Pierce Engineering det. mag. bottom metal for Rem 700


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Katigroszek
July 12, 2009, 03:41 PM
Hallo!

I want to buy a good, reliable detachable magazine bottom metal for Remington model 700 and found a Pierce Eng. unit (for AICS mags, I think). The problem is I did not hear anything good or bad of it. I know Badger's is fine, and Surgeon makes a good one also, I heard HS Precision bottom metal is unreliable... But what about Pierce's? Any good? Anyone knows something about it? Any and all info welcome!

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July 16, 2009, 03:06 PM
I don't know anything about the Pierce detachable magazine kit, but I ordered CDI Precision's dm kit for a Remington 700 SA yesterday.

CDI Precision Gunworks (http://cdiprecisiongunworks.com/c1/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1)

There are a few features that I like about the CDI kit ...

1. It uses AI magazines and I have a bunch of those already.
2. It doesn't need/use spacers to position the bottom metal such that rounds will strip off the magazine reliably.
3. The bottom metal fits flush to the underside of the stock for a clean, factory look.
4. The magazine release lever doesn't extend below the AI 5-round magazine.

http://128.171.62.162/hawthorn-engineering/thr/magazine_upgrades/rem700_dm_cdi.jpg

Pierce Engineering Ltd (http://www.pierceengineeringltd.com) doesn't seem to have a functioning web site ... too bad!!

:)

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