Originally Posted by ash1055
That is what I thought I would need to do before I purchased the gun. I read the stock was the place where remington saved money on the gun. Very crisp trigger though.
I have trouble calling it a stock because it has none of the things that a stock should
have.( Looks,strength,stability,feel ECT, ECT).
Thats why I refer to them as a tupper ware handle.
Although some of the guys on this site have made them shoot by reenforcing them to make
it stronger, But that takes hours of work and you still have an ulgy handle for your rifle.
The only good thing about the SPS it made a good action available for less than you could
buy just the action (No bottom metal with the action or trigger for $400.oo) And if you were
lucky it would shoot with a good stock.
You can find a good laminate stock for less than $200.oo that feels good ,shoots good and
Just my opinion for what it's worth
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