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Remington 788 stock

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by hoosierdad, Apr 14, 2012.

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  1. hoosierdad

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    Looking for a short action stock for a 788 project. I prefer a custom ex: Fajen or Bishop but would also be interested in a factory stock.Standard barrel channel. Thanks
     
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    Just an fyi...only think there ever was but one size 788 stock as it was never chambered for anything longer than 308 so you should be good
     
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    788's were chambered in 6mm which is longer than 308. Also the stock for a 222 is different than other short action stocks.
     
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    Thanks XP...love those old 788's..have a couple in not very commonly seen calibers and they both are tackdrivers
     
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