Accu stock???

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by Maschriv, Aug 8, 2014.

  1. Maschriv

    Maschriv Active Member

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    Does anybody make an affordable replacement stock for the savage model 10 predator accu stock? B&C said they don't offer one and same answer from stocky's.
     


  2. Maschriv

    Maschriv Active Member

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    I have a couple of their stocks all ready. Looking for something a little higher end quality. Thanks though.
     
  3. logan197

    logan197 Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully somebody has an answer. I would like to replace mine too.
     
  4. Maschriv

    Maschriv Active Member

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    I've talked to Stockys, Bell and Carlson, and now HS personally. No go. Different inlets on the accu stock.
     
  5. Barrelnut

    Barrelnut Well-Known Member

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    Could try MPI. Below is the stock they made for my Savage 116 with DBM. It also has the bolt release on the bottom. The stock it replaced was an accustock.
     

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  6. Maschriv

    Maschriv Active Member

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    MPI can make one. $359 for a blank, $850-$950 for them to work the stock up and bed it. Think I'll keep looking for a bit
     
  7. kc0pph

    kc0pph Well-Known Member

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    I have heard of people filling them up with JB-Weld and having a decent stock :p

    There was a write-up on here somewhere about a cheap 1 Mile gun using an accustock where they hollowed it out and filled it with jb-weld and embedded arrow shafts (i think) in it.

    Should be much cheaper and you might get something nice.
     
  8. ZSteinle

    ZSteinle Well-Known Member

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    what savage rifle exactly do you have. I have a savage predator hunter max1 with the accustock and i find it to be quite rigid especially compared to say a 700 SPS
     
  9. Maschriv

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    Savage model 10 predator in max 1. Just not a fan of the slick stock and no cheek weld. JB weld toward the forearm would definatly help shooting off a bi-pod, but doesn't help me and the comfortability of the stock. Personal preference I know.
     
  10. coyotekiller82

    coyotekiller82 Well-Known Member

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    What about adding an aftermarket cheek rest...they're not that expensive and can be installed quick and easy
     
  11. Southernboy2563

    Southernboy2563 Well-Known Member

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    If you have the money manners and McMillan both will make you one. I have the same exact gun except mine is a 110 la and have played hell finding a stock without buying one if those two. Now in another note...I have went through and called the same people as you did to just get a big fat noooo!!!! But my hunting partner put a choate tactical hunter on his and just milled out the bottom of it for the bottom metal and magazine to fit in. It would've worked before with just a blind mag but he modified it to dbm. I have been contemplating doing it to mine but it's too close to our season now and I have a new baby about to pop out any day so I'm gonna live with the accustock for this season and have manners make me one for next year.
     
  12. logan197

    logan197 Well-Known Member

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    Stockade gunstocks make one for the new savage rifles with that style of bolt release for about as much as a HS Precision.
     
  13. 2footroper

    2footroper Well-Known Member

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    Exactly why do you want to replace the Accu-Stock? I had the same issues with my 111 and decided to take matters in my own hands. I really opened up the front of the barrel channel with a dremel as the stock would touch the barrel if any weight was put on it in front of the sling lug. I then sent it out to get it Hyrdo dipped in this cool camo pattern. All back together and it shoots awesome. All for about $125.00 in camo costs. Only 2 shots required to zero at 100 yards. This rifle shot 12" groups at 1 mile before the modifications. gun)
     

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