Discussion in 'Reloading Forum (All Calibers)' started by doc gordon, Jun 17, 2013.
has anyone tried these ?
I have used many of them. The best rifles I have, are built with them.
I use Brownell's "Steel Bed" to set the action into the aluminum block.
I have one that came with a used Remington 700 Varmint that I had picked up. No doubt the guy unloaded it because it shot like crap. Skim bedded it as Catshooter suggested and, factory barrel and all, will now shoot minute of squirrel eye. Seems to be a pretty good stock.
They are great if you cant afford the expensive stuff thats overpriced.
I have two, both housing Rem 700 varmint rifles. I especially like the slimmer design of these over the B&C Metalist varmint stocks. However both the HS and B&C perform equally well for me.
Maybe this is the thread to ask this question. I bought a composite stock from Cabelas about 10-12 years ago for my 96 Swede 6.5x55. I paid around $500.00 for it and it has an aluminum frame in it. Anyone know who may have built it? I don't really like it, it's too bulky. I thought about trimming it down, but I'm not to handy at that stuff. I thought about selling it and putting a Boyd's laminate on it. Any suggestions appreciated. Barlow
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