Who's Stock Rail Do U Use?

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by augustinaustin, Jan 10, 2003.

  1. augustinaustin

    augustinaustin Well-Known Member

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    Who\'s Stock Rail Do U Use?

    I'm looking for a really solid rail to put on my Shehanne Laminate Tracker (fat bottom) stock for purposes of bipod mount and really stought sling. The gun weighs 23lbs and it seems (feel free with your opinion) this is the best way to be able to use bipods & slings and also go back to a 'riding the bags' long range bench gun. Thank you.
     
  2. Michael Eichele

    Michael Eichele Well-Known Member

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    Re: Who\'s Stock Rail Do U Use?

    I assume you mean an accesories rail. I use a McMillan Freeland rail. I think it has 5 mounting screws. I have 2 studs, one for the bi-pod and the other for my sling. I love it and would not go back to a rail-less stock. It sticks down from the bottm of the stock just enough to act as a tounge and groove system when I mount my harris bi-pods to it. It is extreemly solid. I have never encountered anything working loose either.