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Remington 700 stock question

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by FEDLEO, Dec 31, 2009.

  1. FEDLEO

    FEDLEO I'm the rootenist tootenist shootenist

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    Manners Composite is a great place to start. Follow the link below. They have good prices too. Every stock that they make is great and IMO a better value than the McMillan or AICS.

    http://www.mannersstocks.com/Tactical.html
     

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    FEDLEO I'm the rootenist tootenist shootenist

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    That is what I was looking for thanks
     
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    Those Manners stocks look great. Do you have plans for the HSP PSS stock? :whistling:
     
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    FEDLEO I'm the rootenist tootenist shootenist

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    Buddy of mine wants it
     
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    those manner stocks certainly arent cheap ..

    you can get a mcmillan or other for those prices
     
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    The GAT which is what he is wanting is $455. The T1 and T4 are comparable to the McMillan A3 and A4 stocks at half the price. The McMillan is $955. McMillan also has a 6-8 month lead time on the stock. The AICS, Accuracy International Chassis System, costs around $850 through one dealer, TacPro Shooting Center in Mingus. They occasionally have issues getting the stocks imported into the US due to supply problems. Manners Composite is really a great alternative when you factor cost, and availability. Again IMO.
     
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    oh okay ..

    guess i was looking at the "lower" end stocks they had,

    if the features are comparable to the better ones,

    thats a good thing ..

    are there any other stock makers out there with similar products but less money ?
     
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    The only other options that I am aware of are the HS Precision stock which comes on the 700 PSS, or the Choate Ultimate Sniper stock.

    The difference being that the HS Precision uses it's own bottom metal and DBM(detachable box magazine). The Manners you order pre-cut for a Badger Ordnance bottom metal. It will then take the AICS magazines. By far the best of the magazines.

    HS Precision is decent stuff but is not as good or as robust as the AICS, McMillan, or the Manners.