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    Hello,

    I am planning on refinishing a stock on a 1988 Remington 700 Classic in 35 Whelen, in addition i am also considering purchasing a new Bell and Carlson stock for it. My question is what model (BDL, ADL, CDL) is this gun. I believe a BDL, but internet searches have come up short and I cannot find the associated measurements to match the new stock to the rifle.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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    It is a BDL. It has a hinged floor plate.
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    Thanks, I pick it up tomorrow btw, very excited.

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    BDL and CDL have hinged bottom mettle, ADL does not . . . BDL and ADL are only different in looks, best way to tell is BDLs are always high gloss finish and CDL is satin finish.

    I wouldn't do a B&C stock, they are a pain to fit well and real flexible . . . spend the bucks for a quality stock up front.
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