WTB Stock or Chassis for Tikka CTR in 308 that accepts CTR Mags

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Sergeant
Jan 7, 2014
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Looking for an aftermarket Tikka CTR stock or chassis that accepts Tikka CTR mags and CTR bottom metal. Must be in decent shape and serviceable and functional.

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milanuk

F'ing nuke
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If you get ahold of the KRG guys on the forum here, I think they've said a few different times that it's not too tough to have someone with some metalworking skillz open their Bravo chassis a fuzz to take CTR rather than AICS mags - basically I think it comes down to the CTR mags being more squarish and less trapezoidal in shape than the AICS mags. Also I think they said you need to change out the mag catch for a TRG one, due to the AICS having a nub that sticks out vs. a pocket like on the CTR/ TRG style mags. Given that the Bravo is pretty inexpensive to start off with and can grow as needed/desired... it might be an option for ya (y)
 
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Sergeant
Jan 7, 2014
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Chassis wise, not too many are setup to run the ctr mags. Manners does some of their stocks for the ctr mags(I just traded one). Why do you want to stick to the ctr mags?
I've read several posts that the CTR mags run more smoothly, others have been prone to hiccups, and don't want to purchase different mags if I have one that the rifle is designed to work with to begin with primarily.
 
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I would say if you want to go chassis, switch to AI mags now. If you dont mind a stock like manners or McMillan than you can stay ctr mags. I had a ctr with a manners t6a ctr inlet and ended up selling it and getting a mpa chassis. I know some guys like the ctr mags for longer oal on their reloads.
 
Jan 7, 2014
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I would say if you want to go chassis, switch to AI mags now. If you dont mind a stock like manners or McMillan than you can stay ctr mags. I had a ctr with a manners t6a ctr inlet and ended up selling it and getting a mpa chassis. I know some guys like the ctr mags for longer oal on their reloads.
There are some other options for stocks and chassis systems that allow the use of the CTR mags such as McRee and Bell & Carlson. I'd really like to utilize a chassis system but the options are limited in that regard if you want to use CTR mags.