Bell and Carlson Duramaxx stocks

Discussion in 'Equipment Discussions' started by Kedron, Dec 21, 2003.

  1. Kedron

    Kedron Member

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    Hey guys,
    So I've got my college budget long range rig underway in the form of a savage 10fp in .308. The rifle shoots great and I just helped my dad pick out a reloading kit for xmas. The only gripe I have with the rifle is the stock. It just seems a touch flimsy/light/plastic to me and I've been looking into a way to either stiffen/add weight to, or replace it. Has anyone tried or even looked at the Bell and Carlson Duramaxx stocks? They look good in the ads but I haven't seen one in person and wondered if they offered any improvement over the factory stock in weight/rigidity. Other options I've looked at are the Choate stocks and various laminates. McMillan is definitely out of my current price range. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. Lee in OH

    Lee in OH Well-Known Member

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    The B&C Duramaxx stocks are fantastic. I can't reccomend them enough.

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  3. Kedron

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    Wow, that definitely is a nice looking rig. I see one of these stocks in my rifle's immediate future. Thanks alot Lee, now I just have to choose a color.