Originally Posted by Daveinjax
It is done as part of installing a wyatts extended magazine. Without the extended magazine it is pointless. It's not that bad of a job and shouldn't cost much. You mill the back of the magazine well back 1/8" and the longer box fits. Then cut the bolt stop back an equal 1/8" and you can now fit @ 2.99" col. You have to have bdl bottom metal to do this as you mill away the adl front trigger guard screw hole. You may need to tighten the magazine box a little by bending it in just blond c%×t hair to get it to feed right or mill the feed rails back a little. It's more than a strait bolt up job but not really technical work either.
Thank you.. If I sent it to a shop, what would it run to get done?
I noticed leupold says the scope has 67.00 moa of elevation. Looking under the cap, I see 1/4 adjustments, but up to 14 moa, and that's it. So if it's 14, would that be 140 inches of drop at 1000 yards for instance? Where does the 67 come into play?