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Old 02-11-2014, 4:32 PM
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Default Savage 116 Trophy Huter XP Stock

I have been looking up and down for a stock for my Savage 116 Trophy Hunter XP. Looks like there has been some changes on the Savages and I cant seem to find one that will work with my gun. Long Action .300 Win Center Feed, Bolt release at the trigger guard. Presently have a stock barrel but plan to upgrade to a aftermarket magnum or "bull style barrel" for long distance target shooting. Unfortunately this is a beautiful gun minus the shady polymer flimsy stock. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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Have you looked at Boyd's? Also look directly at Bell and Carlson.
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I looked at Boyd's and I like the Tacticool Stock but you have to replace the trigger guard to metal to use is. I would be up for that but can not locate the trigger guard in metal that directly replaces my model with the bolt release down on the guard. Bell and Carlson doesn't seem to build a stock for the long action Savage 116. I think Houge may have on I can use. Not a big fan of the style but really want some rigidity and they offer a full aluminum bed block as an option for a reasonable stock. I need to do a little more research on it but may be my only option without spending 3X what the riffle cost for a custom one off stock...
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Don't know what you are looking to spend, but it appears McMillan offers their A5 for a centerfeed Savage action, although I am unsure as to whether or not it is applicable to your particular rifle. Was the first one I looked at on their site, they may have other options.
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I put a Choate on my short action savage. Bottom metal, bottom bolt release and stock mag fit great. Stock is a bit heavy though.

http://www.riflestock.com/store/do/product/25-06-14
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