F.A.Q


Remington 700 and SAVAGE among some others are manufactured with a non integrated recoil lug.  When you purchase your rifle, the shots are pretty accurate up to 100 yards, or so, but let's say, you would like to have consistent shots beyond the short distances.  At this time you decided to add a new barrel, upon adding the new barrel, the first thing most gunsmiths suggest is blueprinting your action, as they blueprint your action they increase the size of your recoil lug to a 1/4"thick lug, Why?  Because the second they blueprint it, and add the heavier duty recoil lug your action becomes tighter in the composition of your stock, hence, already bringing you tighter more consistent shots. Since the  held dimensions on a remington action is the distance between the face of the action to the first scope base mounting hole.

The SARS system was created for use, first as replacing the recoil lug which has a very close tolerance tab machined on the top, adding to that a 1913 picatinny rail, which has a very close tolerance pocket which when mated together provide a more rigid action creating a more load bearing scope platform. This platform not only increases the endurance of your scope system, but also allows for everything to work together to give you a tighter more accurate shot placement.

The reason you invest in your rifle would be to shoot consistently tighter more accurate shots. The SARS system eliminates any hassles regarding your scope placement. Once you set your scope, whether you ride it on the 4-wheeler, carry your rifle around in the back of your vehicle, or bang it around climbing up a tree stand your scope will remain set providing consistent accuracy.

We manufacture the SARS system for any action that does not have an integrated lug, such as Remington 700's and All Savage Rifles. We also manufacture SARS for the Stiller's Actions. Stiller does have pin that inserts from the recoil lug to the action, easily removable, allowing you full access to the SARS System.

Other added benefits include; creating a switch barrel, as long as as the bolt face is compatible, you can change out barrels effortless. Also, you can easily access other MOA rails with the same recoil lug.



Yes, There is a $28.00 charge for 4140.  There is no additional charge for #8 Screws.  We ship our system with #8 Screws.
No, However, if it is a remington with a 3/16" recoil lug (Standard). The Barrel will need to be set back .062 (1 TURN).  This puts your barrel and letting in the same orientation.

If it is a Savage with a 1/4" recoil lug (Standard) then nothing has to be done.