adding weight to choate ultimate sniper stock?

Dr. John

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anyone have any experience with adding weight with this stock. does the design of the stock allow adding lead such as in the fore end, butt, etc. how much weight can be added? I saw a posting where weight was added but I think it was a different design choate..ultimate varmint?
 

Brent

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Yes, weight can also be added inside the hollow grip too.


I'd have to ask my brother how much added weight is possible. His is the Choate Sniper version, and it's heavier than the Varminter to begin with too.

My dad has three of the Choate Ultra Varminter stocks.

[ 12-23-2003: Message edited by: Brent ]
 

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