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    I have a Savage 99E in .308 winchester, with the Rotary magazine.I bought it as a beater gun fairly cheap from a old boss of mine quite a while back.I believe it might have been built in the 70's.What Im wondering is if anybody knows if they make a replacement stock for these .It has a crack from the butt up about 4 inches long.Wood or fiberglass would be fine.The stock on it now is to me a very ugly looking yellowy color wood.Dont no what type it is.Any help would be appreciated...

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    Dan,
    Go to 24 hour campfire and check the Savage collectors forum.....a good bunch of knowledgeable savage guys.....

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    I've replaced or upgraded several Savage 99 rifle stocks over the years with 95% inlets from Fajen. This link takes you to the Fajen listings at GunAccesories.com. GA lists a bunch of other replacement gunstock makers as well, so I'm betting you'll find what you want with one of them, if not several. I only know the Fajen (and my info is old), but I have always been very happy with their products in the past.

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    I got a 99 stock from these guys a couple of years back.

    www.boydsgunstocks.com

    I have to agree, that 99E stock is one ugly piece of work with its impressed checkering and beech wood.
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    Ha! You beat me to it ak257. I checked with a friend who has done a 99 recently, and just got his email recommending Boyds. My friend is both demanding and skilled, and he expressed a lot of enthusiasm for Boyd's. Come to think if it, I've got a 99C in 284 with a pretty ugly stock. I'd never dumpt the original in spite of its impressed checkering, but I'd sure be happier if I also had a better stock for it.

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