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Stock in-letting for DBM bottom metal

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by WyoShooter308, Nov 1, 2012.

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  1. WyoShooter308

    WyoShooter308 Member

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    Just purchased new bottom metal from PTG and need to in-let my B&C tactical stock. Unfortunately I don't have the equipment for in-letting and wondering if anybody has any suggestions for gunsmiths who are doing this work that I can send my stock and bottom metal to. There is too much material that needs to removed so doing it with a hand dremel and keeping the lines straight will not work for me. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. MtnCreek

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    What brand rifle and what location?
     
  3. WyoShooter308

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    The rifle is a Remington 700 SPS Tactical .308 with 20" barrel. The stock is a aftermarket Bell & Carlson Light Tactical style 3. Right now the stock is inletted for factory Remington BDL style drop floor plate. The new bottom metal I have is PTG and is a little wider and deeper so it will need to be cut to fit the new bottom metal for a detachable box magazine.
    My location is in Wyoming.
     
  4. MtnCreek

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    Call Kevin Rayhill (next door in NE). He's a Savage guy, but also does Rem work. Great guy with a great attitude. He's one of those folks that wants to find a solution, not dwell on the problems.

    Kevin Rayhill
    Stockade Gun Stocks
    61 Stockade Road
    Chadron, NE 69337
    (308) 432-5114
     
  5. WyoShooter308

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    I greatly appreciate the info MtnCreek. I will give him a call.
     
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