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Savage SA "Center Feed" Tactical Stock by Choate

Savage SA "Center Feed" Tactical Stock by Choate
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SKU
Choate 25-06-02
Quantity in stock
1 item(s) available
Weight
74.00 oz
Suggested Retail:
$283.50
Your price:
$205.00
28%
Quantity (1 available)
Choate's Tactical stock has a CNC machined aluminum bedding block molded into the stock for a solid mount. This stock has sling swivel studs on both sides and a 10.5 inch long slot for Harris bipod adapter under the forend. Bipod adapter is included.
 
This stock is for Center Feed Short Action Savage Blind Magazine rifles with a Action Bolt spacing of 4.411" Please measure the spacing for your action bolts before ordering.
 
If you have a factory detachable magazine system, you need the Choate 25-06-01 stock.
 
There will be an 3/16 gap under the safety on all the Choate Savage Varmint, Tactical and Sniper stocks. The action should only touch on the V of the bedding block and back of the recoil lug. The gap at the back is normal for Savage actions when installed in Choate stocks.
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Average customer rating:
 
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1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Robert W
Jun 18, 2018
As always Tactical Works quickly processed and shipped order. I love buying from these guys.

Advantages: Solid, and heavy will be perfect for bench shooting. I got the standard cheek riser, looks like sight alignment will be just right.

Disadvantages: Replacing a stock you expect some trimming for fit, and the Choate was no exception. I had to Dremel for the trigger guard and the bolt release lever. I was disappointed with the fit of the blind mag, very loose. I folder up some cardboard to move the mag rearward so it and the L bracket would stay in place for assembly. This shouldn't be an issue, I single load and only use the mag as a sled.
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