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Bell and Carlson - Remington 700 - "M5 Detachable Magazine", M40 Style - SA - Black w/Grey Spiderweb

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Product Description

  • Drop in fit for Remington 700 Short Action, varmint barrel contour
  • Replacement stock for 700 SPS Varmint, VS, LTR, VTR, SFII, P, VLS, VLSS, VSSFII, XCR, XCR Compact Tactical and XCR LR
  • Full aluminum bedding block extends from the grip to the front swivel stud, free floated barrel
  • Dual front swivel studs allow for bipod and sling attachment
  • 1-inch Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad - accommodates all aftermarket oversized recoil lugs
  • 14" Length of Pull
  • 31.75" overall stock length 
  • 2.025" forearm width
  • Approximately 2.5 lbs
  • #1005 Aluminum Bedding Block
    • Set up and cast in place with web thickness (Pillar Height) of Front: .735" +0/-.010" and Rear: 1.085" +0/-.010"
    • Slightly longer pillar height also ensure assembled components do not yield web thickness shorter than manufacturers suggestion of .720" & 1.070"
    • Slightly longer pillar height can be adjusted shorter if necessary
  • Recommended Detachable Mag Housings:
    • Badger Ordnance #306-82 and American Precision Arms #RTG/SA
    • Both of the above come with documentation, action screws, & aluminum pillars (not needed with the #2015 stock due to aluminum chassis already present) set at front web thickness of .720" and rear web thickness of 1.070"

*NOTE: There are other manufacturers of quality detachable magazine housings. It is up to you to ensure that it is compatible with the "M5" footprint.

  • Recommended Magazines:
    • Accuracy International (Al), 5 round #3901 or 10 round #3902
    • Accurate Mag, 5 round #00100-0007 or 10 round #00100-0009
  • Common issues associated with aftermarket detachable magazine housings and magazines. Consult a gunsmith if you have reservations on fitting the components together.
    • Some magazine housing latches vary. This effects where the magazine sets and how rounds are picked up.
    • Magazine lips can and often do need to be adjusted or massaged for proper feed/operation
    • Supplied action screws often require the person assembling the components to cut the screws to length. Be careful that your cut threads are dressed properly so not to disrupt the action threads