Rem 700 LA Stock

clbrown23

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Looking for a rem 700 long action stock- sporter contour, composite stock, something that is weighing in around 2.5 lbs or less. Thinking along the lines of a Grayboe Outlander, Stocky's Long Range Hunter (fiberglass), Stocky's VG2 (fiberglass), Stocky's M50. I'm really wanting a finish with something other than the web design. Let me know if you have something you are wanting to get rid of. Thanks
 
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manitou1

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I have an unused Grayboe Outlander, brown with black spiderweb I will let go for 225.00 shipped. I went with a different stock and never used this one.
 

clbrown23

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Thanks for reaching out with what you guys have. I'm sure I will kick myself for not picking up one of these, but I'm gonna see if any without web come up. Not a huge fan of that paint scheme.
 

grog24

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That ridgeline stock is a hell of a deal and checks all your criteria. Easy to repaint.
 

clbrown23

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I have thought about painting but durability is my issue, the diy paint jobs from what I have seen just don't seem as durable and long lasting as what they come with
 

grog24

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Best DIY are oven epoxys or Brownells alumahyde... if prepped and applied well it’s super tough. Just takes forever (literally a month+) to reach full hardness. Good luck in your search!
 

clbrown23

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Still searching- updated post to be a little more specific on finish
 

shooter7

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I have a bell and Carlson medalist sporter. It's just plain black. It was bedded for a 700 with factory recoil lug. PM me if interested

It does have a few scratches from a fall down a scree slope.
 

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