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    I have a Savage model 16 in .308 with the accutrigger. The molded stock is cheap and inacurate. Can I get the new Accustock seperately as an aftermarket stock?

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    Customer service: 800-370-0708

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    Anybody have good results with another brand of stock for a savage? full aluminum bedding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skagway View Post
    Anybody have good results with another brand of stock for a savage? full aluminum bedding?
    You'll not do better than McMillan nor find a better value IMO. There are other stock makers available; some are very good, some less so and some are plain junk. IME aluminum bedding blocks are an unnecessary gimmick if the stock is properly bedded. I suppose an aluminum bedding block may be among the better choices for poorly bedded rifles. Obviously YMMV.
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    I had a full length aluminum block Hogue for my RUM. It did fine but was replaced with a McMillan Edge Hunter last August. The Edge feels and point better, it is of course a lot lighter. Groups did not change for better or worse but my comfort was improved enough to warrant the cost.

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    I love my Bell and Carlson stock on my Savage 116 in 338WM. My rifle is an older model and originally came with some really cheesey stock. The Bell and Carlson just feels right for me plus the black and gray webb looks fantastic. The stock did up the weight a little from the factory stock and the whole package is right at 8 pounds but for a 338 with a fluted heavy barrel and adjustable muzzle break that can be turned off that weight doesn't seem all that bad plus the decelerator butt pad is nice.
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