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Pierce Engineering det. mag. bottom metal for Rem 700

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Katigroszek, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. Katigroszek

    Katigroszek New Member

    Sep 6, 2006
    Earth, Europe, Poland :-)

    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!
  2. MCMXI

    MCMXI Mentor

    Jul 1, 2008
    NW Montana
    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

    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.


    Pierce Engineering Ltd doesn't seem to have a functioning web site ... too bad!!

    Last edited: Jul 16, 2009

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