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is there any reason why i couldnt buy a laminated bdl stock for my m700 cdl???
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You can buy one from Remington, and there are several aftermarket laminated stocks available for the M700 as well.
 
Why do you want to do that?  The CDL stock is nice looking!
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http://www.accurateinnovations.com/actions_available.html
 
these look nice, and they are'nt as sensitive to weather as walnut


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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

http://www.accurateinnovations.com/actions_available.html
 
these look nice, and they are as sensitive to weather as walnut
 
Yes, I have one.  It's right now waiting on a Stiller Predator action for a little... cough, cough... under the spousal radar project I'm working on.
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Pyro, I see no reason to change stocks, I think the cdl stock is remingtons most attractive stock, though if you want to personalize the rifle with a new stock by all means do it.  I guess thats part of the fun of gun ownership, making it the way you want, be it triggers, stocks, scopes ect...
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

is there any reason why i couldnt buy a laminated bdl stock for my m700 cdl???
 
Nope
 


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Originally posted by lucytuma lucytuma wrote:

Pyro, I see no reason to change stocks, I think the cdl stock is remingtons most attractive stock, though if you want to personalize the rifle with a new stock by all means do it.  I guess thats part of the fun of gun ownership, making it the way you want, be it triggers, stocks, scopes ect...
not looking for a custom look, just thinking of weather and accuracy thats all
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I have a few.
They are more stable than walnut. They are also heavier than both walnut and synthetic. The bonding resin is very dense.
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pyro.................your eyes are getting too big for your head.  Your cdl stock is already AWSUM!
 
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Nice rifle, Roy!Thunbs%20Up  Is that the Custom Shop African Plains Rifle?
 
You have great taste in firearms, my friend!
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

Nice rifle, Roy!Thunbs%20Up  Is that the Custom Shop African Plains Rifle?
 
You have great taste in firearms, my friend!
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Good call, Ted.
That is a very nice Remy, indeed, Roy

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I did the same ...The laminated CDL SF stocks show up on ebay every now and then from Stocky's Gunstocks  . The Boone and Crocket style laminated stocks are great looking and stable in adverse weather.....Thunbs%20Up
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Thank you Ted and others, yes that is the Custom Shop APR in 300WM. It is a different stock than what they put on the standard rifles. When I ordered that rifle back in 95, I spec-ed a 40X barrel, trigger and a stainless action. That gun shoots  stupid small groups. Back when I got that gun, the Custom Shop's prices were very reasonable. Today, they are rather steep. Not exactly a lightweight, but, the way it shoots, I can overlook that aspect. BTW Ted, your taste isn't to shabby either, Cooper Man!!!!!!!!!
 
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Speaking of the Remington Custom Shop, they have now discontinued the KS Mountain Rifle. A bad thing IMO. My first one is over twenty years old and cost $750.
Like Roy says, the prices have gone up quite a bit.


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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Speaking of the Remington Custom Shop, they have now discontinued the KS Mountain Rifle. A bad thing IMO. My first one is over twenty years old and cost $750.
Like Roy says, the prices have gone up quite a bit.


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I hate hearing that, as I've always thought the KS Mountain Rifle was a slick gun!  I remember the pics of yours, Doug.  I seem to recall you had her nicely posed on top of your black bear rug.
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Originally posted by Roy Finn Roy Finn wrote:

BTW Ted, your taste isn't to shabby either, Cooper Man!!!!!!!!!
 
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I don't have one that matches up to your 57M Custom Classic though!
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They have a new lightweight rifle coming out someday called the 40X Ti Hunter. A titanium action, fluted bolt, 40X faceted barrel, machined aluminum floor plate, Bansner stock, 40X trigger, M-16 extractor and lighten bolt. I can only imagine the price.
 
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

is there any reason why i couldnt buy a laminated bdl stock for my m700 cdl???
 
 
None what so ever! Check this inventory, their prices are good and you could possibly get a 99% inletted. If you get one and have any problem please let me know. I've used them for yrs. and have yet to hear any complaint.      http://www.rifle-stocks.com/


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Richard's Precision Microfit stocks does great work.  I have only purchased their wooden stocks and finished and bedded the barreled action into them.  In fact that custom in my avatar came from them.  The laminate stocks look very nice, but I have never seen one in person.

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 As martin3175 said ... I 've seen some extremely low prices on them on ebay . Waiting for one to fit one of mine if I don't fool around and miss one .
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Dolphin,
thanks for the heads up on richards,  I'd like to get them to make a stock for my range queen but trying to get them on the phone is like calling a radio station, be the fifth caller after you hear......  I guess I'll keep tryin'.   LOL
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Originally posted by Steelbenz Steelbenz wrote:

Dolphin,
thanks for the heads up on richards,  I'd like to get them to make a stock for my range queen but trying to get them on the phone is like calling a radio station, be the fifth caller after you hear......  I guess I'll keep tryin'.   LOL
 
 
Laminated is mostly what I've got from them. These are the only two I have on hand and some of you have seen the muzzel loader. The BAR is my first order with them. I couldn't find anyone with a thumbhole for a BAR so I did some checking and ordered one for a 10-22 and cut it to fit my BAR. If I recall the M/L is a light walnut they ran for a short time and the BAR is a liminate camo. I hope you have no trouble getting thru, I never have and hate it when I give a referrel and it goes south.
 
 
 
 
Look forward to hearing what you do.
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I can say I've never seen a BAR like that, Sgt................................impressive!
Your taste in ML's is quite different from mine and also quite different from the average modern smoke pole shooters...............cool.
One of these days I'll post some pics. Much to the chagrin of some shooters, my sulfur burners will never see optics, as you will soon find out.
Sorry to deviate from the O.P.

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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

I can say I've never seen a BAR like that, Sgt................................impressive!
Your taste in ML's is quite different from mine and also quite different from the average modern smoke pole shooters...............cool.
One of these days I'll post some pics. Much to the chagrin of some shooters, my sulfur burners will never see optics, as you will soon find out.
Sorry to deviate from the O.P.

Doug

 
 
Yes sir, I have felt the air thicken more than once when carring that one thru a room of tradtionalist. It's just misunderstood. I am a devoted trophy hunter and give myself every advantage I possibly can. For the past 10+ yrs. I have let above average deer for this area walk away because they were equal to or less than what I have taken. But when that nocternal beast of dreams ever slips up I want no excuses. I am still an avid method hunter but my preferred method is the bow. BUT! as confident as I am with the bow I beleive I would pass on Mr. Dreams because recovery percentages are so fickle. When it comes to target, traditional M/L is something high on my fun list. I convert most of my serious hunt arms to thumbhole because the control advantage I gain is incredible. As you know there are trade offs in most any application and the one I usually get is added weight. Until I become too feeble to enjoy that trade off I have had some good times.
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