New Gunwerks Clymr stock

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  1. NV220swift

    NV220swift Well-Known Member

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    Just received my new Gunwerks Clymr stock
    yesturday, very happy with it overall. Ordered it inletted for a Remington 700 long action with hinged floor plate, Proof Sendero barrel inlet and it dropped right in. Carbon Black color. 20190418_104346.jpg 20190418_104401.jpg 20190417_195426.jpg 20190417_195344.jpg 20190417_195235.jpg
     
  2. OLI62

    OLI62 Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    NV, any idea how much the stock weighs?
     
  3. NV220swift

    NV220swift Well-Known Member

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    Just under 30oz right around 29.6oz
     
  4. Clifflopez

    Clifflopez Well-Known Member

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    Is that with their bedding block or are you going to bed it?
     
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    NV220swift Well-Known Member

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    That is with their bedding block installed.
     
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    26Reload Well-Known Member

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    Cool Tool.....
     
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  7. huntandfish2983

    huntandfish2983 Active Member

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    I like the looks of that stock. Do you think the stock is superior to a manners or mcmillan?
     
  8. NV220swift

    NV220swift Well-Known Member

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    Having both manners and mcmillans before I wouldn't say it's superior in build, I was able to mess with one of the clymr stocks at the Sheep Show and really like the looks and ergonomics of the grip with the thumbshelf, I like how thin the forend is aswell with the built in rail makes a very packable setup. For me it was something different from the more tactical stocks you see that I really liked.
     
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  9. huntandfish2983

    huntandfish2983 Active Member

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    I definitely dig it. Wish it was a little friendlier on the wallet.
     
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  10. Clifflopez

    Clifflopez Well-Known Member

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    How’s the comb height?
     
  11. NV220swift

    NV220swift Well-Known Member

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    Comb height is nice I'm using talley mid one piece base and rings on that Leupold Vx6HD with no issues at all very comfortable.
     
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  12. knapper

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    The only thing that I would change on the Very Good looking rifle is go to CDI PRECISION G W
    1852 University Parkway
    Sarsota Fl. 34243
    and get one of their drop in bottom metal for a 10 round magazine or even a 5 round.
    Knapper
     
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    knapper Well-Known Member

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    NW 220 Swift
    If it turns out the you are not pleased with CDI Precision???
    Contact Mile High Shooting.com 1-877-871-9990 and they have a very good selection
    of the accesories for your rifle
    knapper
     
  14. Liddy

    Liddy New Member

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    Just received my new Gunwerks Clymr stock
    yesturday, very happy with it overall. Ordered it inletted for a Remington 700 long action with hinged floor plate, Proof Sendero barrel inlet and it dropped right in. Carbon Black color.

    Those are very appealing stocks, the built in pic rail good idea. Looks like it would be good for a lightweight compact short action build.