Aftermarket rem 700 sps stock

Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by lbwar15, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. lbwar15

    lbwar15 New Member

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    Anyone know of a good aftermarket stock for the rem 700 sps tactical .308? Something with adjustable cheek rest and length of pull. Tanks


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    rockratt Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    I'll second Choate. Not because I own one but because I sell them aluminum extrusions. Talked to them today. They are a good bunch of people and what I have seen they do quality work.
     
  4. sandog

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    I have heard McMillan is the best, but my SPS is a left hand, so I'll get a H-S Precision, as they make a stock for the Varmint barrel in a lefty version.
     
  5. Retaks

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    I have a Choate on mine and really like it. Its a little thick in the grip but it works very well and for the price you cant beat it.


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  6. lbwar15

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    Will the badger mag conversion work with the choate sniper stock? And will my factory sps tactical barrel still free float?


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  8. Txhillbilly

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    If you're only going to use your rifle for target shooting and don't plan on ever needing to carry it around out in the field,the Ultimate Varminter or Ultimate Sniper stocks are great. I personally would choose the Varminter over the Sniper stock because the forend is flat on the bottom and not angled.
    I used one of them for many years on my 300 WM long range rifle,and it worked just fine,but these stocks are "HEAVY",and ugly as hell.

    I prefer their Tactical series stocks,and have several of them.They are a very stable platform for your action,and can easily be taken on hunting excursions.


    You'll need to call Choate and ask them about the fitment of your mag conversion,I have no idea since I don't shoot Remington's.

    You will have all kinds of free floating on your barrel,any of Choate's Tactical or Ultimate series will handle up to 1.25" diameter barrels in their inletting.
     
  9. Retaks

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    Im not sure about the mag conversion but i dont see why it wouldnt. My SPS V bolted right into it with no fitment issues. The barrel is freefloated with 1/8" or more clearance in most spots.


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