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I have a Savage 110 7mm bolt action and was considering changing out the factory synthetic stock with a thumbhole style stock. Any suggestions on where I could find something like that? Personally I like the look of a thumbhole stock, however, if anyone has any other insights (good or bad) please share.



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I have never liked the grip angle on a thumbhole stock.
- Choate makes a decent one, more of a pistol grip http://www.riflestock.com/
- I believe Bell & Carlson, and McMillian also make them, just out of my price point

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Thanks Jason, I hear ya, looked at the McMillan and for that price point I can have another rifle :)

I'll just continue to practice/use what I got and all will be good. I was going more for the aesthetics anyway, so from a functionality stand point if they are not that great then there is no need.

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Function can be very nice, i just never cared for it myself.

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Here ya go and you get to choose your color too.
http://www.boydsguns...tevens-s/36.htm

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I picked up a Remington 700 in .260 with a McMillian stock and I like it a lot. It is definitely made for someone with large hands so keep that in mind when looking for the right stock.

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View PostMOUNTAIN WILLIAM, on 29 September 2011 - 12:01 AM, said:

Here ya go and you get to choose your color too.
http://www.boydsguns...tevens-s/36.htm
Ditto Mountain William!

I got a Boyd's Laminated in "Pepper" (grey and charcol) for a Ruger M77 in .223 and love it! About $100s. Very nice, but even though I got the "featherwieght" model, @~2.3#s it's a little heavier than the factory "paddle stock" the rifle came with.

I got this one: http://www.boydsguns...-Ruger-s/41.htm

Very happy with it!

UNGH.

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You can't go wrong with Boyds stocks. They put out a great product.





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