Sniper Country Duty Roster collective wisdom
Stocks - Choate:
Has anyone had any experience using the Choate "Ultimate Sniper"
stock designed by Major Plaster? I currently have a Rem. 700 VS fitted
with a Shilen trigger and a Leupold 10X Mk.IV. I am considering purchasing
one of these stocks for this rifle and would like to hear about any experience
using it from others. Also my condolences to Mrs. Hathcock, we lost a great
man and it was and honer to have met him in the past.
Rick I. <Sundance@Bikerider.com>
Disputanta, Virginia, USA - Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 02:47:13 (ZULU)
I got a choate stock about a year ago and I like it.I am using it
on a 7mm rem mag savage. The stock is a bit heavy at just under 6lbs. Its
very stable in the prone with a bipond. It has a very nice bedding block.
Its easy to customize the hand grip to fit you.The recoil pad is to hard
but can be replaced with a softer one.Fit and finsh is fair, you may need
to do a little triming.If you are not thinging of using camo on the end
of the stock you should look at choates varmint stock.Its little lighter
and doesnt have the long funney looking forend.It should work a little
better with sand bags and a rest than the sniper stock does.
New Castle , DE, USA - Sunday, February 28, 1999 at 22:03:40 (ZULU)
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