0$0.00

No products in the cart.

Sale!

Kelbly Nanook

$1,319.99$1,549.99

Kelbly Nanook

Description

The Kelbly Nanook was designed to be the best hunting application action for a Remington 700 footprint stock. All integral features including a skeletonized MIL-SPEC Picatinny rail, full skeletonizing of the body to reduce weight by 7 ounces, a .250” recoil lug, our all-new anti-shear bolt stop design, and the ability for any existing Atlas barrel to directly fit the tenon. Finished in Black Nitride for increased slickness and corrosion resistance in extreme environments. Only available with an ADL/BDL extended magazine cutout (Wyatt’s MBE-4 on short actions, Wyatt’s MBE-3 on long actions).

Comes standard with:

Aluminum Bolt Shroud  Trigger Bracket and Screws  Rear Allen Head Guard Screw  Spiral Fluted Bolt  Grease


Specifications


  • Weight- 24 ozs (Short Action)
  • Weight- 26 ozs (Long Action)
  • Weight- TBA (Long Action .338)
  • Length- 8.1” (Short Action)
  • Length- 8.95” (Long Action) and (Long Action .338)
  • Width- 1.35” (Same for all models)
  • Height- 1.916” (Same for all models)
  • Bolt Faces- Short Action- .223, PPC/ARC, .308, .532, Long Action- .308, .532, .338LM
  • Bolt Head- Flat
  • Right Bolt – Right Port or Left Bolt – Left Port Only
    ADL/BDL Repeater
  • Headspace- .942”
  • Rail- 0° 20’ Picatinny MIL SPEC

 

 

Nanook Action – Kelbly Rifles

Hawkins Precision – rings – mounts – bottom metals (jaoutdoors.com)

 

Kelbly’s History

In 1969, Ralph Stolle, an active benchrest competitor, designed and built an unlimited steel action that he called the Stolle Grizzly. It was a round action, over 14 inches in length, 1.700″ in diameter, with a blued finish. He built somewhere between 25 and 30 of them, mostly for unlimited bag guns. In 1970-71, Stolle manufactured the first aluminum Panda action, which was 11.5″ inches in length with a long barrel thread area. Stolle suffered a heart attack in 1979, and moved to North Lawrence a year later. In 1981 he produced his first actions at Kelbly’s facility with George E. Kelbly Sr. Ralph Stolle passed away in September 1982. In November 1982 Jim Kelbly was hired in with George E. Kelbly Jr. coming aboard in 1986 and Mike Kelbly in 1991. In 2012 George Sr. retired and sold company to his three sons and Kelbly’s Inc. now has 13 employees including Ian and Ryan Kelbly, both Jim’s sons.

Production has come along way since. Today, Kelbly’s is averaging over 1200 actions yearly with 30% sold to overseas customers. And complete rifles are now over 200 a year. Kelbly’s Inc. is always updating and advancing our product line with new rifle actions and rifles.

Configuration

338 lapua, Long Action Magnum, Short Action 308, Short Action Magnum

SKU: N/A Category: