Savage MK II replacement stock?

cro789

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Dec 20, 2008
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I did a search for a stock tp replace the plastic one that comes on it but was unable to find any thing. Boyd dod offer a tactical stock but unable to find on they web site. Any suggestions
 
Dec 21, 2012
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I bought the Boyd's tacticool from stock and bottom metal as a package from DIP for 186 shipped. I should have done that upgrade a long time ago.
 
Jul 15, 2010
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I should have mentioned that I have a Tacticool stock on my FVSR and have been very pleased with it. It is so much better than the plastic stock the rifles ship with and more closely resembles traditional tactical stocks from the big names.
 
Jun 13, 2008
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I have a suggestion. I have a Fred Moreo Match Target stock, in camo laminate. It's an awesome stock, but I no longer have that rifle.

Fred has been a ridiculous wait for years, but he did deliver a nice product.

Lemme know if you want to talk about it.
 
Aug 19, 2014
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I run the tacticool/pro varmint from Boyd’s and really like it for the money. If you’re into arts and crafts you can get a bare inletted stock (money saver) from midway for a bit less and just finish as desired. They have a really good birthday discount FYI. You will also want to replace your bottom metal with either the DIP or make your own from 1/8” aluminum. If you want something nicer manners and mcree inlet for them as well.
 

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Jul 29, 2011
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May not be your cup of tea, but there’s also the MDT LSS22. I have both an FV-SR AND A TRR-SR. The TRR is in a Boyd’s Tacticool/Pro Varmit, and it has a big gun feel to it. The LSS-22 my tensioned barrel FV-SR is in is no lighter than the Boyd’s, but it does make the gun “feel” smaller and handier.
 
Jan 1, 2018
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I have my savage in one of the leopard stocks. It’s a great stock and I’m kinda sad they aren’t making them any more. I have been thinking about switching it out recently though as my daughter likes to shoot the 93 but it's just too big for her.
 
Jun 13, 2008
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It has been my experience over the years that when a user posts a thread and does not reply or otherwise acknowledge the thread for the better part of a month, that the user is no longer even reading it.

If that was in error in your regard (as it seems to be), I apologize.

-Nate
 

mcameron

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Nov 17, 2011
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It has been my experience over the years that when a user posts a thread and does not reply or otherwise acknowledge the thread for the better part of a month, that the user is no longer even reading it.

If that was in error in your regard (as it seems to be), I apologize.

-Nate
even if OP isnt reading.....the info in the threads is still useful for other people who may be interested with the same question......or even those brave few who use the search function.
 
Jan 24, 2009
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I have a FV SR in a Boyd’s tacticool that I liked so much, I bought another. Going to put the new one in a Rigid Alloy chassis, it should ship tomorrow. Hopefully, it shoots as good as its big brother. The first one shoots less than 1/2” 5 shot group at 50yds regularly. I shot a .801” 100yd group this afternoon with it.
 
Jan 1, 2018
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Ill take the savage out in a couple weeks to see if it shoots any better, i’m not sure it could. It has been a tack driver ever since i ditched the plastic stock. I put an old vortex pst scope on it and put it in an mdt chassis.
 
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I just wish there was a better-than-factory synthetic stock in the $100-$200 range available. I just picked up an FV-SR and I'm probably going to wind up with a Pro Varmint or an AT-One.
 
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