Moosetracker, very nice looking wood. What type wood is your stock made from?Mine started as a Savage 112 BVSS 300WM. Here's the current configuration:
Shilen 338 Edge 28"
Defensive Edge brake
SSS recoil lug
SSS Tactical bolt handle
HI Viz recoil pad
Eagle Creek cheek pad
Glass bedded (Devcon 10110)
Near 12 MOA Picatinny rail
Custom heavy duty rings
Nightforce 3.5-15x50mm MLR, ZS, FFP
I prefer the look of solid wood vs laminate but, yours is one of two that I've seen that has me re-thinking my opinion of never going with the laminate look. I like the look, almost like solid wood, very nice. Thanks for sharing.It's the original Savage 112 BVSS laminated stock.
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