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Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... #170745 05/26/2016 2:37 AM
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With a full length bedding block.

Arrived at my house looking like this:



But, after an hour in my Cave, it looked like this:





It "was" a Choate Ultimate Varmint Rifle Stock with full length bedding block. Now, it is a Specialty Pistol stock for my current build.

Action should be here next week. Barrel, trigger, base, rings, and scope are already acquired.

That stock was only $200. Not bad. But, it definitely is a BEAST!! Heavy (nice for recoil) and long (barrel will have to be 15" min to clear forend)!

Coming along nicely.


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Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Zee] #170765 05/27/2016 12:19 AM
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A lot of guys cut those for ends back

Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Hoggin] #170768 05/27/2016 1:03 AM
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Yeah, but I actually want it that long. This one is not going to be a compact lightweight. I have that with other SPs. This one is planned for more bench work or static hunting.

I may even set it up for night work. Haven't fully decided yet.


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Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Zee] #170769 05/27/2016 4:10 AM
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 Originally Posted By: Zee
I may even set it up for night work.

I think my heart may have skipped a few beats
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Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Ernie] #170771 05/27/2016 11:34 AM
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Just depends if all pieces parts are compatible with a pistol scope.


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Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Zee] #170772 05/27/2016 2:26 PM
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Hmmm...


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Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Ernie] #170781 05/27/2016 8:20 PM
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Most clip on will work with handgun scopes. Just may need to have some delrin adapters made

Re: Cheapest Specialty Pistol Stock I'll ever get..... [Re: Hoggin] #170783 05/27/2016 8:42 PM
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Concerned about the distance between a pistol scope objective and a forward mounted device. And how easy it will be to see when not operating at rifle scope eye relief.

Nothing to do but try it out, I guess.


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