Bell and Carlson Medlist Tactical adjustable

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  1. roadhunter

    roadhunter Well-Known Member

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    Anyone have any experience (good or bad) with a Bell and Carlson Medlist tactical w/adjustable LOP and cheek weld? I'm in the process of my first build and can't decide on that or an HS-Precision for a LA Remington 700, 300 RUM. Both have an aluminum bedding block, but seems like I can get the adjustable options and verticle grip on the B&C for the price of a fixed HS. Any advise is appreciated.

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  3. roadhunter

    roadhunter Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the reply,

    It was the A-5 style in the frist link that I was thinking about. So even with the aluminum block it still needed to be skim bedded? Is it not a full free float? I think Midway listed the B&C stock weightat 2.5 lbs, not sure what an HS Police/Varmint stock would weigh.
     
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    Coyboy I sent you a PM
     
  5. Coyboy

    Coyboy Well-Known Member

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    got your pm, the B&C adjustable stock I had in the shop was closer to 5lbs.