Re: Savage Stock Question
I would call stockade. Be advised the wait time was around four months when I ordered mine. MY rifle is a franken rifle so I called and had numerous conversations with the owner. Fit and finish was very good. The money safer saves you around $150 bucks and it only took me a couple hours to sand and puddy the stock.
Also if you can get over the way they look (I actually like the look of the chassis) a Mcree or XLR chassis is a good option. Again you are limited by your imagination and wallet not aftermarket offering for savage rifles.
To be clear do you already own the rifle or are you about to buy the rifle? If you dont already have it I would check out the classifieds you can safe time in money by buying a rifle that's already been moded.
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