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Old 11-14-2013, 09:09 PM
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Varmint/Tactical Stock for Rem700 w/pics

Here's my laminate varmint/tactical stock. It is inlet for a Rem700 right-hand short-action. The forearm will accommodate a bull-barrel. It was made by Sharp Shooter Supply (Sharp Shooter Laminate Varmint Tactical Centerfire Stock) for My 308 1k Rifle - The Evolution Continues! project.

It is stained in walnut with satin polyurethane finish. It has an adjustable comb. In order to keep the fastening bolt from crushing the stock, a stainless steel washer is epoxied in place where the bolt would contact the stock. It is both pillar and skim bedded. The vertical grip is awesome with a very comfortable palm swell.

What's it worth?

Stock: $350
Adjustable Comb: $65
Skim Bedding: $100
Total: $515
(bipod not included)

You can have it for $450 includes shipping to your door.








Stainless steel washer epoxied in place


2.5" wide forearm
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Old 11-15-2013, 12:21 AM
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Re: Varmint/Tactical Stock for Rem700 w/pics

Can the adjustable comb knob be switched to the other side of the stock for a left handed shooter?? Also how wide is the barrel channel??
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Old 11-15-2013, 09:59 AM
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Can the adjustable comb knob be switched to the other side of the stock for a left handed shooter?? Also how wide is the barrel channel??
The comb knob certainly could be switched. Just drill a hole through to the other side of the stock. As for the barrel channel, a Remington varmint contour barrel (.850 at the muzzle) fit with room to spare. A 1" diameter barrel would easily free float.
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Old 11-15-2013, 07:45 PM
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Re: Varmint/Tactical Stock for Rem700 w/pics

Thanks. The barreled action I am considering this for has a 1.250 no taper barrel. Do you think it would fit?
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Old 11-15-2013, 08:06 PM
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Thanks. The barreled action I am considering this for has a 1.250 no taper barrel. Do you think it would fit?
As the stock is now, it appears as though you could get a 1.0625" diameter barrel in the forearm. There is plenty of material all the way around though. This means you could easily open the barrel channel in order to accommodate a 1.250" barrel.

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