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Unread 01-29-2004, 01:00 PM
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what stock?

What stock is more accurate?
A laminate with pillars and bedding or a HS type stock with an aluminum block and skim bedded? Or any other options?

This if for my 260 project with 700 SA and a Shilen #7 Heavy Varmit barrel?

thanks Kevin
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    Re: what stock?

    Both stocks mentioned are good accurate stocks. It would depend on what you want to look at. If you want the ultimate in stock accuracy go custom.
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