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Old 09-27-2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default What stock is this..?

My next project is a Remington 700.
I think this is the sexiest stock I've seen and I was wondering if anyone knows the name of it or who makes it...?
I don't have any info, just found this picture a while back..

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Old 09-27-2013, 09:23 PM   #2
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Looks nice

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Barrett Firearms. They probably don't make the stock but thats the picture. Not sure if them sell the stocks seperate.

www.barrett.net/firearms

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Barrett Firearms. They probably don't make the stock but thats the picture. Not sure if them sell the stocks seperate.

www.barrett.net/firearms
That's not quite the picture and te stock is a little bit different.
The picture I posted should e a stock for a Remington 700
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My next project is a Remington 700.
I think this is the sexiest stock I've seen and I was wondering if anyone knows the name of it or who makes it...?
I don't have any info, just found this picture a while back..

I don't know which brand it is,but it's just a chassis stock. There are several makers of the chassis style stocks,and all are very expensive.
The lower priced units start around $750,and go up fast depending on the exact extra's you want.

Google rifle chassis stocks,and you'll find all you want.
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Its not that one but these guys make a nice modular chassis, and the price is fairly good as well:
http://mdttac.com/

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http://www.accuracyinternational.com/axaics.php you're welcome. Good news! It's only $1,400!!
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http://www.accuracyinternational.com/axaics.php you're welcome. Good news! It's only $1,400!!
That's what tax returns are for!
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That's what tax returns are for!
You either overpay a hell of a lot or make a lot more than i do lol
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Reminds me of two-dollar "tactical tape" that cost $12.00 a roll.

In this case, with a "tactical chassis stock" you get three dollars worth of plastic and fifteen dollars worth of aluminum for $300-1500 dollars.

The markup on "tactical" stuff is astronomical because most of it is bought with taxpayer money by police departments trying to militarize themselves.

Dallas Texas just bought an armored Hum-Vee that is set up to survive roadside bombs. - It's hard to imagine how they have gotten by without one of those, up to now.

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