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Who makes a drop in composite center grip stock for a XP100R? Im thinking of putting my 260 in one and moving away from the rear grip. Do y’all find the center grip easier to shoot well and have better trigger control? Thanks!

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Check with Jim at: Rockwell Products Stocks and Grips

He should have what you're looking for.
 
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Does anyone make a composite one?
 
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Sorry I didn't see composite in your write up. Try McMillan . You may have to call them to get the information you need.
 
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McMillian makes a center grip stock but the delivery time is ridiculous. Also you will need an XP100 trigger, linkage and recoil lug as your receiver will now be a single shot. In my humble opinion your would be FAR better off if you just purchased one of the Nosler Independence Handguns which go for around $1,500.00 dollars. This would get you what you want with the least hassle and cost in the long run and I think you would end up with a much more accurate gun in the end. I'm confident you could sell your rear grip XP00R with no problem. 2cents
 
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The factory XP-100R stock is made by McMillan. Like PA. Mike said, if you want a center grip start with a center grip XP-100 and go from there. As far as composite stocks go order a McMillan or look for a used HS Precision since they are no longer made.

Rick
 
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