Sako TRG-S Stock Fit?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Duffy, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. Duffy

    Duffy Member

    Aug 9, 2006
    Can someone comment on the TRG-S stock?

    I've found a TRG-S at a reasonable price, but as I don't live in the seller's state, I can't handle it to determine how well the stock fits.

    I'm small, 5-feet 6-inches, 160 pounds, and have small hands. (No, I don't get many spontaneous offers for hot dates).

    It's hard to determine if the stock is well designed. Is it nimble, or more like a benchrest affair with beavertail forend? For that matter is it like a canoe paddle or a hod of bricks?

    The caliber is .338 Lapua. Does it distribute recoil well or does it accentuate the impulse?

    LRHWAL Well-Known Member

    Jan 11, 2006
    I've got a 300 WM built on a TRG-S action in the standard stock.

    The stock is a sporter style, slim fore-end, comfortable and fairly slim grip. LOP on mine is almost 14" if I recall, but mine has a few spacers installed. I figure its around 13.75" "as it comes". I like a "longish stock" and I ordered the replacement at 14.25".

    I'm 6'1" tall and the stock fits pretty well. I could do with a higher comb though, but I tend to find all standard sporters are like that for me.

    If you look on McM's website you'll see that they have a std. TRG-S pattern - that's pretty much how it looks. A few weeks back they also had a special on one of those stocks quite a bit cheaper than you would pay if you ordered it.

    Mail me at and I'll send you a photograph of mine in the factory stock alongside a Rem 700 BDL.

    I find the stock on the TRG-S is very flexible. The forend can be pushed against the barrel with 2 fingers and off a bipod the weight of my (#5 contour 26") barrel starts to close up the free float close to the receiver. It shoots totally different and way better for me rested on a varmint bag under the receiver.

    I've already received a new stock which I haven't yet fitted. If you buy a new stock you need to order bottom metal as the factory stock has it molded in.

    In short - I think it's a pretty nice sporter style stock, but way too flexible. I'm not sure how the big stuff shoots out of those std. stocks.



    JCFORD Well-Known Member

    Dec 16, 2005
    The one I have has 13.75" pull and seems to fit ok. I am about 5' 9" and average build. I agree with the everything else on the first response. Good Luck.