FS H-S Precsion Stock Remington 700 LA

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  1. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    I am selling my H-S Precsion Pro-Series 2000 Sporter Stock with Cheekpiece. Stock is Remington 700 BDL LA REM 700 BDL LONG ACTION, Black w/Gray Web.

    I bought the stock new in the May of 2010. The stock has a professional bed job. It has front and rear sling studs. Stock is in great condition. $250 to your door. I have it posted on another forum.

    Thanks for Looking,


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    You can see a small chip next to action screw hole on the bottom of the stock. That is the only flaw I see in it.
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  2. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    Let me ask a question.....no one wants it because it was previously bedded?

    Mike
     

  3. Mild Bill

    Mild Bill Well-Known Member

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    that probably has a fair amount to do with it.

    I know it is why I have shied away from it it.
     
  4. Rhino55

    Rhino55 Well-Known Member

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    Was it bedded to a RUM action?
    Rhinogun)
     
  5. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    It was on a 30-06 action.

    Thanks

    Mike
     
  6. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    Appreciate your honesty... Thanks
     
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    Sackett Well-Known Member

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    Had I not just got a new barrel, in a new calibur, therefore all new reloading supplies,,,I'd have talked to ya about it!! Sounds like a good deal could still be had bedding or no.
     
  8. gmoney

    gmoney Active Member

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    im thinking of remodling my old 700 in 06, thinking this stock could possiobly work, what size and barrell was in it.
     
  9. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    My 30-06 is an old one also, the barrel is the sporter weight which is the standard factory barrel. The stock can take up to a number 4.

    Let me know if you have any more questions.

    Mike
     
  10. bowhunthard

    bowhunthard Well-Known Member

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    Do you know what material it was bedded with?
     
  11. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    I think it was Devcon.

    Mike
     
  12. Dzel777

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    Hey guys I have a quick question,
    People are saying that because this stock was previously bedded they are shying away from it. I'm somewhat of a rook in all this and because of the unknown im doing the same.
    Question: wouldn't the answer be to simply dremel down the old bedding past what it would take to accept your barrel/action and simply re-bed to your barrel/action?
    Thanks, Denny
     
  13. mikeinlouisiana

    mikeinlouisiana Well-Known Member

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    I can't edit my orginal post any more, but wanted to drop the price final and last time to $200.

    Mike
     
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