I am looking for a stock for my rifle. It's a Remington 700 VTR in .308 topped with a Leupold Mark 4 6.5-20x50 LR/T M1 with the TMR. What are your experiences with stocks for the 700? Looking for around $500 or so.
Looking for more of the "tacticool" look. Vertical grip and squared butt. Im left handed but shoot right hand bolts, so thumb holes are no go unless they're essentially a full stock pistol grip like say a Choate ultimate sniper. Not a fan of laminate really. Looking fiber glass or poly. Heard people have problems with fiber glass chipping? I'm going to be hunting with this rifle but I want it to last a while.
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Anybody have any experience with a Promag stock? I saw an ad for it and it looked interesting: Polymer with carbine fiber, impervious to solvent and oil, freefloated of course, Integral bipod with one handed deployment. It looked like it was adjustable for cheek fit, maybe butt too.