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Old 12-08-2010, 3:27 PM
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Default Detachable box magazine floorplate for Remington 700 SPS

I just picked up my Remington 700 SPS tactical and was wondering if I could replace the floorplate with a detachable box magazine?

Any suggestions?
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Old 12-08-2010, 3:28 PM
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Of course you can!

Here you go:

http://www.midwayusa.com/viewproduct...tnumber=618291

and there are other brands as well.
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Yes you can, i used the Wyatt Detachable Mag system, dropped right in, just torqued to spec and your good to go. No failures at all. You can find them on stockystocks.
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Old 12-08-2010, 5:50 PM
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The most popular detachable box mag is the Badger M4 with AICS mags.
However to install the badger dbm you will need to have the stock inletted by a competent gunsmith.

I haven't used the CDI or Wyatt's but from the guys I have talked to they pretty much have switched to either the Badger M5 or R&D's bottom metal.
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If you are ready to spend $250 on the DBM setup, why not spend a bit more to get AICS stock or XLR Industries
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do they make detachable mag floor plates for the 7mm mag version?
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Surgeon rifles makes one too

It sayd you don't need a new stock to install it but it may require a gunsmith to do it.

http://www.surgeonrifles.com/product...product_id=154
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If you are ready to spend $250 on the DBM setup, why not spend a bit more to get AICS stock or XLR Industries
1.) Some people prefer other stocks
2.) Expensive
3.) Weight of stock

I have an AICS 2.0 in black and loving it
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If you are ready to spend $250 on the DBM setup, why not spend a bit more to get AICS stock or XLR Industries

250 Wyatts Vs 800 AIC or 1000 AIC 2.0?



But go with the wyatts. It's a direct drop in for the BDL design I think.
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Old 12-09-2010, 12:46 AM
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Maybe the OP later would want block bedding/free float barrel, and adjustable stock...

Just pointing out options, because incremental upgrade will cost more money.

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250 Wyatts Vs 800 AIC or 1000 AIC 2.0?



But go with the wyatts. It's a direct drop in for the BDL design I think.
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Old 12-09-2010, 10:22 AM
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Maybe the OP later would want block bedding/free float barrel, and adjustable stock...

Just pointing out options, because incremental upgrade will cost more money.
I'm just being a smart a..

But yeah, if the op is going that route of upgrading stock and stuff.... AIC would be couple hundred cheaper than a MCM.

But get behind one first as you may not like the thumbhold
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