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Remington 700 Aftermarket Stock OPTIONS CHOICES

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:13 pm
I took a few pics of some of my McMillan sporters. L-R Classic, Mountain Rifle, KS, and Sporter:

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:27 am
Those are some great looking stocks! Thanks for sharing.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2012 8:36 am
Which one is you favorite?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2012 10:31 am
DHonovich wrote:Which one is you favorite?


I doubt you are asking me but what the heck. Of the 4 posted above I really like the OD green one, but if I had to pick out one from this whole topic it would be the J. Allen one(not that I could ever afford a $600 stock but wouldn't mind having it at all.

Which one do y'all like?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 07, 2012 5:12 pm
I have only tried a few out so far on my remington 700 aac-sd but so far I really like the new CHOATE tactical stock. For the price I don't think you can find a more solid stock (although it is heavy).
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:25 pm
The new AICS AX Chassis from Accuracy International...

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* Also comes in all Black or Flat Dark Earth

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Users of Remington 700 and rifles will now benefit from the advanced design of the Accuracy International AX rifle stock. Offered as a replacement rifle stock for these models and nearly identical in manufacture to the actual Accuracy AX stock, shooters will enhance their performance and enjoy the same fit, feel, and function of an Accuracy International AX rifle.

• Designed for Remington M700 Short Action (long action models also available)
• .308 Winchester mag standard
• Black Pistol Grip Folding Stock with Flush Cups
• 13" forend tube and rails
• Drop in with no modification
• Dimensions:39.5"
• LOP 13 5/8"
• Weight:5.6 pounds

MSRP: $1,429.99
16.5" 597 AAC-SD .22lr
20" AICS 700 SPS Tactical .223
20" AICS 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD .308

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 3:45 pm
I want!
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:58 pm
My thoughts EXACTLY!!!
16.5" 597 AAC-SD .22lr
20" AICS 700 SPS Tactical .223
20" AICS 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD .308

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:59 pm
That looks awesome!
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:44 pm
DHonovich wrote:Which one is you favorite?


Probably the Classic, but I like them all. I've not installed the KS on anything yet.
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McMillan A3

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I got the chance to see the new Accuracy International Chassis System called AX at the Shot Show today. The first thing that I noticed about the stock was how light it was, it seems to be much lighter then their previous stock. However the one thing that I have a problem with is the trigger guard. It seems that the mold leaves a ridge where the two halves meet. This ridge makes it uncomfortable to use without the use of any sort of glove on. I'm sure you could just take file and smooth it out but for the ~$1,500 price tag I would expect to be a bit more flawless.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:08 pm
WOW, that looks amazing!

I hear you on the finishing though. For the price, you'd think it would be perfect out of the box...
16.5" 597 AAC-SD .22lr
20" AICS 700 SPS Tactical .223
20" AICS 700 SPS Tactical AAC-SD .308

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 9:19 pm
It looked awesome and felt much lighter but the rough finish really put me off from wanting one. If you wear gloves it wouldn't be a problem but I rarely do.

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Hey everybody. Really nice setups on here and just getting into the R700...I know many of you have learned from mistakes as you went along and I know ive read so much on the different models that i am now overloaded.
End result I want a 300 win mag platform on an AICS chassis with a 26 inch heavy barrel...

My path to it is where i have a question and want advice. Since the chassis are sooo expensive I was thinking about buying a setup that is scalable when im ready to drop it into a chassis. Or just biting the bullet and piecing it together... Here is the thing. I like the original look of the 700p type setup. I dont mind that look if I choose to upgrade the stock later on down the line. So here are my questions.

Would it be better to get a rifled action with heavy barrel then buy the AICS stock to drop it in? To prevent buying a crappy stock i dont need?

I also understand that you must upgrade the DM magazine when upgrading to the AICS or equivilant chassis....

I also see that there are the 700 SPS DM model I think where the Droppable magazine is already included in the platform. Would this be a good choice for when i get the AICS I wont have to spend $300 on a magazine setup? Also for the path of where I want it in the end If I get a 700p I hear that it is the same action and barrell as the 700 sps varmint rifle just the stock is crappier. Is this true? What is different with the 700p and the 700 sps varmint?

Sorry if all the info is overload but these are all my thoughts. Should I just get the cheaper 700 SPS DM and then build it up to the AICS chassis or should I piece the rifle together with heavier barrel and the barrelled action if that even comes with a DM or droppable magazine and not have to waste a stock i wont use? Anyway im sure there are many ways to do this its just the cost and way you want customize items incorporated into my rifle.

Lol i swear the more i read the more confused I get im sure most have been there. PLease let me know your thoughts

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Choate Tactical - with 700 SPS .308
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700 x 2 - .308 and .223 - original Nylon 66, and a 597

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H&S Precision PST026
https://www.hsprecision.com/shop2/stock ... st026.html
this is by far my favorite stock, both for work and fun.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:58 pm
Haven't seen anything on McCree. Much better value I think, and just as kewl

http://shop.mcreesprecision.net/McRees- ... AR-FIX.htm

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These are $400-$600 for basic. Of course, there re the add one, lol


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:15 pm
I had not see the McCree option yet but that does look great.
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BadKarma wrote:I took a few pics of some of my McMillan sporters. L-R Classic, Mountain Rifle, KS, and Sporter:

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These look like they're from the Pimp my Sniper show, lol


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:37 pm
I've been looking at these. I like the look better than synthetic factory, and very well priced. These laminates are known to hold up pretty well in extremes.

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/subgrouping.htm?cat=1221
http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/subgrouping.htm?cat=1212

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They seem like great improvements over factory and at a reasonable price. Thanks for the info

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My father in law picked up a left handed Boyd's thumbhole and loves it. Much more comfortable to shoot and a small increase in accuracy.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:29 am
I bought the Bobby Hart stock from Stocky Stocks. It was the thumbhole model with the v-block. It is a great stock. I only had to make a minor inlet correction so the bottom metal would fit in the stock. Only took 1 minute to Dremel away enough material to slip in.

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As you can see I love Boyds stocks, they really dress up my adls.
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