work with the Tikka because the feedlips are too wide to fit all the way into the receiver.

Bravo Chassis If you want something more affordable, out of the three options, the Bravo Chassis is the way to go. With a price range of $349 – $499, this chassis features a modular design with a precisely machined bedding area, making your barreled action installation a snap. Weighing in at just 2.9lbs it the lightest chassis in its price range. It is also one of the most comfortable chassis available and offers the ergonomic adjustments needed to fit each individual user. Get the correct length of pull with the user adjustable spacer stack system. Each Bravo chassis ships with three spacers giving you adjustments from roughly 12.8” to 14” straight from the box. It’s possible to go even longer with additional spacers, which are available in the accessory section of the website.

X-Ray Chassis The X-Ray Chassis is a step up from the Bravo. At a slightly higher cost of $549 – $614, the X-Ray gives you all the benefits of a chassis with a variety of mounting points for various accessories. It features an adjustable cheekpiece that can be quickly removed and reinstalled for cleaning the barrel or removing the bolt. This chassis is made from aluminum and reinforced polymer that offers a lightweight design and virtually eliminates heat transfer. It tips the scales at just 3.1lbs making it another incredibly lightweight option for the discerning shooter. The X-Ray uses the same adjustable length of pull spacer system as the Bravo, but has the added benefit of built in butt pad height adjustment. Another great feature is you will have the choice of two different sizes of interchangeable grip panels. If you’re not sure which is right for you, KRG recommends the large panels for generally work well for people who wear large to extra large gloves and the small panels for people that wear medium and under.

Whiskey-3 Chassis The third and most high-end chassis available that’s compatible with the Tikka T3 is the Whiskey-3 Chassis. With a price point of $899 – $1,299, this option is more expensive than the Bravo and X-Ray but is one the premier chassis available for precision shooting. It offers an ergonomic design that provides the user with tool-less adjustments and plenty of attachment points for various accessories. It ships with both large and small grip panels, which are the same type used on the X-Ray chassis. The Whiskey-3 weighs 3.8lbs for the fixed version and 4.1lbs for the folder.

KRG is committed to developing top tier products for precision rifle shooters to enjoy. If you’re looking to replace your Tikka T3 stock with a high-quality chassis system, head on over to the website or contact them today and let them help give you the best shooting experience possible.

Sours: https://kineticresearchgroup.com/replacing-tikka-t3-stock-chassis/
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