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RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS #14547898 02/06/20
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This came off a right handed Faux Ti I bought from Oregonmuley.

He painted it tan with black speckles. I think it looks great with a stainless action and barrel.

As you can see it was nicely bedded for a Remington 700 short action. It might be snug on your SA700 too if you have a standard recoil lug.

$250. Not interested in trades, thanks. Check or USPS money order, thanks.

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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: TexasPhotog] #14548238 02/06/20
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LOP? powdr

Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: TexasPhotog] #14548373 02/07/20
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Nice stock!


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: TexasPhotog] #14548514 02/07/20
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Barrel channel still Mt. rifle’ish contour?


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: powdr] #14549034 02/07/20
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Originally Posted by powdr
LOP? powdr


Standard Remington LOP - 13.5" by my tape measure.


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Originally Posted by Gansettx
Barrel channel still Mt. rifle’ish contour?


Yes sir.


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: Hammerdown] #14549039 02/07/20
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Originally Posted by Hammerdown
Nice stock!



Thanks! Someone will enjoy it!


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Still have the pressure points in the front or free floated?


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: jdunham] #14549468 02/07/20
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All the work done on that stock - the paint and the bedding was all done by Eddie Fosnaugh @ Fosnaugh Customs. As you can see in the pics - Eddie does really nice bedding. I've had probably a dozen or more of these stocks and this was probably the nicest one.

Bump for a nice stock!


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Originally Posted by jdunham
Still have the pressure points in the front or free floated?


There are two small pressure points in the front end. The buy can easily remove them if desired.


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: Oregonmuley] #14549550 02/07/20
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Originally Posted by Oregonmuley
All the work done on that stock - the paint and the bedding was all done by Eddie Fosnaugh @ Fosnaugh Customs. As you can see in the pics - Eddie does really nice bedding. I've had probably a dozen or more of these stocks and this was probably the nicest one.

Bump for a nice stock!


Thank you sir.

By the way, Oregonmuley's a great guy to deal with.


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Are these "thick" in the wrist and forend like the current BC's or are they thinner?


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Originally Posted by dave284
Are these "thick" in the wrist and forend like the current BC's or are they thinner?


I have no idea what the current BC's are like so I can't compare them.


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Bump for a good seller and really nice looking stock.


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Originally Posted by TexasPhotog
Originally Posted by dave284
Are these "thick" in the wrist and forend like the current BC's or are they thinner?


I have no idea what the current BC's are like so I can't compare them.


Hope you don't mind my chiming in on this. The stock came off one of the Gander Mtn Guide rifles that was a special run, they also built them for Cabelas but where a blued rifle. These where the same stocks that where on the original 1st Gen Ti rifles. All the original factory stocks I've handled where not as thick as the ones you could buy from Midway or Stockys - had some of each and all where not nearly as nice as the factory ones. Plus the earlier ones just seemed much better quality - this one is. I'd gladly take this one back if I had a Mtn rifle to drop in it.


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What’s it weigh?

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Originally Posted by OSU_Sig
Bump for a good seller and really nice looking stock.


Thank you sir!


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: Oregonmuley] #14554379 02/08/20
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Originally Posted by Oregonmuley
Originally Posted by TexasPhotog
Originally Posted by dave284
Are these "thick" in the wrist and forend like the current BC's or are they thinner?


I have no idea what the current BC's are like so I can't compare them.


Hope you don't mind my chiming in on this. The stock came off one of the Gander Mtn Guide rifles that was a special run, they also built them for Cabelas but where a blued rifle. These where the same stocks that where on the original 1st Gen Ti rifles. All the original factory stocks I've handled where not as thick as the ones you could buy from Midway or Stockys - had some of each and all where not nearly as nice as the factory ones. Plus the earlier ones just seemed much better quality - this one is. I'd gladly take this one back if I had a Mtn rifle to drop in it.



Thanks for that info!


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Re: RH Rem. Ti SA stock FS [Re: joshf303] #14554402 02/08/20
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Originally Posted by joshf303
What’s it weigh?


I'm not sure. The only scale in the house is my powder scale.

I'll try to find one and let you know.

I have a McMillan standard fill Sako pattern with a 14" LOP. This Ti stock seems to weigh a bit less than that.


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