September 28, 2009

Tactical Rifle Maker UGSW Relocates to Montana

Mike Bush, president of Underground Skunkworks, LLC, said that his company has just re-located to Columbia Falls, Montana.

"Our web address and e-mail will remain the same," Bush said, "but I will be publishing a new phone number on the website soon."

Underground Skunkworks, LLC is a division of Black Bag, Inc. It manufacturers precision tactical bolt rifles and battle-ready versions of shotguns and M4 carbines.

Underground Skunkworks RECON 7.62


This is the latest Underground Skunkworks RECON 7.62. As configured, it weighs 16 lbs with day optics and loaded 5-round magazine or 18 lbs with night optics and loaded 5-round magazine. It measures 41.5” in length w/o suppressor or 49.5” with suppressor.

The company has also introduced the RECON 7.62 bolt rifle, a tactical rifle for Law Enforcement and Military. The basic package features are:

  • 20” Broughton Custom Contour Barrel, 1:10 twist
  • UGSW Tactical Action with 1 Piece Bolt and M16 Style Extractor
  • UGSW Oversized Bolt Knob
  • UGSW MilStd 1913 Picatinny Rail (20 MOA, 8-40 screws)
  • UGSW HD Precision Ground Recoil Lug (pinned to receiver)
  • UGSW Embedded Front Rail
  • Choice of Day Optics (will affect Package pricing)
  • Timney/UGSW Trigger (set at 3 lbs)
  • “Skunkspray” Finish
  • Devcon Titanium Bedding
  • Harris S-BRM Bipod with Pod Lock
  • Tactical Intervention Specialist Quick Cuff or Slip Cuff Sling

Packages start at $8700 for the UGSW Tactical Action and $8100 for a Remington Action. The base rifle w/o suppressor but including optics runs $6950 for the UGSW Tactical Action and $6350 for a Remington action.

The company's new address is 325 Patterson Ranch Lane, Columbia Falls, MT 59912, 928.830.7203, or email@undergroundsw.com.

Comments (10)

skunkworks web site don't work it is something else

Posted by: allbadbones | June 9, 2011 9:49 PM    Report this comment

skunkworks web site don't work it is something else

Posted by: allbadbones | May 22, 2011 12:50 PM    Report this comment

Jeff W, that wouldn't be unmanly. Heck, I was 8 years old before I figured out my name wasn't "Get Wood".

Posted by: Robert J | October 9, 2009 7:02 AM    Report this comment

I think they moved from Chino Valley, Arizona

Posted by: JWallace | October 3, 2009 8:51 PM    Report this comment

OK, but from where did they relocate? California? New York? Where?

Posted by: JAMES H | October 2, 2009 5:31 AM    Report this comment

What the heck good are the favorable gun laws when your hands are too frozen to pull the darn trigger? My wife wants to move there and I was wondering if it would be considered unmanly to have her fetch the firewood from the front porch? I liked the views and the full flavored Cowboy Coffee.

Posted by: JWallace | October 1, 2009 9:36 PM    Report this comment

"You girls obviously do not consider much beyond creature comfort."

Spoken like the rash youth that you are. When you're even close to being as old a I am, you will, by God's grace, be entitled to your creature comforts, and will gladly take what few you can get.

Gaviota

Posted by: Lee W | October 1, 2009 5:17 PM    Report this comment

You girls obviously do not consider much beyond creature comfort. Check the laws to find the most gun-friendly state and Montana is at the top of the list. Manufacturers think about such things.

Posted by: E Mont | October 1, 2009 12:15 PM    Report this comment

"Snow in June is just not acceptable."

Man, that is funny! I would add that, here in the Ozarks, we complain if there's any snow in March!

Gaviota

Posted by: Lee W | September 29, 2009 4:54 PM    Report this comment

Wow! Any further north and they'd be in Canada. Some of their profits will be spent on snow removal. I was near Livingston in June of this year and witnessed snow falling. Had to return to the rented cabin and fire-up the heater. Snow in June is just not acceptable.

Posted by: JWallace | September 28, 2009 7:54 PM    Report this comment

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