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Savage LA Ultimate Sniper Stock by Choate

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Mark D
Nov 16, 2017
Fantastic stock. A little heavy but it takes quite a bit of the recoil making my 7mm Mag Savage a lot more comfortable to shoot.
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Jeff W
Jul 18, 2019
Nice stock fit was easy and perfect. Had a question after I received it and Lisa was super helpful. Have a few more items in near future to get and I'll definitely be dealing with tactical works again. I really wish choate made this in a different color, desert tan or black but after looking at choates website I believe they are probably discontinuing this stock and replacing it with the varmit and tactical. Still a nice stock for the price.

Advantages: Great fit and mounting

Disadvantages: Didn't care for olive drab color, but spray paint fixed that
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Robert K
Jul 11, 2020
Very pleased!!! Thank you for the Super fast processing time! She's all dressed and ready to go...

Advantages: Construction is rugged and simple. Cannot break or corrode. Very aggressive stippling on grip and fore arm is awesome. I appreciate the amount of adjustment possible with this stock. Length of pull and cheek riser and the adjustable tbar up front really gives you alot of flexibility with shooting position.
along with the semi-flat od green color and black hardware it won't be noticed unless called upon also grip storage is nice and let's call an Ace an Ace and say it's a way cool looking stock and I could afford it!!

Disadvantages: Heavy. But I knew that..really I need the weight I'm trying to tame a 300 win mag. Sharp edges need a little finishing with sand paper or a deburring tool.and removing the mold lines in the plastic takes a little time. It's not needed I just get irritated looking at em.
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