Sin City Precision Stalker Gen II review
During the Sniper Company SHOT show shoot 2012 I was able to spend a little time with the Stalker Gen II rifle system. When it first made its way to the firing line I was instantly drawn toward it. It isn’t something I see often in field precision rifle matches. The rifle was short and compact not your usual long barreled precision rifle.I like the rifles ability to quickly adjust the ergonomics for the individual shooter without having to use tools. I was shown how the adjustments are made and you can quickly dial it in for a different shooter. If the shooter is comfortable behind the rifle he won’t fatigue as quickly and can maintain a higher level of focus for prolonged periods of time. I also think the ability to quickly change the ergonomics from one shooter to another is an asset for LEO departments and MIL units. Situations where you may not have one precision rifle for one shooter 100% of the time.The chassis also featured a free floated fore end that offers the ability to attach additional tools like IR illuminators, lights and thermal units. At the 12 O’clock position is a monolithic rail the runs the length of the fore stock and mates up to the action receiver. This provides an excellent rigid platform to attach your optics. In this case it was one of the new Leupold Tactical scope with a Horus reticle.