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Good day
I may be in need of a new stock for the xp100 I am building. My gunsmith thought he could build up the one I won last year but now is not sure if it will work and if he has time. I am needing a very wide forend because I have a very heavy barrel going into it. Any ideas where there might be one already built???
Thanks for now
Mike

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Aaron on here makes a quality one from what I've been told... There is also McMillan for fiberglass or if you want it converted to a rear grip then you can go with a 7finger chassis.


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How heavy of a contour we talking here?

I have one of Aaron's stocks. My barrel is a Bartlein #4 that started life as a 29" blank.

It has a 1" neck just ahead of the 1.200" breach, then tapers to ~0.880" or so at the muzzle brake junction.

I'm pretty sure his stock will take up to a heavy varmint contour.

I'm aware of a couple XP's on here that have barrels close to, or at, 1" at the muzzle.


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My mcmillans will take a 1" barrel
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I left my barrel as a bull barrel and it measures 1.25".
I called McMillans and they said they didn't make a wide forend pistol stock.
I'll try and send Aaron a message.
Mike


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Mike, This might be kind of a long shot but stocks are a tough item and seem to take the longest. If you don't mind a wood laminate this guy has fast turn around and very reasonable prices. Glenn tipped me off to him. They are $225 bedded to your action but unfinished on the outside. Semi finished is $125. I had mine back in a couple weeks after I sent him my barreled action. Russo is sky high and most of the time won't even quote a delivery time. Being on the north side of the border might make it difficult. Good luck!!

http://royalarmsgunstocks.com/Custom-Gunstocks


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I have done "full bull" on HS varmint stocks, Brown Precision, a Russo copy of the HS stock as well as Aaron's stock. Have not done full 1.25" on McMillan newer style stock. I have on the older McMillan style stock. These are centergrip style. The rear grip are much easier to do full bull but I prefer centergrip! Aaron's stock is my favorite. It has a longer forearm and is really rigid and stable. I have done a full length barrel bed using Devcon on the slimmer forearms and they still shoot very well NOT free floated!

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The McMillan's will do a 1.250 barrel channel. My last build I ordered a Mcmillan with a 1.250" straight Barrel channel. My barrel is 1.125 which allows it to be free floated but there is still room in the stock. My next build will have a 1.200" bull barrel and will most likely sit in another McMillan. I spoke with Aaron about getting one of his stocks (he came up for my February silhouette match) and he told me he was about a year out. He makes a nice stock at a good price if you can wait. He also said it would get pretty thin on his stock with a 1.200" barrel.

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The McMillan will take a 1.2" tube. My XP has a Lilja fluted bbl that measures just over 1.2", I think it's actually 1.210" just ahead of the fore end.



Aaron ' s stocks will take a similar profile. I had one of his on my .300 WSM......

 
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Aye Mike,
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