Does anyone need a Sako TRGs (M995) stock?

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by Inkognito, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. Inkognito

    Inkognito Active Member

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    I think I am going to re-barrel my Sako TRGs with a heavier target barrel. This means I am going to need a new stock. The prices on the McMillan stock is ridiculous so I am contemplating selling the original stock to help fund this fiasco. I thought I would keep it because I usually keep all of the original equipment I end up replacing, but because of the exorbitant cost of this project I am contemplating this to help offset some of the cost. Does anyone even need one of these or know what the value would be? If they aren't worth much I will just keep it. Just let me know if you are interested and what it would be worth to you. Thanks.
     
  2. GLZ

    GLZ Well-Known Member

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    Unless things have changed, you will need the spring, pin and lever from the mag release from the original stock to put on the McMillan. Better check before you sale.
     

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    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    Inkognito Active Member

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    A grand? The A3 stock is $498. Bottom metal is $175. The adjustable cheekpiece option for the stock is an additional $116. I'm figuring around $800 and I will need my trigger group and mag release parts. Do you know something I don't?
     
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    358sta Well-Known Member

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    My father is interested as the one he currently has is cracked in the pistol grip area and then was repaired - bought it along with the rifle used.

    Question is: How much - $200, $300, more?

    Let me know. Price will affect whether my father purchases it or not.

    Kevin
     
  6. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    You obviously did not read my link to the OP post on the subject. Here's an e-mail from McMillan ...

    ADDED: Link to similar post ...

    http://www.longrangehunting.com/forums/f17/sako-m995-stock-68198/
     
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  7. Inkognito

    Inkognito Active Member

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    You're right, I didn't. I did not realize that was a link. As Lando Calrissian once said, "this deal is getting worse all the time...". I was just looking at McMillan's published prices on their web site.
     
  8. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    Another option is to contact Joel Russo Home Page and see what he can do for you or if he's got any recommendations.
     
  9. bb204

    bb204 Well-Known Member

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    I should recieve my McMillan TRGS stock in the next couple of days. It was ~$690 with their bottom metal. I ordered it 11/1/2010. Brownells has a TRGS magazine parts kit (pins and springs) for about $50. I don't remember the part number but if you need it I could possibly find it. I bought the McM because I broke mine just behind the action, in front of the pistol grip. They are not really too strong in that area. I bought a spare stock off of this site a couple of years ago for ~$100. Not many options for TRGSs out there. I spoke to Joel a while back, and he doesn't inlet a stock for the TRGS.
     
  10. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    A member just queried Joel earlier this month. Send him the barreled action and he can write a CNC inlet program off of it. He'll then be able to inlet any of his stocks for it. So, it's cost to write the program + cost of the stock.

    Another option is through MPI ...