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Could someone recomend a stock?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Sniper4Life, Dec 5, 2006.

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  1. Sniper4Life

    Sniper4Life Member

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    I have a extremely accurate savage 12fv, but I hate the stock:fire: My scope is mounted high so there is basically no cheek weld at all. I would prefer a synthetic stock, I would prefer a "tactical" stock I dont care how much it weighs, or how ugly it is. Is there a stock out there that fits this description for under $200?

    Thanks in advance.;)
     
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  3. Plink

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    I'd check into Choate's "sniper" and varmint stocks. They're a little heavy, but the features they offer make it worth it. They're very stable, and adjustable as to fit. In my opinion, they're the only stock for a Savage. In fact I believe Savage is now offering some of their guns in the varmint stock from the factory. As much as I dislike "tacti-cool" stuff, I much prefer their sniper stock for it's versatility, especially if you shoot off a bag.
     
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    I didnt mean like "tacti-cool" I meant like a version of a mcmillian but cheaper
     
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    Check out the Bell and Carlson Medalist “varmint/target/tactical” style stock

    I like the looks, but haven't seen one in person yet.

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    More info here:

    Medalist for the Savage
     
  6. Plink

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    Hehe, sorry. I guess I just have a hard time getting past the look of the Choate stock. It's sure a stable and good fitting platform for an accurate rifle though. It only took shooting it for one session to sell me on it completely.
     
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    I can't tell if any of Boyds will fit.
     
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    If you go to the Savage area on Boyds, anything for the 10 series will fit, this indicates it is a short action, the 110 indicates long action, and will not fit your rifle.
     
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