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who makes a light weight stock for Rem 700 la

Who makes a light weight rifle stock for the Rem 700 LA. ADL or BDL. Drop in ready or not. I have some in mind but am wondering if there are any others.
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    Re: who makes a light weight stock for Rem 700 la

    I have used several Bell and Carlson medalist stocks and had good results. They have an aluminum bedding block and are pretty light too.
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    Re: who makes a light weight stock for Rem 700 la

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    Who makes a light weight rifle stock for the Rem 700 LA. ADL or BDL. Drop in ready or not. I have some in mind but am wondering if there are any others.
    Manners makes an excellent super light, High Tech is under 24 OZ's I think, you can get the Edge McMillan as well.
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    Re: who makes a light weight stock for Rem 700 la

    McMillian Hunters Edge,,,,,,, MPI makes some fine light weights, too.
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    Re: who makes a light weight stock for Rem 700 la

    Any experience with the b&c alaskan ti it is around 24-26 oz?
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    Any experience with the b&c alaskan ti it is around 24-26 oz?
    Thats the one i have on my 375 ultra and so far i love it. Very light amd feels great
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    Re: who makes a light weight stock for Rem 700 la

    I have two of the B&C alaskan II's. They are a great value, the only thing is the pistol grip is very open. I wish it was more of a vertical grip...maybe it's just me. The classic medalist is better for me, though it is a little bit heavier. Check out Stocky's for a good description of the different models.
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