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Old 03-10-2011, 11:45 AM
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Manners Stocks for Sale

Manners T4A, adj cheek, adj LOP, four flush cups and one stud, inlet and bedded for Rem700/Stiller Predator with .250 tapered recoil lug and Badger bottom metal in 3 color GAP camo. Slight wear on bottom of grip. SOLD and Shipped




Manners T2A, adj cheek, adj LOP, four flush cups and one stud, new never bedded, inlet for Rem700/Stiller Predator and Badger bottom metal in 3 color GAP camo. $850.00 shipped.


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Old 03-11-2011, 07:39 AM
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Re: Manners Stocks for Sale

It looks like they were inlet for Rem / Stiller Short Action, am I correct.

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Old 03-11-2011, 11:34 AM
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Yes. The T4a is sold.
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Hello Dale In the process of completing a build and I have a Surgeon 591 with the Surgeon bottom metal. How much of a variation are the inlets between the Badger and surgeon bottom metal? Had the chance on a T5A but it was inletted for Remington bottom metal and didn't think I could get around fitting the Surgeon metal under that rear action screw without doing the stock some injustice..The T2 looks OK and I'm considering it (your stock) but could you give me the dimensions of the recess on it for the Badger? If its not sold yet of course...
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:18 AM
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Re: Manners Stocks for Sale

Hey Velocity

I am at dr appt this morning. I will measure the bottom inlet when I get back to shop and let you know. You could probably just give Preston at Surgeon a call. I have not yet used the Surgeon btm metal so I don't know the exact difference off the top of my head.

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Old 04-01-2011, 10:07 AM
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Thanks Dale Thats what I'll do...
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Old 04-02-2011, 10:34 PM
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Re: Manners Stocks for Sale

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Hello Dale In the process of completing a build and I have a Surgeon 591 with the Surgeon bottom metal. How much of a variation are the inlets between the Badger and surgeon bottom metal? Had the chance on a T5A but it was inletted for Remington bottom metal and didn't think I could get around fitting the Surgeon metal under that rear action screw without doing the stock some injustice..The T2 looks OK and I'm considering it (your stock) but could you give me the dimensions of the recess on it for the Badger? If its not sold yet of course...
You will also need to have it inletted for the bolt release on your 591 action. I also needed this done to my t2a. Manners will do it for free. They will probably inlet it for your bottom metal for free also.
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