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Remington 700 SA Left Hand Tactical Stock Inletted for CDI Precision by Choate

Remington 700 SA Left Hand Tactical Stock Inletted for CDI Precision by Choate
Choate Remingtion 700 BDL Short Action Tactical Stock Choate Remingtion 700 BDL Short Action Tactical Stock Choate Remingtion 700 BDL Short Action Tactical Stock
 
(2 reviews)  

SKU
Choate 25-01-12
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 a bipod adapter under the forend. Bipod adapter is included.
 
The CDI Precision DBM Triggerguard is a heavy duty guard that allows quick loading/unloading utilizing a time proven Paddle style mag release.  Made from Aircraft grade Aluminum and hardcoat anodized black.   Uses Accuracy International (AI) magazines.
 
This stock is for Remington 700 Short Action Left Hand rifles with action screw spacing of 6.500".
 
CDI Precision DBM and magazines NOT included. 
 
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Average customer rating:
 
(2 reviews)  



2 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Dan N
Nov 2, 2018
the barrel is supposed to be free floated, with plenty of space to get a rag underneath it to clean. You really don't need a gunsmith to shorten an action screw. A shop vise and a file... done. :o
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Jim Staib
Jan 30, 2017
I mounted my barrel in the stock and thought the stock was a reject. The stock does not follow the contour of the barrel. I looked and could not find a photo of the stock with a barrel mounted in it. At the forward end of the stock there is at least an eighth inch gap between the barrel and the stock. The literature says it is for changing barrels easily. Looks like it would get brush caught in there and just like a poor design. I wanted to take it out and try it before totally giving up on it. Unfortunately the rear factory screw is too long and stops the bolt from opening. Ten day wait for my gunsmith to make a proper length screw and blue the end.

Advantages: Grip is more vertical than stock and feels better.

Disadvantages: Everything else.
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