I have a Savage 110 in .30-06 with Accutrigger, that I bought brand new last year. It has the black synthetic stock, and I think its just too bland looking. Is replacing a stock on this gun easy? If possible, I'd like to tackle this myself.
I have above average mechanical ability when it comes to working on my truck, but have no experience with modifying firearms... Would I be better off having a gunsmith do it?
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November 4, 2006, 05:13 PM
Gunsmith? Pfffft. You can do it yourself easily. The stock is held on by 3 screws. Just unscrew those, and the action will lift right out. :)
November 4, 2006, 05:23 PM
Sweet. I didnt realize its that easy.
I'm away from home for the weekend, so I didnt have my Savage in front of me to look at. If I had, I guess I wouldnt have needed to ask. :D
November 4, 2006, 05:59 PM
I put a Ramline on my 110 Savage. It has a rather plain hardwood stock it came with. The Ramline was already free floated and it improved accuracy a little. I don't like the way it rings when you thump it on something, about the only thing bad I can say about it, but it was pretty cheap.
November 4, 2006, 08:51 PM
Just be aware that an older production stock may not be relieved for the Accutrigger if it's been sitting in inventory for a while. Easy to fix with a dremel, but if the trigger locks up after you drop it in that's probably why. I say this because I recently got one from Cabelas and it was that way.
It is an easy DIY job either way.
November 4, 2006, 10:48 PM
I just ordered a Frontier Sportster for a Savage project I'm workin' on. Nice looking stocks, decent prices.
I have 2 of these stocks (Sporter and Coyote Stalker) and will be getting a third shortly. Go with the moneysaver version and do it yourself for a lot less. Here is one of the stocks that I finished myself.