Remington 300 win mag detachable mag and stock

Remington 300 win mag detachable mag and stock

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    Remington 300 win mag detachable mag and stock

    Just looking to do some work on my Remington 700 long range 300 win mag model really looking for a stock that comes with bottom metal and detachable magazine set together any ideas or sites can share? Thanks

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    Have you looked into a chassis system?

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    Yeah i've checked into them I was looking for more something the look of a McMillan or hs precision stock and didn't want to spend over 500 but if it's just under 600 that'd be fine

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    Bell and Carlson, greyboe, or h&s just some off the top of my head, then do a drop In dm bottom metal PTG comes to mind (usually still require some inletting).
    The one big thing for me is make sure the dm uses a standard mag, aics have become standard but a lot of systems have proprietary mags so there is only one source I don't like that.

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    If you are looking to spend $500-600 then I would bump your budget a bit and get a fully adjustable stock. The adjustments are more vital to shooting than the dbm is. I like manners stocks...but mcmillian are good too.

    If you go the budget route...then cdi precision has dbm's and inletting for your rifle is included.
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    All I'm really looking at is a stock with a vertical pistol grip and a littler larger cheek well Like something similar to the McMillan A series and looked into getting a DBM kit with it but that would be closer to $700 I know bell and Carlson makes an M40 style stock with the vertical pistol grip in the 300$ range has anyone had experience with those And could speak on their performance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddd oo7 View Post
    If you are looking to spend $500-600 then I would bump your budget a bit and get a fully adjustable stock. The adjustments are more vital to shooting than the dbm is.
    Yes I love my McMillan with adjustable riser and butt pad, it's not exactly tacticool but its nice to be able to drop the cheek riser down and pull the bolt.

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    My next nice conventional stock will be a folder mostly for cleaning purposes. I get tired of pulling the cheek rest to clean the rifle.

    I saw Orkans folding stock the other day and it is so simple. Just fold it out of the way and clean.
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    I'm thinking mcmillian A3 sporter bell and Carlson m40 stock or grayboe renegade and waiting on the bottom metal/ DBM for a little

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    I have a Bell and Carlson that I got from Ryhno on here. Its a decent stock for the money. At this point it crentanily isn't hurting my shooting, but its not making it tons easier either. Thats where a fully adjustable stock (and folding just for cleaning like ddd said would be awesome) would be a big improvement. But yeah, you pay for that comfort and features.

    Now just to clarify, the Grayboe comes inletted from them for a M5 DBM. You can pick one of those up from Pacific Tool and Gauge for about $150. So your in right at $500. Also I believe that Stocky's Stock does inletting and can inlet a Bell and Carlson for you. SO no need to wait.
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