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New rifle stock

I have a High Standard featherweight 30-06 with an HVA action that my dad bought new in 1962. Back in the 80s my brother over loaded some shells and split the stock. I had it fixed but it dose not look very good now. I have decided to get a new stock that has the action already cut out so that I wont mess it up as easy.Now with the history where and how dose a person get a stock for a discontinued gun that dose not cost more than the gun would if I bought it new today.

Just looking for a stock that I can trust and make look decent with out breaking the bank .:???:

Thanks James 

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I would say that you are

I would say that you are pretty much shot down on finding one that all the inletting is done for you.  You can check http://www.midwayusa.com/ but I bet that what ever you find it is going to require quite a bit of work. 

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Thanks Critter, I did find a

Thanks Critter, I did find a place on the net it is Richards gun stocks and they will cut 92% of the action specified for $25 extra, so that gives a good start on keeping the rest of the sanding straight. I thank that I will try them..

Thanks again

James 

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New Rifle Stock

YOU MIGHT TRY "NEWRIFLESTOCKS.COM".  THEY

HAVE A LOT OF DIFFERENT STOCKS.

GOOD LUCK.

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Thanks, got one on order

Thanks, got one on order yesterday from Richards. Now all I have is 6 weeks and a lot of sanding  to a new rifle. Thumbs up

James 

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