At WOOX, we focus on making our products to the absolute highest standards. The modern outdoorsmandeserves not only beautiful style, but rugged performance as well. We invest significant time, energy, and resources in making sure that everything we make meets these requirements.
The combination of cutting-edge software, innovative machines, and decades of experience in manufacturing make WOOX products the absolute leader in terms of precision machining. All products are made using CNC machines, mechanical arms, and cutting-edge tools. Manual and automatic quality control systems are present along each production line to guarantee maximum precision and to ensure that products are up to our client’s standards.
WOOX partners with a global network of mechanical engineers, metallurgical experts, professional shooters, bushcraft instructors and outdoor professionals to carry out product testing. We spend hundreds of hours in the field with our pro staff and engineers to keep improving your gear.
Case study: 2019 Furiosa testing
The Furiosa chassis performance was tested by Kentucky-based Atlas Development Group. ADG is owned and operated by eight experienced industry professionals and a staff with over 200 years of combined experience in the industry.
Atlas Development Group performed a comparison evaluation between a new WOOX stock system and factory Remington model 700 BDL-Short Action (SA) stocks. Three Remington M700 BDL-SA rifles, two chambered in .300 WSM and one chambered in .308 Win., were provided with their factory production stocks for benchmarking. The rifles then got installed in three Furiosa stocks and were tested again. ADG then compared the results.
Considering these factors in conjunction, below are the three group averages of the stocks tested for accuracy
Before: Stock Remington Mod 700 .308 cal. 5-shot average @ 100 yds = .970" MOA
After: WOOX Furiosa Chassis installed on same Remington Mod 700 .308 cal. 15-shot average @ 100 yds = .357" MOA
As you can see, the Furiosa chassis results were a significant improvement over those using the OEM rifle stock.
"All attempts were made to mitigate variation by using the same equipment and shooter over the entire comparative accuracy test, however, factors such as changing weather conditions and shooter fatigue could have biased results to some degree"
ADG Report, Nov 2019.
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