The Tactical line of actions are designed for tactical types of use. They can also be used for long range hunting. They are a stainless steel drop in replacement for the Remington 700 series actions that has a black oxide coating. The TAC 30 will fit any stock for a short action, the TAC 300 for a long. TAC 30 actions have 223 and 308 and magnum boltfaces, TAC 300 actions have 308 or magnum boltfaces. The TAC 338 is specifically designed for the 338 Lapua Magnum or 378 Weatherby based cartridges. The TAC 338 is a also a little larger than the standard long Remington. It is 0.050 larger in diameter and 0.465 longer. That is needed to accommodate the 0.750 diameter bolt that we feel is necessary for this cartridge. The TAC 408 is available in both 1.45 and 1.60 diameters. Both the TAC 338 and TAC 408 have no feed lips and use only center feed boxes. Bottom metal with magazines are available from many sources. The 223 boltface uses the Sako style extractor, while the others use a modified M16 type. The TAC 338 actions in the right picture are shown with the standard straight handle as is the TAC 408. All tactical actions feature a screw-on knob. One piece picatinney rails in standard and 20 moa offset are available. The bolt finish is black iron nitride QPQ.
We also have our TAC 30 A/W and Spectre short actions. They have a cutout for the magazine dedicated to use the outstanding Accuracy International double stack 'Arctic Warfare' magazines. We have detachable bottom metal for them that utilize this magazine. The short action does not have feedlips, so a DBM is required. Go to the accessories page for more information on them. The same bottom metal works on our other actions or any Remington cutout with the centerfeed mags.
We make the Spectre in a long action version which has the same cutout as our TAC300 or Remington 700.
The TAC series has some upgrades versus the standard Remington 700. Click on the features button below for a listing of the features that make this action the must have for your next project. Why buy a Remington, spend hundreds of dollars blueprinting and still not get to the quality of this action for the same money.