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Left Hand Rifle Stocks for new Ruger Hawkeye

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by wolfe6, Apr 28, 2012.

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  1. wolfe6

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    Who makes a Left Hand Rifle stock for the newer Ruger Hawkeye's? I want to buy one for my new .243 in left hand but dont know what make to buy. I want the stock to float the barrel too. Any Help?
     
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    There are very few aftermarket options for any Ruger rifles. Right off I cannot think of any options in left hand other than factory. www.mcmfamily.com might work with you if you want synthetic.
     
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    wood or plastic?
     
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    Wood or Plastic, doesnt matter just want to keep original new and float barrel.
     
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    Both links that are posted are for left hand stocks with right hand actions. Im talking a true left handed action Haweye.
     
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    I find it hard to believe no one makes one, maybe I will have to call?
     
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    any of the custom stock makers should be able to help. ex: richards microfit, macon, mpi, gunstocks.com
     
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    The cheapset route is just to call Ruger and buy a 2nd factory stock. I ordered one from them a few years ago and was quoted $85 shipped for synthetic or $135 shipped for walnut. I know the price has gone up since then, but it will still be the cheapest route.
     
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