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diametrik 7
08-15-2007, 4:35 PM
Looking for a thumbhole stock with cheekrest that fits Remington 7400 or similiar.. What have you got ?

diametrik 7
08-20-2007, 10:02 PM
Does anybody know who makes thumbhole stocks for Remington 7400 or similiar ?:confused:

joel1316
08-21-2007, 7:20 AM
Isn't the 7400 a semi auto that accepts detachable mags?
If I'm not mistaken, a thumbhole is a no-go in CA...

chiefcrash
08-21-2007, 7:49 AM
Does anybody know who makes thumbhole stocks for Remington 7400 or similiar ?:confused:

http://www.gunstocksinc.com/web%20pages/indexcT_copy(2).html <- bottom of the page

http://www.remington7400.com/index.php <- about halfway down the page

Keep in mind, this would be illegal on a semi-auto gun with a detachable magazine...

diametrik 7
08-21-2007, 8:41 AM
http://www.gunstocksinc.com/web%20pages/indexcT_copy(2).html <- bottom of the page

http://www.remington7400.com/index.php <- about halfway down the page

Keep in mind, this would be illegal on a semi-auto gun with a detachable magazine...

Thanks for the Great Info, exactly what I am looking for..
You are correct, Remington 7400 is Semi Auto with Removeable Mag..
Was not aware of legality issue, so a Ruger 10/22 with a thumbhole stock is also illegal in Kalifornia now... Always thought these were just target rifle type stocks, not "assault weapon"..
Intended weapon for thumbhole stock is actually an old Remington 760 Gamemaster which is a slide action, probably still legal here in Kalifornia ?

CSDGuy
08-21-2007, 9:17 AM
If the Remington 760 is NOT a semi-automatic, and is a pump action, the thumbhole stock problem shouldn't be one...

joel1316
08-21-2007, 9:31 AM
If the rifle is a pump action, then you are good to go with the thumbhole.

22's are specified as a rimfire and can just about have any evil feature....

diametrik 7
08-21-2007, 9:48 AM
So does the same rule apply to a pistol grip stock ?:confused:
I think I might be beating the dead horse here, but does this rule apply to say a Remington 7400 because of the removeable magazine ? Absolutely no pistol grip stock either? :beatdeadhorse5: