My sister soon to be husband has let us talk him into hunting and he drew an antelope tag. He doesn't have a rifle so my dad has a savage 11 youth in 7mm-08 that he bought for my mom And didn't like so its sitting there basically brand new. So I'm looking for a full sized stock to put on it. I would like either a laminated take off or something with an aluminum bedding block. I looked at b&c they have them but with a varmint barrel channel. So I'm looking for options or suggestions. I may end up just getting a Boyd's and bedding it. But if you have something let me know!
" Real elk guns start with the number 3 or bigger and blow two holes, one in and one out." - My Dad
FYI, the Numrich stocks have usually been sitting around and have some scratches (I'm refinishing a new one now) but are nice options. Previous one I just used some 0000 steel wool to buff a couple spots and it looks great.
I have a Savage factory laminated stock for a pre-accutrigger Savage short action. Factory thin recoil pad and limb saver recoil pad installed. Practically brand new. Only caveat is that it has a second bolt cut on the left side of the stock for the factory Savage LH rifle that I had mounted in it.
$60 shipped to your location.
Pictures are available in the Guns for Sale Section. The rifle sold with the factory synthetic stock. The purchaser did not want the laminated stock: WTS - Left Hand Savage .243 - SPF