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Old 06-02-2013, 11:07 PM   #1
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I have a rem 700 ADL in .243, I've wanted to put an aftermarket stock on it. This will be a coyote and varmint gun when I'm finished, I have my choices narrowed to the ultra light axiom or the choate ultimate varmint. Any experience with these two stocks? Thanks

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Also one other thing, im leaning torwards the choate stock bc it is made for ADL's and the axiom is made for the BDL so i would have to buy the conversion kit for that stock to work.

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Chore makes great stocks I have one on my rem 700 308 and love it.

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I have the Choate Ultimate Varmint on my Remington M700 VTR in .308. Very solid stock and I love the feel of it. The pistol grip is a little bulky for most, but I really think it gives it a solid feel and a great anchor point. The adjustable L.O.P. and Comb height is awesome. The only one thing that I wish it didn't have would be the adjustable sling mount on the bottom of the front. It doesn't apparently cause a problem, but since the bipod doesn't sit on a solid whole forend, it just sits on the little slide piece. The whole aluminum one piece bedding block is great. Easy installation and perfect fit. Recommended. I also had the Axiom stock, and it's a pretty good stock, the forend is rather flimsy, and it is only aluminum pillars, not aluminum bedding. The recoil reduction is rather pointless on a .243, as it was un-noticable on my .308. Choate would be my choice over the Axiom every time.

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Thanks for the input, i am going to order the Ultimate varmint, one more question though, how much weight did it add to your rifle, thanks again.

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My gun had a plastic stock that was extremely light. The stock itself weighs about 4 pounds, so it added about 2 pounds or so to my already heavy rifle. You can add weight in either the but stock or the pistol grip if you would like.

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Got my choate ultimate varmint stock in the mail today. It feels great! got it put on and it is one solid stock. Feels absolutely great, i can see my self and this stock being together for many years to come. Thanks for your help ya'll

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Jeepboy, assuming that you have shot it since June, what are your thoughts on the new choate stock? I'm in the market for a new stock for my 7mm mag.

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Im actually thinking of getting that Ultimate Varmint for a .22-250. Have had the Ultimate Sniper on a .308 for several years and aint plannin on taking it off. Im interested in hearing his results with it.

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i've shot quite a bit since i have put this stock on, this gun has reduced the woodchuck population dramatically in my area. The stock is big, bulky, long, and heavy...but it is amazing, when you grab a hold of this gun you are locked into a shooting position. as stated above the pistol grip is a bit bulky but its comfortable, when you grab this gun and you are getting ready to shoot it is an extension of you! i highly recommend this stock for anyone who isnt going to hike 10 miles with the gun, its been on a few coyote treks and by the time i get to the stand it gets heavy, but once your there....there's nothing you cant touch. One thing though, weather you are going to shoot prone or sitting i highly recomend a bi pod on this stock, i carry two with me, a 9-13 for prone and a 12-25 for when im sitting, also with this stock it has the quick change bi pod adapter, so you can switch between bi pods on seconds.....Highly recommended!

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