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Remington 600 synthetic stock questions.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Charles S, May 9, 2006.

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  1. Charles S

    Charles S Member

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    I would like to replace the stock on my Remington 600 with a good light weight synthetic stock. I would like to keep the price of the stock under $200 and closer to $150 would truly be better. I would like the stock to weight about 24 oz.

    After research there does not appear to be much that fits my budget and my perceived needs. The only stocks I find that are available are the McMillan (cost too much), H&S Precession (it weighs too much), and Bell and Carlson (I am unsure about quality and the total weight).

    What suggestions do you have?

    What am I missing?

    Thanks for your help.

    Charles
     
  2. Charles S

    Charles S Member

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    BTT

    Just thought I would give this one bump and see if there were any other ideas out there.

    Thanks,

    Charles
     
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    Brown Presicion in Los Molinos Ca. has 'U-fit' stocks for about $250. They inventeted the modern fiberglass stock (with Lee Six). Chet Brown built me a 600 superlight in 1978 and one in Kevlar(4.75 pounds), both .308 in 1981.:)
     
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    Gordon,

    Thanks, that is what I was looking for.

    Charles
     
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