B&C Medalist Win 70 Long Action

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by JohnnieB, May 1, 2014.

  1. JohnnieB

    JohnnieB Well-Known Member

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    A NIB Chocolate Medalist. Fits post-64 Model 70 Actions. Great stock, I ended up going with a short action. $215 TYD.
     

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  2. Redmist 240

    Redmist 240 New Member

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    Is the stock for a two piece trigger guard?
     

  3. JohnnieB

    JohnnieB Well-Known Member

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    Stock is for a 1 piece bottom metal. If you're comfortable with a drill and a dremel, you can make the needed adjustment in about 5-10 minutes. I've done is several times.
     
  4. pmh-usa

    pmh-usa Well-Known Member

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    If you're putting 2-piece BM into a 1-piece stock, you will need an adaptor - should not have to enlarge anything - putting a 1-piece BM into a 2-piece BM stock is where you have to relieve material . . . and shorten the pillars :(
     
  5. 16Bore

    16Bore Well-Known Member

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    Damnation....

    I just got one from Redhawk for $265 delivered. Grrrrr

    PT&G has orberndorf bottom metal on sale for $80. Pretty dang good deal.

     
  6. pmh-usa

    pmh-usa Well-Known Member

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    I know - I just ordered two to go into original two-piece bottom metal stocks and would have had to remove a lot of material at the rear of the magazine but also would have to inlet the entire assembly outline area about 120 thousandths deeper - that's bad enough but I was not about to grind the pillars with a dremel and re-bed the bottom metal.
     
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    pmh-usa Well-Known Member

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    The other option would be to mill the bottom-metal thinner - having said that, let me add that the PT&G bottom metal is the best deal on the market - just hope that they will make a version for those New Haven M70 Classics that have the two-piece bottom metal so no stock mod's are necessary.
     
  8. JohnnieB

    JohnnieB Well-Known Member

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    bump
     
  9. trailrider121

    trailrider121 Well-Known Member

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    I checked PTG website, I didn't see the Winchester Long Action Oberndorf Bottom Metalfor sale $80. Do you have a link?

    Never mind, I found it.
     
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  11. JohnnieB

    JohnnieB Well-Known Member

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    Stock is SPF.