Sendero stocks?

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by CINOSBUS, Aug 5, 2008.


    CINOSBUS Member

    Mar 3, 2008
    I have read/heard that the Sendero stocks are not the same as the 700P stocks. The 700P has a bedding block that runs all the way forward to the sling studs while the Sendero (VSF, etc) bedding block stops at the front of the action.

    I also noticed that some of the "early" Senderos I've seen only had 1 forward swivel stud.

    Do the newer Senderos with 2 studs have the full length block also?

    Is there more to this stock story?

    I found a good deal on a "newer" 7mmRM Sendero, but I want a rifle with a full length bedding block. I'm trying to figure out if this one has it.
  2. johnnyk

    johnnyk Well-Known Member

    Dec 24, 2001
    I have an older Sendero SF and a 700P, all I can see of the bedding block is that it runs up to and under the recoil lug. Don't know if it goes any further. I don't think (pretty sure) the sling swivel stubs are not tied into the aluminum bedding block on any of Remington's stocks. It's just supporting the barrelled action.