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Lightweight tactical remington 700 stocks

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Howitzer00, Jul 21, 2011.

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  1. Howitzer00

    Howitzer00 Member

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    Hello thanks for taking the time to look at my post

    Building a lightweight precision rifle with a 700 Remington action , looking for some one kind of stock /furniture similar to the Cheytac m200 setup or the m14 sage int EBR, nemsis 308 sorta setup, the point of it being a skeleton like stock.

    Thanks in advanced
     
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    Thats alot of views for no posts , I googled for at least an hour , please throw any ideas you have
     
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    What do you call lightweight? Most tactical stocks I've weighed or seen advertised run between 36-48 oz. at a minimum. If you want a true lightweight you could set it up in a hunting stock weighing between 16-28 oz. easily. I have my FN patrol rifle in one of the Bell & Carlson stocks made for the Winchester Extreme Weather rifle. It weighs 30 oz. and took 1.5 lbs off the overall weight of the rifle after removing the Hogue that came on it.

    I'm not sure I've seen any true lightweight "tactical" type stocks. Some advertise them as lightweight, but my scales say different. I'd start looking here www.mcmfamily.com
     
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    That is exactly what I'm looking for, any other suggestions would be appreciated.
     
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    I like that myself for a bolt action.
     
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