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Remington 710 stock to a 700 stock

 
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Old 03-05-2009, 11:40 AM
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Re: Remington 710 stock to a 700 stock

OK, I did a little searching for you and I came up with nada. It seems the 710 and 700 do have different stocks. I wasn't able to find an aftermarket stock for you. The 710 wasn't made for that long so that is probably a good reson for the lack of aftermarket parts too. I looked at gunbroker.com and nada - which is another indication that there are no aftermarket stocks too. Everyone seems to sell their old stock on line if they buy a new one. You can call remington, but it is a discontinued line and generally speaking I've found that brand name parts are spendy.

One site I have found for gun parts was Numrich Gun Parts Corp, We Buy Parts I have never used it so...

IMHO, I'd jerry rig the stock w/ an apoxi or something to make it work and paint it if possible. Good luck, Mark.
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Old 03-05-2009, 12:26 PM
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Re: Remington 710 stock to a 700 stock

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OK, I did a little searching for you and I came up with nada. It seems the 710 and 700 do have different stocks. I wasn't able to find an aftermarket stock for you. The 710 wasn't made for that long so that is probably a good reson for the lack of aftermarket parts too. I looked at gunbroker.com and nada - which is another indication that there are no aftermarket stocks too. Everyone seems to sell their old stock on line if they buy a new one. You can call remington, but it is a discontinued line and generally speaking I've found that brand name parts are spendy.

One site I have found for gun parts was Numrich Gun Parts Corp, We Buy Parts I have never used it so...

IMHO, I'd jerry rig the stock w/ an apoxi or something to make it work and paint it if possible. Good luck, Mark.
I never thought of that I wonder if i could get enough pressure on the release for it to work right if you have a chance you might look at your dads or sisters because I see no way of doing this thanks for the the help though!
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Old 03-06-2009, 08:04 AM
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Re: Remington 710 stock to a 700 stock

As as been pointed out, the 710 and 700 stocks will not interchange.

But, you can swap them out with the addition of a few extra parts...the procedure goes like this...

remove your scope and the rings.....remove 710 rifle from under the bases. Slide a Rem 700 SPS rifle under the bases and retighten, reinstall rings and scope.

Sell any left over parts , like the 710 barrel, action and stock....Done.
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Old 04-05-2013, 11:18 PM
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Re: Remington 710 stock to a 700 stock

710 are cheap but very accurate. Mine is 3006 caliber. They don't need a trigger switch as they come with a 700 triger and mine is adjusted to 2 1/2#. Overtravel and creep can be adjusted out also just as a 700. Mine loves 110 Sierra JHP with Alliant RL15. It drives the 110 grainer to 3465fps and I have printed a 4 shot 3/4" groups at 300yds with it. (Hot Humid 90 degree day with no wind---shot with a hot barrel) That tite group was aided by putting a Tasco World Class 6x24 varmint scope. It shot under 1" at 100yds. with the included 3x9x40 scope and cheap 180gr. Winchester Power Points. I tried the 110 gr. varmint loads, saw it was super accurate. Then I then put the big scope on it just to see what it would do at 300yds.
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