Tikka T1X stock options

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  1. holstil

    holstil Silver $$ Contributor

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    Whats out there for the tikka t1x?
    I know some don't, but I like the hogue stocks. Wouldn't mind one of those. Maybe I can mod something?
     
  2. Macropod

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    Anything that fits a T3 should work. The T1X was designed that way.
     
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  3. holstil

    holstil Silver $$ Contributor

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    I thought I'd read that but wasn't sure. That's a start. Thanks for a heads up.
     
  4. Scooter700

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    You may have to open up the mag area on some stocks. I tried putting it into a wood T3 stock and it did not fit.
     
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  5. holstil

    holstil Silver $$ Contributor

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    Good info to know. Thanks!
     
  6. Twdmar

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    I put my t1 in my eliseo tubegun stuck. There is a slight difference in the action screw spacing. The action is not as tall either so there may be differences in ejection port and bolt travel.
     
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  7. gldprimr

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    I put one in a McMillan stock for a T3. I had to remove a little to have clearance for the bolt release. Other than that a drop in.
     
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  8. rolltide

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    There is a guy who shared pics of his in a Bravo Chassis with a modified bolt handle etc... in the Rimfire Tactical Facebook group.

    I'm seriously thinking about picking one up to do the same.

    Rimfire Tactical
     
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  10. BP1

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    Do they make a left handed t1x?
     
  11. 86alaskan

    86alaskan Silver $$ Contributor

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    I've run my T1x in a mcmillan, manners and GRS. they all fit ok, had to relieve a bit of the sides in the magwell area of the GRS. otherwise, it fits in basically everything cut for a Tikka T3 with FACTORY dbm. if it's a chassis or set up for AICS, you may have some issues.
     
  12. rinoray

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    Pic of my retirement gift; TX1 in KRG stock.
    No sanding or stock manipulation needed - drop it in and torque the action.
    9.4 lb as you see it with full 10 round mag.

    TX1 KRG 3 (2)s.jpg
     
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  13. Stepsjframe

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    I really like the look of solid wood and the profile. Was thinking of this stock and also the AtOne.
    Bought an AtOne 457 yesterday. Verdict still out. T1x will shoot circles around the AtOne 457 that I received so far. Was surprised there's no pillars in that 457 and it needs them.
    Bought it partially because it was ambidextrous and that works. Pro Varmint looks like it might be better for benched.
     
  14. Cutty

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    I used a b&c medalist. There was some sanding for the bolt release and there is a gap around the bottom metal. Overall this is now my favorite gun to shoot. 20190623_175954-2016x1512.jpg
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  15. missed

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    Not yet, supposed to be on the short list, was in the brochure from earlier this year. I want one in a 17 Lefty.


    The kids T1x is getting a Boyd's AT1 or a KRG bravo. Whichever one is lighter hopefully be ordering stuff in the next couple weeks.
     

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