New kid on the precision rifle block Ashbury Precision Ordnance has just released its high-end long-range bolt gun in two new calibers.

The new Asymmetric Warrior-408 fires the powerful super magnum .408 round and the .375 CheyTac cartridge. The ASW-408 uses the latest innovation in the patented SABER-FORSST modular rifle chassis system, an interlocking action/chassis design precision machined from aerospace grade aluminum alloy that requires no bedding and very little maintenance.

“The ASW-408 is a rugged precision rifle platform designed to produce optimum accuracy with 395gr to 420gr projectiles and the ASW-375 with 325gr to 375gr projectiles,” the company says. “The .408CT uses a 1-in-13 inch twist 5R barrel and the .375CT uses a 1-in-10.5 inch twist bore providing exceptional bullet stability and accuracy.”

The basic ASW-408 rifle weighs in at 18 pounds with an overall length of 53 inches extended, and a compact folded length of 43 inches. The rifle is coated with a rugged ceramic Cerakote black finish and natural carbon fiber forend. Ashbury also offers special order colors of Olive Drab Green, Flat Dark Earth, Titanium Gray, Tungsten Gray, Sniper Gray and SOCOM Blue.

The ASW-408 carries an MSRP of $8,750.