A Bolt Replacement stock, a little help?

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by longrifle, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. longrifle

    longrifle Active Member

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    Recently looked at an A Bolt in 300 WSM, great feelin' rifle, super clean otherwise but the stock looked like it had been behind the truck seat for a bunch of miles! So I started looking for a replacment stock that maybe I could buy and not spend a new truck payment for it....is there such an animal? I've gotten dizzy surfing the internet and Googling and haven't even found a company that listed one!!! Any suggestions?





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  2. zuba

    zuba Well-Known Member

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    I'm 99% sure Joel Russo can make you one, search his name on here...
     

  3. longrifle

    longrifle Active Member

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    Found him! Just zipped off an email! Thanks partner!
     
  4. bb204

    bb204 Well-Known Member

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    Check Stocky's Stocks. They are a sponsor here.
    I just bought a Bell & Carlson Medalist for a A-bolt L/A. Good feeling stock and a really good price. I also hear that Joe Russo does excellent work also. Keep us posted.
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  5. longrifle

    longrifle Active Member

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    Thanks! Looked at Stocky's, great pricing as indicated. Also emailed Joel and response was almost immediate! I think the work he does is fantastic and as soon as I get my pennies together I'll have him build a stock for me, the extra money will probably be worth it! Thanks again!
     
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