ClymR Rifle System

    • Cartridge
    • Action Model
    • Action Hand
    • Barrel Material
    • Barrel Length
    • Metal Finish
    • Muzzle Brake
    • Stock Material
    • Stock Paint Finish
    • Length of Pull
    • Magazine Inlet
    • Rifle Scope
    • Scope Rings
    • Scope Bases
    • Longrange Package
    • Elevation
    • Temperature
    • 2nd Data Package

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LIGHTWEIGHT LONG RANGE


Barrel Material: Carbon Wrap Barrel
Stock Material: Carbon Fiber Stock


ClymR

The ClymR was designed to be the ultimate mountain hunting rifle.  The design is perfected to balance lightweight and long-range shooting capability. The ClymR is the ideal choice when packability and performance are of utmost importance.


THE LONG RANGE RIFLE SYSTEM


THE CLYMR STOCK

MADE FOR THE MOUNTAINS

When it comes to rifles, light weight and long range capable usually don't belong in the same sentence. Traditional ultralight rifles have a lot going against them when it comes to features and capability to perform well in long range hunting applications. YET, the ClymR is exactly that.

The ClymR stock is the lightest in the Gunwerks lineup. Like an Italian sports car, it's light, fast and extremely capable thanks to several key features and advanced technology.


Negative Comb

Gunwerks' signature negative comb decreases felt recoil while allowing for higher recoil pad positioning.This positions the recoil pad more inline with the barrel, thus reducing muzzle rise. The result is improved shot to shot consistency, less punishment from recoil, spotting impacts, and quicker follow-up shots.


    FLAT TOE LINE

    The classic stock design creates a steeper toe line. Ours is designed to balance the functionality of bag manipulation and recoil tracking.  Before the shot its easy to adjust the buttstock height by moving the bag fore and aft.  After the shot, as the gun recoils and the toe line tracks along the bag, it won’t drop as much as traditional designs. This helps the shooter stay on target through the recoil impulse. .


    Optimized Forend

    The forend has a wide flat surface for tracking along a supported rest or pack. The bipod attachment hardware extends the surface forward to prevent any obstructions to the recoil impulse that could cause a point of impact shift. And we achieved this all with a compact, 1" shorter  forend that balances well with shorter 18-22" barrels.  

    Ergonomic Grip Design

    The ClymR grip is unlike anything the firearms industry has ever seen.  By studying the ergonomics of shooter interaction, and the rifle recoil impulse in super light rifles, we identified the grip as a key interface with major influence on long-range precision and accuracy. Our grip places the thumb and the palm in the most advantageous locations for control. An integrated thumb shelf encourages proper grip technique and reduces over-gripping and torquing of the rifle when firing.



    MUZZLE DEVICES

    Muzzle control is a big factor in proper follow through. It pays to stay on target after the shot, you can’t always count on your spotter to make a correct impact call, and if you can stay on target, you chance for follow up is much higher.  

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    THREADED MUZZLE

    All Gunwerks rifle systems come with threaded barrels (typically 5/8x24). This makes installation of a brake or suppressor as simple as possible. A thread cap can also be added where preferred. No special tools are needed. Hand tight usually does the trick!

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    DIRECTIONAL MUZZLE BRAKE

    The directional muzzle brake utilizes a unique recoil wedge to force the muzzle down and out during the shot, both reducing recoil and controlling muzzle jump. Brakes tame big magnums. The drawback...they're LOUD!


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    SUPPRESSORS

    The Gunwerks 6IX is an ideal fit for the ClymR. Suppressors dramatically reduce sound for the shooting and your quarry. They also reduce recoil. We use the term "gamechanger" sparingly, but it's appropriate here.