Which Stock Color for My SS .338 WM?

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by jasonprox700, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. jasonprox700

    jasonprox700 Well-Known Member

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    I have a ss .338 WM that I want to restock. It is an ADL with the crappy sps black stock. I have been thinking about getting the Bell & Carlson Medalist. The problem is, I don't know which color to get. Black with gray webbing is my favorite (just like on the Remington Senderos), but I wanted something different since I already have quite a few black guns (4 AR's and a SS .22 w/a black synthetic stock).

    I would like to stick with the Bell & Carlson. I do like the HS Precision, but for the money, B&C is hard to beat. I don't want camoflauge and I would like the have the webbing configuration. I don't want to go with laminated either. I do love the look, but I don't want the weight.

    If anybody could post pics, that would be great. Or, email me at jasonprox700@yahoo.com if that would be easier. Thanks for the help!
    Bell & Carlson Alaskan Wilderness / Mountain Rifle Remington Model 700 Stock - Right & Left Hand Available
     
  2. winmag

    winmag Well-Known Member

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    Drab green, or tan
     

  3. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    I saw a Navy Blue one with webbing not too long ago here and it was awesome and with the SS barrel I think it would really pop.
     
  4. highridge1

    highridge1 Well-Known Member

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    Drab green would look great!
     
  5. jasonprox700

    jasonprox700 Well-Known Member

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    I think I'm leaning towards the drab green. It just seems to fit. When ever I get around to getting a my .300 RUM built, I'll go with the sendero style. For some reason, the tan seems more suited for a 6mm or .243 build. So many calibers, so limited funds!