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Remington 700 Long Action Ultimate Varmint Stock by Choate

Remington 700 Long Action Ultimate Varmint Stock by Choate
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SKU
Choate 24-01-12
Quantity in stock
1 item(s) available
Weight
92.00 oz
Suggested Retail:
$226.80
Your price:
$185.00
18%
Quantity (1 available)

When Major John Plaster designed Choate's Ultimate Varmint his goal was to build a stock that would include all of the features that a precision and/or varmint shooters expect in a solid replacement stock.

This stock is for a Remington 700 Long Action with a receiver screw spacing of 7.35".

Features include:

  • Solid CNC machined aluminum bedding block.
  • Rear elevation adjusting knob.
  • Course 1/8" serrations on the bottom of the stock for grip and bag shooting.
  • Hollow grip for tool and ammo storage.
  • A standard and large cheek piece for larger objectives.
  • 1 1/4" barrel channel. Lighter weight, 4 lbs., to reduce field fatigue.
  • Over sized trigger guard for when gloves are worn.
  • Quick detachable Bipod adapter.

 

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Average customer rating:
 
(2 reviews)  



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Jack Duffy
Purchased this stock, and a Harris bipod, last week trying to get as much as I can out of my Remington 700, 30-06. The barrel and action dropped right in; tolernces are close but no drama. I ran 20 rounds through it on the weekend and the stock/barrel fit remained rock solid. I had trouble with the bipod loosening due to recoil. My groups were OK but not spectacular. Could have been me, the optics, the ammo...you all know the excuses.
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William A
Jun 12, 2018
Stock is much heavier than the original one. As the rifle is a .30-06, and it used to kick the crap out of my shoulder, I am hoping that this stock will help with the recoil.

Advantages: Weight, versatility with the rail underneath the forearm, length of pull adjustment.

Disadvantages: Weight. Don't plan on carrying this through the woods hunting.
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