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Thread: Aftermarket stock for Model 10 fcp-k w/ accustock?

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    Aftermarket stock for Model 10 fcp-k w/ accustock?

    So I ordered a model 10 fp-sr at my LGS 2 months ago. Not in yet. A model 10 fcp-k came in yesterday and they offered it to me in place of what I originally ordered. Does anyone know of a tactical style aftermarket stock that would fit the FCP-K? The FCP-K comes with the Accustock. I dont have the gun yet so I am not sure if I will even want to switch out the stock yet, but I think I will want a stock with more of a vertical grip. Also is it possible to change out the bottom metal to accept larger 10 round mags? Any info appreciated. Thanks Doug

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    When you get into stock problems is when you go to the trigger gaurd bolt release. Being a savage owner you are or will be a tinkerer. You can make it work. Trigger guard width and some possible internal inlet issues exist...but nothing a dremel cant fix. I milled .025 off of each side of a the trigger guard removed a little stamped metal and shazam.

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    If the action screws line up (4.40" centerfeed) then what is the limiting factor? If it is the bottom metal on the fcp-k that doesnt allow a stock to fit then can I put new bottom metal on?

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    Just for reference, I have a .308 FCP-K with the factory Accustock and it shoots very, very well. I took the action out of the stock after a 100 rounds, smoothed a couple of spots of contact, and torqued the stock back down following the instructions in the FAQ's here. I have thought about changing the stock out on it for a more vertical type grip, since I am primarily a pistol shooter, but I don't feel that I have to. Accuracy of my rifle has been excellent.
    Savage 10 FCP-K with Bushnell 3.5-21x50 scope, lots of SIG Pistols.

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    Any stock made for the non accustock rifle, for the 4.4 action spacing and centerfeed magazine will work on your rifle with the bottom bolt release. Worst case is you may have to do some minor dremel work.
    As someone else here mentioned, you gotta be a tinkerer to work on savages. The only limiting factor is you.

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    Thanks for the info guys. Picked up the rifle yesterday. I'm sure it will be a great shooter. I just dont like the look of the accu-stock. I will break it in and shoot it and maybe later I will change out the stock to a HS or Manners. Pulled the trigger on it a few times. Feels like one of my 1911 comp triggers. Nice.

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    Drop it right into a evolution rifle chassis.
    http://www.xlrindustries.com/evolution.html

    Top of page select "Media" to see pics of a Savage.

    I was very pleased with my fcpl-k in the Accustock until Kyle set me up with a tactical evolution chassis.
    It has the best bolt release (see in media photo) bottom metal is taken care of without the sloppy fit of an aftermarket in a composite stock.
    Best of all lets the Savage shoot sub-sub MOA consistently.
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    Just confirming the rifle will shoot OK with the Accustock. Here is one of 4 good groups from this morning. I may look in to the Evolution rifle chassis recommended by ODA 0121 as well, however.

    Joe
    Savage 10 FCP-K with Bushnell 3.5-21x50 scope, lots of SIG Pistols.

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    That's some good shooting Joe. Imagine tighter groups than that with your rifle sitting in a sharp looking Evolution Chassis. I thought a chassis system would be out of reach for my budget. After checking out their website I realized I was drooling on myself. But seriously I think I will still shoot the gun as is, and squirrel away some $$ towards an Evolution. Thanks alot ODA for the heads up. Got any pics of your rifle in the Evolution? Would love to see em. Thanks again Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by local4fitter View Post
    Imagine tighter groups than that with your rifle sitting in a sharp looking Evolution Chassis.
    Just might have to do that!

    Joe
    Savage 10 FCP-K with Bushnell 3.5-21x50 scope, lots of SIG Pistols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODA 0121 View Post
    Drop it right into a evolution rifle chassis.
    http://www.xlrindustries.com/evolution.html

    Top of page select "Media" to see pics of a Savage.

    I was very pleased with my fcpl-k in the Accustock until Kyle set me up with a tactical evolution chassis.
    It has the best bolt release (see in media photo) bottom metal is taken care of without the sloppy fit of an aftermarket in a composite stock.
    Best of all lets the Savage shoot sub-sub MOA consistently.
    Just placed my order today, with the folder, in green, only 8 week wait. Not needed, just like the AR style stock with the pistol grip and folder better than the traditional hunting rifle stock that came with the rifle.

    Joe
    Savage 10 FCP-K with Bushnell 3.5-21x50 scope, lots of SIG Pistols.

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    [QUOTE=Joe L;182531]Just placed my order today, with the folder, in green, only 8 week wait. Not needed, just like the AR style stock with the pistol grip and folder better than the traditional hunting rifle stock that came with the rifle.

    Joe[/QUOTE.
    What was the final price for the stock?

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    Around $900. I got some other stuff with the total order so I didn't break out just the stock.
    Savage 10 FCP-K with Bushnell 3.5-21x50 scope, lots of SIG Pistols.

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    Let us know how you like it. I just ordered a kydex cheek rest for my fcp-k. Haven't shot it yet. Need scope.

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    I recieved and installed my kydex cheek piece from TacPro. Still haven't shot the gun. I used the kit that comes with a flat piece of kydex with the slots in it and the hardware kit. Just heat and form for half the price. It makes the accu-stock much more comfortable when taking a sight picture. It raised my line of sight 3/4". I have a good cheek weld now rather than a mediocre jaw weld.

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