McMillan "Rem Hunter" stock = Surgeon 1086 inlet

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by toader, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    Looking to sell my McMillan "Remington Hunter" stock - its like new and has been VERY nicely pillar bedded by Jon Beanland.

    Here are the specs of the stock:

    *Rem Hunter

    *Magnum fill weight

    *Molded-in "Dark Camo" from McMillan

    *13 5/8" LOP

    *1/2" Decelerator pad

    *2 sling studs = 1 in front and 1 in back

    *Professionally pillar bedded by Jon Beanland

    *Inletted for a Surgeon 1086 action, Badger M4 bottom metal, and a Krieger/Brux #5 barrel contour


    $430 shipped/insured

    Again, sorry for the crappy pics - stock looks a hell of alot better in person!!


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  2. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    Still for sale!!
     

  3. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    Stock looks a hell of alot better in person - sorry for the crappy pics!!

    Make a reasonable offer!!
     
  4. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    Make me an offer I can't refuse!!
     
  5. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    This would also work for a Rem 700 long action with a little help from your gunsmith!!
     
  6. kaseyfied

    kaseyfied Well-Known Member

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    How much he?:)
     
  7. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    Umm, What???
     
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    What would need to be done to the stock to accommodate a Remington 700 La?
     
  9. toader

    toader Well-Known Member

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    Some minor fitting at the recoil lug and the bolt handle cut-out areas.

    The 1086 is a Rem 700 "footprint" with a straight bolt handle.