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    Marksman flashpuppy's Avatar
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    Stock for Savage SA, broke mine, FUN PICS INSIDE!

    Okay, so here is my Savage 11:



    I had it tucked away in a heavily padded Blackhawk soft case. It was gently tucked in the trunk of my wifes car. All was fine until this:



    Yeah, that didn't work out so well.

    Looking for a new stock now. What do you guys like for target stocks? Dedicated target rifle only. Need something contoured for a Varmint barrel. Seeing as I broke the heck out of the trigger guard, I'm thinking of upgrading to the CDI dbm system.

    Suggestions?

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    I hope all are OK after that.

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    That's what happens when you use those flimsy new-fangled polymer stocks!

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    I have a Boyd's on my Savage MKII 22lr, it's the tacticool stock, I really like it. They have it for the model 11, I do believe it will work with the detachable mag bottom.


    Boyds: TACTICOOL SAVAGEŽ 11 BLIND MAG SHORT ACTION STAGGERED FEED BULL BARREL CHANNEL LAMINATE STOCK W/BLACK TEXTURED FINISH TactiCool


    I hope your wife is ok, that doesn't look like it was much fun!

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    I would second that.
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    Edit for clarification - I was driving, not the missus. I'm doin well enough, just a lil sore today. Only material damages and all the things that really count are okay.

    I do like that Boyds stock. Time to start shopping.

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    Glad your ok! As for the Stock check out the Boyd's I plan on getting one for my Model10.
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    Also if your wanting to do AI mags, AICS has a stock in production for the Savage rifle. I ordered one in February for my savage 10, but its no where near the Boyd's price.
    "You don't have to spend a fortune to play the game, but you do have to spend your money wisely"

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    not knowing exactly where all the excessive forces were applied, I'd scrap the entire thing and let insurance buy you a new one. Then again, if you like shooting around corners... LOL

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