Please take a moment to review our Tech Support Page save yourself some time and shop with confidence!!!
Will it Fit?
As you may imagine we get this question asked constantly. Simply stated, you must rely on your own observations since we do not have your gun and your new stock in front of us, but we can arm you with enough ammunition to make an informed decision, and our customers do make the right decision about 99.9% of the time, the first time, so fear not. (Frankly when they don't they usually admit they didn't read the directions.) Simply follow our simple guidelines and you will be shooting a better-than-new rifle in no time even if you've never done this before. At a fraction of the price I might add.
First off - understand that what the guy said when you bought it, or even what your neighbor said may or may not be accurate. The rifle you bought at the gun show could have been altered, or that may not be the original box. Even in this age of automation most of our products continue to be created by craftsmen, not machines. Also many firearms, even production models, have been subject to significant variations over the years. Some, in fact, most will drop right in instantly and shoot great little groups right-off, but bear in mind some may need minor adjustments to get a perfect fit. There simply is no substitute for following our simple instructions especially when it concerns something as important as your firearm!
Other than the manufacturer, exact chambering and model, you need to know 3 more things before you get started:
- Is it a long or short action?
If you have a .223, .243, 6mm, .257, .308 or similar length cartridge you most likely have a short action. Conversely, the .25-06, .270, .280, .30-06, 7mm Mag, .300 Mag, .300 RUM, 8mm Mag, .338 Mag, .375 H&H or similar you have a Long Action rifle. See the Tech Support section of this store for an illustrated discussion.
- How do you unload your magazine?
If you cannot remember, be sure it's unloaded, turn your gun over and look. Is there a Detachable Magazine, Hinged Floorplate or is it 'Blind' (solid underside)? Photos are on the Tech Support page.
- What kind of barrel does it have?
Is it a Featherweight? Standard Sporter? Magnum? Sendaro? Varmint? Police? Bull Barrel? Most stocks are made for standard sporters, but there are many available for the heavier tubes as well. Need to know before stock selection as the width of the forend will vary. See Tech Support for pics and instructions.
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