Tactical Operations - Bravo 51
Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win.)
Action: Remington M700, Accurized and blue-printed
Weight: ~11 lbs (5 kg)
Length: 44.3" (112.5cm) (depending upon barrel length)
Barrel: Tac-Ops Match Grade, 18"-24" (457 - 609mm)
Threading for suppressor optional.
Chamber: Match spec with .001 head space.
Stock: McMillan Fiberglass (McHale), Aluminum pillar bedded.
Trigger Pull: 2.5 lb or to Spec.
Metal Finish: Bridsong Green-T® and Black-T®
Cost: $3650 USD
Accuracy: .25 MOA
My bravo-51 (with the given name 'KATE II') finally arrived from tactical operations, but let me tell you, the wait was worth it. This will not be a normal rifle review, as the Bravo has become my primary duty rifle, so it'll be an ongoing long term review, and will be updated as significant events happen. So lets get started!
The rifle was ordered as a package and included the following, all purchased from tactical operations:
# Bravo-51 22" Heavy Tac-Ops barrel, threaded
# Leupold Mk4 rings and bases Green-T® to match rifle
# Leupold Mk4 M3 10X
# Eagle Cheek Piece
# Pelican Case