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    It's rounded. Here's some more shots so you have a better idea how it's shaped.





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    Looks like it'll take a Harris bipod nicely. Thanks for the pics.

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    ...that's definitely a different forearm than the rimfire Tacticool...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoilerUP View Post
    ...that's definitely a different forearm than the rimfire Tacticool...
    And likely a deal breaker for me.

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    i think its a awsome stock
    ill be ordering one soon lol
    Stevens M 200 LA CF 30-06
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    My names Dillon BTW.

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    Well, I ordered one. Don't know which gun it's going on but I ordered one..

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    Has anyone gotten a Tacticool center fire stock for a long action savage? I'm interested in one but Boyd’s only list factory barrel channel for the long action on there web site. I'm worried there won't be enough wood left after opening it up for a varmint barrel. If anyone has used a long action with a varmint contour barrel I would appreciate any info on how it fit after opening the channel up. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanhagerty View Post
    The barrel channel can be opened up with a barrel channel tool from gunline tools in about an hour.


    http://www.gunline.com/inletting.html
    Anyone know what happened to Gunline tools? The website at the above link is empty and I also went to Midway, used to have their products, comes up empty now!

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    No way. I love those guys.

    Same for me. I hate it for them. I hope all is well.

    Sean

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    If you have a router or a mill, you can use core box bits to do barrel inlets with. They are basically half round bits.
    Magnate 812, and Magnate 814 are the ones I use. If you use a router, you have to make a guide so it follows centerline of your stock.

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    tag

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    I got two stocks from Boyds for my mod 12 BVSS 308 4.4 centerfeed
    1. The Varminter
    2. the Tacticool

    Drop in fit on both was superb

    I sold the Varminter stock as the reach to the trigger was uncomfortably too far a reach, sadly, as it was a beautiful stock.

    I had the tacticool bedded and she shoots like a dream.

    It is laminated wood, and the recoil pad is fitted with two screws !

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    if you dont have a router & a jig
    you can open up a stock in about 30 min with a deep impact socket wrapped in 50grit-
    I use a 9/16 with the 50 grit
    then switch to a 5/8 with 220
    this opens it up enough to free float a varmit countour
    or about 1' at tip of channel

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    i had to open mine up for a varmint barrel i used a 3/4 pvc pipe wraped with sticky sandpaper worked great

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    What color laminate is under the black paint?

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