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Savage 10/12 question

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Frightener 88, Aug 12, 2007.

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  1. Frightener 88

    Frightener 88 Member

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    Would you be able to drop a Savage 12 into a Savage 10 stock?
     
  2. Detritus

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    Yes,

    as long as you stay with the appropriate action length (2-digit model= short, 3-digit model = long) the stocks are interchangable.

    the savage centerfire actions that do not easily switch stocks are,

    the "J-series" which was a weird short lived "mid-length" action. and isn't common enough to really worry about.

    Any model that uses a third bedding screw, such as the Muzzleloaders, and F-class single shots (12 F-class, and 12 F/TR)
     
  3. Texas Gunman

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    +1 what he replied, Im currently using a Choate ultimate varmint stock on my Savage 10FP, it is a solid stock with features.

    But, considering going with a different stock design for my FP10.

    TG
     
  4. CajunTim

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    It depends if they are both the same feed, Centered or Staggered their screws are about .25 inch different. From what I understand you might not necessarily be able to switch a 12 from last year with a 12 from this year even though they are both accutrigger. Just a new change they made.
     
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