I so hope I can buy that game scout stock for my X bolt. I've been wanting to upgrade the stock and that's exactly what I was looking for. I may need to build a 6.5 SAUM on that action now.
Timney makes a great trigger. $180.00 at Midway.I have a basic stainless stalker xbolt in 300WSM and I'm a big fan. I have spent $10k on a couple other rifles this year and the xbolt is still a favorite and is very accurate. It took a couple hundred break in rounds to get there but its there. The 26 Nosler is too much of a good thing IMO, there are numerous other chamberings I'd prefer (almost all of them). The one-piece talley lightweights are a good choice in a hunting rifle.
My only complaints are that the factory synthetic stock is flimsy and there are no aftermarket triggers. That said i really like the shape of the stock and the trigger is pretty good, it just feels heavy coming off a 2 lb timney. Browning just released a long range model that comes in a mcmillan game scout stock, I can only hope that means micky will do xbolt inlets soon!
X-Bolt Hells Canyon Long Range McMillan
Midway sells the Timney trigger every day.I realize I'm a year late to the party of the OP but I'm bored so here is my $.02
I own a xbolt in a 7mm rem mag & with reloads it shoots lights out, a ragged hole @100 yds, & 1&1/4 in @ 400 yds. The only thing I don't care for is the trigger & only because it's a little heavy for me (3-3.5 is as low as it goes from factory) It breaks great & obviously my groups don't suffer but I'm spoiled as I run 2 lb triggers on all my other set-ups. As far as the $$$ for buying a factory produced rifle I'm very happy well except the trigger lol. Timney has been working on a xbolt trigger for 3 years now, not quite sure what the hold up is. Jard makes an aftermarket for the xbolt but I'm not very familiar with them & for $240 I'm just a little hesitant.
Yes they do now. On both of my xbolts I did have to make a very minor tweek to the inside of the stock. I had to shave/sand down a very little bit the inside of the stock where it comes into contact to with the right side of the trigger area. Very easy & took 5 mins. If this is something your not comfortable with then mcarbo does now offer a spring kit for I think $15 shipped. Also was very easy to install & brought the pull down to 2.25-2.5lbs.Midway sells the Timney trigger every day.