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Old 03-28-2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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I have a Browning Stainless 'Stalker' .270 A-Bolt w/a composite stock. I've had a couple surgeries on my right wrist, which makes it hard to shoot. I w/like to find/get a composite 'thumb hole' stock to replace the original stock I have.

Browning in MO. has a 'laminate' one for $425, not exactly what I want.

I've also checked Brownell's, MidwayUSA, Boyd's, Rifle-Stocks, Rifle-Accuracy & Gander Mountain.

Any suggestions??

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Check w/ Richards Micro fit. Richards Microfit Gunstocks

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Not many aftermarket stocks are made for the browning A-bolt. Your best bet is going to be a Richards Microfit. They do require a lot of finish work though.

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Not many aftermarket stocks are made for the browning A-bolt. Your best bet is going to be a Richards Microfit. They do require a lot of finish work though.

Yes they do, but you get a great feeling from having finished it yourself. Even their finishing kit at $15.00 is a good deal if you don't have the supplies already.
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Good choice with that browning. I own 5 Browning a-bolts and they are unbelieveably accurate. My .222 at 150 yards will putt 5 rounds in one hole. Ive done nothing to it but reloads.

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