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Old 05-29-2010, 10:04 AM
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Thinking of getting a Savage Model 10, but I've heard that their factory stocks aren't so great. Any suggestions on an aftermarket stock?
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Well of course ill say http://www.mcmfamily.com/mcmillan-st...ck-list.php#a4

But they cost a good bit.

Not sure of your optic but it may be more help to get a very nice scope rather then stock if you dont have one already.

The single best improvement you could make IMO would be a hand load crafted just for your gun.

Here is the best deal on a quality savage stock IMO
http://www.stockysstocks.com/servlet...ertical/Detail

No personal experiance with these on a savage so I Dont know just what to expect. Research everything for yourself and let us know how it turns out.
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Thinking of getting a Savage Model 10, but I've heard that their factory stocks aren't so great. Any suggestions on an aftermarket stock?
They are great guns, I think it is a fine choice. I think these stocks are also very good..

http://www.ultimatesniper.com/catalo...5&NewProduct=0
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Thats everybody. The main reason I ask is because I figure if the factory stocks are ****e then my accuracy will go down the tube. I have Weaver V9 scope that I figure will work for now. Anyways thanks everybody I appreciate it.
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Then just by a better quality--different model of Savage rifle that includes the Accustock--Hell of a lot cheaper then buying a rifle and a new stock, by far...

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Model 10, 111 and 16 have the Accustock and the Model 10 Law Enforcement has H&S, Choate and McMillan stocks
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If you want laminate or wood, you might check with www.rifle-stocks.com. I've bought a lot of stocks from him over the years. I especially like his prices on the exhibition grade walnut. The stocks are very good quality, though you can end up with a long wait if he isn't set up for making that particular model at the time. These are rough stocks that need final fitting, sanding and finishing.
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