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FNH USA Introduces Conversion Kit for SPR Rifle

September 12, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of FNH USA.
Photo courtesy of FNH USA.

FNH USA has introduced its Tactical Box Magazine (TBM) Conversion Kit for the FN SPR precision bolt-action rifle. This new kit allows SPR owners to install upgrades such as higher capacity magazines and an ambidextrous magazine release button with hand tools, according to the company.

The kit contains one magazine bottom metal, one 10-round magazine, one five-round magazine, new action screws and instructions for installation. A 5/32-inch hex bit and inch/pound torque wrench are required for installation but are not included in the kit.

As part of a grassroots campaign to spread the word about the kit’s launch, four top gunsmiths from around the U.S. specializing in custom long-range precision rifles were sent samples and asked to install and use the kit themselves:  American Precision Arms of Jefferson, GA, Crescent Customs of N. Kansas City, MO, Custom Blue, LLC of Newcomerstown, OH and Short Action Customs from Wellington, OH.

Kits are available now and are sold exclusively through the FNH USA E-Store, Brownells and Midway USA. The item number is 62655-01, and retail price is $449.

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