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need help choosing a new stock

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Unread 02-14-2013, 02:37 AM
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Re: need help choosing a new stock

Originally Posted by deathwobble View Post
the B&C medalist stocks come with the aluminum bedding block and chassis and will just bolt in with no fitting using your excisting hardware screws floorplate follower etc. as for bottom medal with a detachable mag that is seperate. it also should just bolt on with little or no fitting but expect to pay another 250$ plus for a good one Wyatts, or accuracy international If your gonna go threw the trouble of changing the stock you could glass bed your new B&C and make it perfect. I used the score high pro bed 2000 kit on my Medalist stock and watched a few videos on you tube to learn how. It was pretty easy and made a huge improvment...... I went with the style 2 and its great I dont really care for the contoured palm swell of the a5 stiyle but it does have all those ajustable features. anyway good luck
Does the b&c stock free float the barrel? Id like to do that as well
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Unread 02-14-2013, 07:37 AM
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Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Northern New Mexico
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Re: need help choosing a new stock

depending on your barral contour Im pretty sure it will they advertise it to be "free floating out of the box" but if not nothing a little sand paper cant fix. I had to sand the crap out of mine due to My barrel being a brux #17 heavy varmit contour. Even with that said it only took about 20 minutes (not counting the epoxy bed) to fit and Im no gunsmith just a DIY type. A friend of mine has the B&C a5 style on a sendero style barrel and he did not have to do any thing to his stock just bolt it up.
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