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Old 09-27-2013, 12:58 PM   #11
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I would watch ebay. You might luck up and find a original wood stock for a 110. You can always put another crappy plastic stock on the Savage.
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I would watch ebay. You might luck up and find a original wood stock for a 110. You can always put another crappy plastic stock on the Savage.
Do you have any experience with Houge stocks? I have a couple grips on revolvers and I like them enough to consider buying a full stock.
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I have a pre accu-trigger 110 in 7mm Rem. Mag and the thing is a tackdriver. I put a nice piece of glasss on it but still need to do something about the craptastic plastic stock it came with. Any ideas?
Mine is pre accu-trigger also. Uses an allen key for the bolt, not a screw driver.
The wood stock is not heavy at all.


Axxe, I've been loading 120..140gr sp's and Barnes 140 and 160gr. When Barnes changed the name of the XFB to TSX they discounted them on their site.
I have enough hunting bullets for the rest of my life. I like IMR4831, I also use it for 6.5x55.
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For a new wood stock:
http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/product.htm?pid=9422&cat=1223

Just found another box of ammo, 175gr w/ 2 missing. They were used to erradicate a couple black bear for a farmer years ago.
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Thx for the info,,,,I may be making a purchase. I have never been crazy about laminatated stocks but that one is sharp.
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I've purchased 2. The Small action Mauser took some fitting for my sons rifle, but the large ring Mauser was done in a few minutes. The Savage is completely finished. They do make them in Walnut also. What letter series is your Rifle?? Mine is an F.
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You need to take the old girl hunting! It was funny you must have been reading my mind. I as always am taking off for Texas the first week and a half of November for our annual hunt with the gang at the camp. I was cleaning some of my rifles just this past week and there almost standing and shouting out was my Remington CDL 7MM Rem Mag looking at me. Almost saying "Take Me! Take Me!. Last year I for the first time had made myself leave her in the safe since I had just made a great deal on a Howa 1500 270 Cal Rifle with Leupold Gold Ring 3X9 at the local Sheriff's auction. And knew if I took the Remington it would be hard for me not to use it. Since I have all the confidence in the world in her! But I wanted to see how the Howa 270 performed which it did fine. My shots were under 150 yards. But the 7 MM Rem. Mag is my favorite hunting rifle at least for Texas where as you know a 300 yard shot are likely. So take your old girl hunting!

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I've been doing the same with my rifles. Take the 6.5x55 or 9.3. We are talking years. But now that I have new brass to reload, once I shoot it, I'm stoked. I've been loading the same 10 cases for about 10 years. 2 or 3 at a time. Looking for the ammo was the 1st part after the 1st 1.25 box. Having 83 rounds of commercail is many years of hunting. I like the fact that you state 300 yards. 400 for me is really pushing the envelope with this rifle. 300 yards is doable off hand. 200 yards is a walk in the park. I also like the 2-10x38mm scope on her. Everything is in visible scope range. Never know when that 50 yard shot will present itself. She will be going out this year! Maybe one of our forum brothers in Tx will invite us down for a hunt!!
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I have a pre accu-trigger 110 in 7mm Rem. Mag and the thing is a tackdriver. I put a nice piece of glasss on it but still need to do something about the craptastic plastic stock it came with. Any ideas?
here ya go! a Boyd's laminate! these are nice stocks. i have bought two of them so far, and am very pleased with them.

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/product.htm?pid=9421&cat=1223

http://www.boydsgunstocks.com/product.htm?pid=9424&cat=1223

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Get that rifle into the field,,, my custom Czech '98 Mauser in 7mm Remington mag, is my favorite rifle. It has taken, deer, hogs, elk, and a bison. My pet load uses a 160 grain Nosler Partition and 65 grains of Reloader 22 powder. It is accurate and those partitions are very effective on game. Stoke up some rounds and enjoy her company in the field. Mine has an old Bishop laminated stock which does add weight but negates recoil very well.
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