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Old 10-26-2014, 04:56 PM   #1
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So, every time I go look at Boyds site, the gun I'm interested in does not have a stock listed. Take the Savage 93 FV SR, for instance. The 93 is listed in their lineup, but they don't break it down into specific models from there. I was also just at Houge's site, about the same thing. Does anyone have a clue as to how to decipher all this? Thanks
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Old 10-26-2014, 05:32 PM   #2
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Savage MKII FV-SR not a model 93. Bottom of the page . 4 stocks listed .
Classic stock . What I used on my FV-SR.
http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/product.htm?pid=9751&cat=1216
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Whatever it is, it's not a MKII. It's a 22 Mag. I would quote the specific SKU, but Savage's site isn't working right now.
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Not to be a wiseass, but you could ask Boyd's. They are a member here.
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Whatever it is, it's not a MKII. It's a 22 Mag. I would quote the specific SKU, but Savage's site isn't working right now.
the Savage Mark II and the Model 93 use the same stocks. the difference is the magazine and the barrel channel.

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/product.htm?pid=9811&cat=1216
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I didn't know that. What is their username? I'll PM them.

Warlock, if that stock fits the gun in question, that's cool. I like it. And, it's got an impressive number of custom options. Though, I'd have to say that the Pepper one might look real nice. Probably way better than the crappy plastic Savage stock. Too bad you couldn't opt out of the factory one...
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Bad on me not realizing its a 22mag . Knowing that it is listed and I see warlock999 has it covered or one of 3 that's a click away.
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I didn't know that. What is their username? I'll PM them.

Warlock, if that stock fits the gun in question, that's cool. I like it. And, it's got an impressive number of custom options. Though, I'd have to say that the Pepper one might look real nice. Probably way better than the crappy plastic Savage stock. Too bad you couldn't opt out of the factory one...
it should, since i have my Model 93 mounted in one. but you need to also buy the Boyd's trigger guard and magazine plate as the Savage trigger guard won't work and the magazine plate would have to be modified.
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it should, since i have my Model 93 mounted in one. but you need to also buy the Boyd's trigger guard and magazine plate as the Savage trigger guard won't work and the magazine plate would have to be modified.
You can also get the parts from Savage. I complained about the plastic stock on my wife's FV having too much drop for a scope and the fact that it had no irons so they sent me the parts free.
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You can also get the parts from Savage. I complained about the plastic stock on my wife's FV having too much drop for a scope and the fact that it had no irons so they sent me the parts free.
the factory trigger guard won't work on the Boyd's stock. i ordered one from Savage when i ordered the Boyd's stock. (the triggerguard is molded into the stock on the Savage synthetic stocks, so a new one is needed.) it didn't work and i ended up having to order the one offered by Boyd's to make it work.
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